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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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The first class is condensed tannins which are not hydrolyzed in the presence of acid, bases or appropriate enzymes, and the second class of tannins is hydrolyzable tannins which are hydrolyzed in the presence of acids, bases or appropriate enzymes to give either gallic acid or ellagic acid [3, 16-17].
Fractionation of soil organic matter of the forest Ouled Bechihd shows a dynamics of organic matter in acid with the dominance of the stable fraction (humin), and also the presence of a high relative concentration of fulvic acids suggests a mobility of easily hydrolyzable components.
Enzymatically hydrolyzable amino acids in North Sea sediments and their possible implication for sediment nutritional values.
This is due to the group chemical composition of these materials (containing humic and fulvic acids, readily hydrolyzable substances, non hydrolyzable residue, trace elements, etc.
1988] The effect of selected direct compression excipients on the stability of aspirin as a model hydrolyzable drug, Drug.
2003: Research observation: Hydrolyzable and condensed tannins in plants of northwest Spain forests.
Enzymatically hydrolyzable proteins and carbohydrate sedimentary pools as indicators of the trophic state of detritus sink systems: A case study in a Mediterranean Coastal Lagoon.
Multiple support vessels provide the ability to achieve very low levels of hydrolyzable chloride (HCC) and residual epichlorohydrin.
Tannins are typically divided into hydrolyzable tannins, which have C-O links between subunits (Figure 5), and condensed tannins, which have C-C links between subunits.
Seasonal variation in the content of hydrolyzable tannins, flavonoid glycosides, and proanthocyanidins in oak leaves.
Hennink, A new class of polymerizable dextrans with hydrolyzable groups: hydroxyethyl methacrylated dextran with and without oligolactate spacer, Polymer, 38(25), 6235-6242 (1997).
ENHANCING TANNIC ACID ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY AND ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY BY INCREASING AMOUNTS OF HYDROLYZABLE PRODUCTS 4.