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pu·tre·fac·tive

(pyū'trĕ-fak'tiv),
Relating to or causing putrefaction.

putrefactive

(pyo͞o′trə-făk′tĭv)
adj.
1. Bringing about putrefaction.
2. Of, relating to, or characterized by putrefaction.

pu·tre·fac·tive

(pyū'trĕ-fak'tiv)
Relating to or causing putrefaction.
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After Day 3, panelists could not discriminate odor of semideteriorated and deteriorated oyster samples and these were evaluated as putrefactive aroma.
We recall the first stanza's 'tu que bajas [...] para resucitar al filo de una piedra', which is duplicated in a host of moribund and putrefactive imagery, including 'hongo estancado', 'las lluvias pudren las hojas', 'una teja aturdida se deshace contra tus pies para predecir otra muerte', 'los mas bellos excrementos del mundo', 'un sofa muerto'.
Fecal analysis showed a decrease in the putrefactive bacterial culture while the probiotic bacteria increased, thus allowing the establishment of a healthy gastrointestinal microflora in these animals," he explained.
Amines are produced by decarboxylation of amino acids via enzymes produced by putrefactive bacteria as well as many species and strains of lactic acid bacteria.
Effect of oligosaccharides on growth of piglets and on bacterial flora, putrefactive substances and volatile fatty acids in their feces.
(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.
(26) This is an excellent putrefactive habitat for gram-negative anaerobes that metabolize proteins as an energy source.
product developers (and consumers) have started to show more interest in - and feel more comfortable with - the concept of "GI health." She notes that because the inulin and oligofructose are not absorbed in the small intestine, they move on to the large intestine, where they help reduce the presence of carcinogens and other putrefactive substances.
"SCFA promote protective effects on the gut and host, such as increased gut integrity, enhanced immunity through pathogen inhibition, reduction of putrefactive substances, improved normal bowel function and improved nutrient metabolism and absorption," Mr.
The addition of LAB inoculants to food residue also preserves the residue by inhibiting the growth of putrefactive bacteria that degrade the residue to odiferous compounds, suppresses the growth of food poisoning bacteria (Wang et al., 2001) and the LAB improve the nutritional characteristics of the food residue (Yang et al., 2006).
(3-5) Bifidobacteria also produce organic acids such as acetic and lactic acid which limit the growth of putrefactive and pathogenic bacteria.
Dietary fibers such as Ingredion's short-chain fructooligosaccharides have been shown to produce short chain fatty acids, and as a result "promote protective effects on the gut and host, such as increased gut integrity, enhanced immunity through pathogen inhibition, reduction of putrefactive substances, improved normal bowel function, and improved nutrient metabolism and absorption," Mr.