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sac·char·i·fy

(să-kar'i-fī),
To convert starch or cellulose or other polysaccharides into sugar.
[sacchari- + L. facio, to make]
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The process of alcohol fermentation was carried on Bacteria saccharified substrate by employing Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Yeast fermentation of enzyme saccharified substrate
Enzyme saccharified substrate was subjected to the process of alcohol fermentation by employing Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Immobilized Yeast Fermentation of Bacteria Saccharified Substrate
Immobilized yeast cells were added to Bacteria saccharified substrate and maintained the temperature at 30[degrees]C for overall period of 42 hrs and no further increase in ethanol concentration was observed.
Immobilized Yeast Fermentation of Enzyme Saccharified Substrate Immobilized yeast cells were added to enzyme saccharified starch and maintained at temperature 30[degrees]C for overall period of 42 hrs and no further increase in ethanol concentration was observed.
If free carbohydrates, saccharified starch/cellulose, or using a combination for increased efficiency through whole plant biomass use [e.g., [16]] is intended for bioethanol production, improving the content of these molecules in plants bred for the bioethanol industry is needed [17-19].
Cotta, "Ethanol production from alkaline peroxide pretreated enzymatically saccharified wheat straw," Biotechnology Progress, vol.