saccharolytic


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saccharolytic

 [sak″ah-ro-lit´ik]
capable of splitting up sugar.

sac·cha·ro·lyt·ic

(sak'ă-rō-lit'ik),
Capable of hydrolyzing or otherwise breaking down a sugar molecule.
[saccharo- + G. lysis, loosening]

saccharolytic

/sac·cha·ro·lyt·ic/ (sak″ah-ro-lit´ik) capable of breaking the glycosidic bonds in saccharides.

sac·cha·ro·lyt·ic

(sak'ăr-ō-lit'ik)
Capable of hydrolyzing or otherwise breaking down a sugar molecule.
[saccharo- + G. lysis, loosening]

saccharolytic

capable of splitting up sugar.
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An understanding of the saccharolytic process and its production of nutrients also begs the question of food fortification and its necessity in a properly nourished population.
The saccharolytic enzyme activity in the supernatants was determined by hydrolyzing 4 mg of starch at 55 C for 10 minutes.
It is an aerobic, saccharolytic, non-spore forming gram-negative bacillus measuring 0.
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There has been much discussion regarding biomass pretreatment, saccharolytic processes and ethanol fermentation, but ethanol recovery from cellulosic fermented broth needs to be researched to make process cost effective.
A total of 178 saccharolytic clostridia-related bacterial strains were isolated from Colombian agricultural sources by the Bioprocesses and Bioprospecting group from the Instituto de Biotecnologia at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia (IBUN).
According to the present study more attention should be paid to the development of dietary products that seek to enhance bowel function, saccharolytic fermentation and immune stimulation in the elderly population.
7) It is now well accepted that it is important for good gut health to maintain saccharolytic fermentation rather than putrefactive fermentation in the colon.
Isolates are typically saccharolytic and ferment a variety of carbohydrate compounds but fail to hydrolyze gelatin or urea, reduce nitrate, or produce indole, lecithinase, or lipase (3).