amylolytic enzyme


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amylolytic enzyme

An enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of starch to sugar.
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Amylolytic enzymes are metalloenzymes with up to six [Ca.sup.2+] atoms at the active site whose catalytic activity can be affected by mono- and divalent metals [35].
Figure 4 shows the effects of cultivation temperature on the amylolytic enzyme production.
(2001) showed a 64.3% increase after 12 hours of incubation with regard to the in vitro degradability of starch treated with amylolytic enzymes of B.
Influence of amylolytic enzymes on efficiency of utilization, water consumption and litter condition.
Studies on marine sediments revealed Streptomyces as potential producers of amylolytic enzymes. The marine isolate produced amylase enzyme which had maximum activity at pH 9.5 and temperature of 50[degrees]C.
To achieve the first goal, the specific activity of proteolytic, cellulolytic, and amylolytic enzymes was compared between males and females collected in winter, when males are in a resting, postreproductive period, whereas females, which do not feed during the summer ovigerous period, are developing ovaries and preparing for the next reproductive season (Ituarte et al.
Formation and measurement of starch that survives exhaustive digestion with amylolytic Enzymes during the determination of dietary fiber.
The endogenous amylolytic enzymes hydrolyze cooked starch to fermentable sugars for proliferation of microbes.
Exogenous amylolytic enzymes in the feeding of ruminant feeders