amylolytic enzyme


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amylolytic enzyme

An enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of starch to sugar.
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Influence of amylolytic enzymes on efficiency of utilization, water consumption and litter condition.
The time course effect on amylolytic enzyme productivity using different lactose concentration (0-4% (w/v)), in a bioreactor, is shown in Figure 3.
The authors reported a quadratic response on animal performance when receiving exogenous enzymes and attributed improvement in performance to a greater intestinal digestibility of the starch, favored by amylolytic enzymes when passing intact through the abomasum.
Optimum production and characteristization of thermostable amylolytic enzymes from Bacillus stearothermophilus GRE1.
The endogenous amylolytic enzymes hydrolyze cooked starch to fermentable sugars for proliferation of microbes.
Exogenous amylolytic enzymes in the feeding of ruminant feeders
It is then treated with amylolytic enzymes that are approved for food manufacturing processes.
Some relationships between the protein nitrogen of barley and the production of amylolytic enzymes during malting.