fermentive

fermentive

(fəˈmɛntɪv)
adj
(Brewing) tending to cause fermentation
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The process of putrefaction is essentially a fermentive process due to growth of microorganisms derived from alimentary canal, airway, skin but chief source of bacteria is from large bowel, which leads to elaboration of various fowl smelling gases accompanied by softening of tissues due to enzymatic activity of bacteria and discoloration of the tissues.
Other topics include the physical, chemical, and structural characteristics of dates, including fermentive products that use dates as a substrate, the fruits as a substitute for added sugar in food, and date palm feeding to livestock; and their nutritional and medicinal use, including indigenous medicine.
Dietary galactooligosaccharides affect ileal and total-tract nutrient digestibility, ileal and fecal bacterial concentrations, and ileal fermentive characteristics of growing pigs.
Feed efficiency based on both fermentive digestion in the rumen and conversion of feed to output (e.
Fresh Manure--Recently excreted animal dung whose direct contact can be harmful to plant tissues because of rapid chemical and fermentive changes that take place.