carbohydrase


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car·bo·hy·drase

 (kär′bō-hī′drās′, -drāz′)
n.
Any of various enzymes, such as amylase, that catalyze the hydrolysis of a carbohydrate.

carbohydrase

(ˌkɑːbəˈhaɪdreɪz)
n
a digestive enzyme that breaks down carbohydrates through hydrolysis
Translations

carbohydrase

n. carbohidrasa, tipo de una o varias encimas.
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Because there is a wide range of carbohydrates found in naturally occurring food (Kristensen 1972), it seems appropriate that prawns would exhibit a diverse carbohydrase profile to exploit the range of dietary carbohydrates (Wigglesworth & Griffith 1994).
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2014) found that supplementation of a corn-soy diet with [beta]-mannanase and a carbohydrase cocktail, separately and intermittently, improved body weight and feed efficiency in broilers.
Energy utilization and growth performance of broilers receiving diets supplemented with enzymes containing carbohydrase or phytase activity individually or in combination.
These are primarily involved in conversion of carbohydrate to carbohydrase, protein to protease, and lipid to lipase.
78) product used in this study was an endo-acting carbohydrase, attacking the 1,4-[beta]-D-mannan main chain of the mannan compounds and releasing mannan-oligosaccharides or a small amount of mannose (McCleary, 1988; Kong et al.
Enzymes (amylase, carbohydrase, cellulase, protease, dextranase, mannase, pectic enzyme, phytase, xylanase,
Application of carbohydrase inhibitors to moderate rumen fermentation: continuous culture evaluation.
Carbohydrase, protease, and phytase have an additive beneficial effect in nutritionally marginal diets for broiler chicks.
Generally, while carbohydrase enzymes supplementation is common as commercial practice in swine and poultry industries, the use of these enzymes has not received much attention in aquaculture.
The effect of dietary phosphorus and calcium level, phytase supplementation, and ileal infusion of pectin on the chemical composition and carbohydrase activity of fecal bacteria and the level of microbial metabolites in the gastrointestinal tract of pigs.
Fungal production systems such as this are likely to have low carbohydrase, and even lower protease and other, side activities.
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