fermentative


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fer·ment·a·tive

(fĕr-ment'ă-tiv),
Causing or having the ability to cause fermentation.

fermentative

(fər-mĕn′tə-tĭv)
adj.
1.
a. Causing fermentation.
b. Capable of causing or undergoing fermentation.
2. Relating to or of the nature of fermentation.

fer·ment·a·tive

(fĕr-ment'ă-tiv)
Causing or having the ability to cause fermentation.
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Fermentative quality of guineagrass silage by using fermented juice of the epiphytic lactic acid bacteria (FJLB) as a silage additive.
Thus, although it was not measured in this experiment, the extent of possible reduction in fermentative heat production as a result of dietary [beta]-mannanase may not be considerable.
2) Fermentative efficiency (%) was calculated with the results obtained after 24 hours of fermentation using juices newly extracted (0h storage time).
Ma K, Maeda T, You H & Shirai Y (2014) Open fermentative production of l-lactic acid with high optical purity by thermophilic Bacillus coagulans using excess sludge as nutrient.
The medium composition used by Nasab [20] contained 20 g/L CaCO3, with different carbon sources for fermentative production of Lysine.
Monosaccharides will subsequently enter one of the two main fermentative pathways: glycolysis or the phosphoketolase pathway [23].
Fermentative hydrogen production from biomass can be attained either by using mixed acidogenic microbial cultures or a pure culture of a saccharolytic strain.
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With this novel system, the effects of various fermentative conditions such as dilution rate, OTR and feed sugar concentrations on co-culture dynamics have been systematically investigated and will be discussed in detail.