catabolite


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ca·tab·o·lite

 (kə-tăb′ə-līt′)
n.
A substance produced by the process of catabolism.

catabolite

(kəˈtæbəˌlaɪt)
n
(Biochemistry) a substance produced as a result of catabolism

ca•tab•o•lite

(kəˈtæb əˌlaɪt)

n.
a product of catabolism.
[1905–10]
Translations
catabolite
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Biotrophy may also depend on additional controls, such as catabolite repression of CWDE synthesis resulting from the characteristic influx of photosynthates to infected areas (Cooper, 1983).
To determine why the reb D gene was not being expressed, sequence analysis upstream of the open reading frame was perforrned, and a potential catabolite repressor sequence was identified.
9 process is based on the fact that the main compounds cited in literature as being responsible for the corked taste in wine are metabolite and catabolite results of certain varieties of mold.
As Schizochytrium is a slow growing heterotroph consuming glucose at a slow rate, wai cultivation in a non carbon catabolite repression condition or in an increased acetyl-CoA synthethase state gives rise to higher growth and glucose consumption rates (27).
Enrichment techniques for the selection of catabolite repression-resistant mutants of Trichoderma as producer of cellulase.
The decreased activity in the later phase of growth was probably due to catabolite repression by glucose released from starch hydrolysis.
We do not imply that catabolite regulation is the sole basis for this effect, but rather that catabolite regulation may be indirect, since the major evolutionary benefit derived from catabolite repressive mechanism may have resulted in enhancing the endophyte's ability to efficiently scavenge nutrients from such a nutrient poor location, thereby avoiding the usual cellular invasive, destructive mode for obtaining nutrient used by most biotrophic pathogenic fungi.
DOPAC is a catabolite of dopamine that occurs naturally in squid ink.
The endo-acting [beta]-glucanase secretion is controlled by glucose-mediated catabolite repression and induced mainly by media containing cell-wall materials.
IDO upregulates regulatory T cells via tryptophan catabolite and suppresses encephalitogenic T cell responses in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis.
Relaxation of catabolite repression in streptomycin-dependent Escherichia coli.