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hy·dro·lyze

(hī'drō-līz),
To subject to hydrolysis.

hydrolyze

[hī′drōlīz]
Etymology: Gk, hydor, water, lysis, loosening
1 to cause or bring about hydrolysis.
2 to cause a substance to split into component parts by the addition of water.

hydrolyze

(hī′drō-līz)
To cause to undergo hydrolysis.

hydrolyze

to performance hydrolysis.
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Enzymatically hydrolyzable protein and carbohydrate sedimentary pools as indicators of the trophic state of detritus sink systems: a case study in a Mediterranean coastal lagoon.
Further purification using two-step semipreparative HPLC resulted in three pure hydrolyzable tannins--penta-, hexa-, and hepta-O-galloylglucose--with antibacterial activity, as was determined by agar spot and critical dilution assays.
To simulate the changes in detrital biomass, enzyme hydrolyzable amino acids (EHAA), and growth potentials during degradation, a computer model was constructed using the STELLA[R] software package.
Is there any detrimental effect when a chestnut hydrolyzable tannins extract is included in the diet of finishing lambs?
Although shellfish consistently digest and absorb the bulk of ingested chlorophyll-rich organics (Hawkins et al 1986, Navarro et al 2009), only a minor fraction of the remaining nonchlorophyll organics ingested with other suspended particles may be hydrolyzable and thus bioavailable (Dauwe & Middelburg 1998, Dauwe et al 1999a, Dauwe et al 1999b, Dell'Anno et al 2000, Danovaro et al 2001, Pusceddu et al 2003).
Hydrolyzable tannins (chebulagic acid and punicalagin) target viral glycoprotein-glycosaminoglycan interactions to inhibit herpes simplex virus 1 entry and cell-to-cell spread.
A resin with silicon-containing hydrolyzable silyl groups cures in the presence of atmospheric moisture.
Organofunctional silanes are typically monomeric organosilicon compounds that contain reactive or hydrolyzable groups (usually alkoxy) on silicon and some type of organic functional group (65):
n]Y, where X represents a hydrolyzable group such as methoxy or ethoxy and Y usually represents a specific functional end group.
The most abundant polyphenols in pomegranate juice are the hydrolyzable tannins, also known as ellagitannins, which are formed when ellagic acid binds with a carbohydrate.
Key statement: A composition of matter is disclosed that comprises at least one silane coupling agent for coupling an elastomer and a filler wherein said silane comprises at least one hydrolyzable group that, upon compounding said silane with said elastomer and filler, is released to yield a compound that improves downstream processability of the compounded composition or the properties of the final rubber product or both.
For reasons of expediency, the diluent cross-linking comonomer sorbitol dimethacrylate was used in the present study even though it contained potentially hydrolyzable ester linkages.