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 (hī-drŏl′ĭ-sāt′, hī′drə-lī′-) also hy·drol·y·zate (-zāt′)
A product of hydrolysis.




(Chemistry) a substance or mixture produced by hydrolysis
[C20: from hydrolysis + -ate1]


(haɪˈdrɒl əˌseɪt)

a compound formed by hydrolysis.
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Noun1.hydrolysate - a product of hydrolysis
product - a chemical substance formed as a result of a chemical reaction; "a product of lime and nitric acid"
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Regarding mating performance, the majority of studies report that, in competitive scenarios, males fed a standard mixture of sugar and yeast hydrolysate (yeast hydrolysate, a material with high amino acid content, Fanson & Taylor 2012) achieved significantly more successful copulations than males fed sugar only (e.
No certain pattern or relationship was observed between the two variables in the current study, which corroborates the results of Wu et al [29] and Chabeaud et al [19], who reported that DH did not appear to be the major criterion in the production of hydrolysate with antioxidant properties.
Before tituration with acetone the aqueous solution of protein hydrolysate was concentrated by evaporation of water.
11 days were recorded in adults feeding on a diet containing Nu lure followed by protein hydrolysate (control diet).
Then, temperature was reduced to 90[degrees]C and, immediately after, the liquor was unloaded, filtered and centrifuged to remove the remaining impurities, resulting in 10 L of hydrolysate.
In this study, biohydrogen gas was produced from Oil Palm Mesocarp Fiber (OPMF) hydrolysate by Clostridium butyricum via dark fermentation.
As a whey protein hydrolysate, the product builds on whey proteins reputation for performance by making the protein even easier to absorb, so recovery can begin sooner.
The hydrolysate was centrifuged at 5000 g at 4[degrees]C for 15 min to separate the insoluble and soluble fractions.
To evaluate the inclusion of dry protein hydrolysate from tilapia filleting in diets for Nile tilapia larvae, five diets were formulated based on vegetable ingredients, being one control diet without adding TBHP, and four with the inclusion of 2, 0; 4.
He informed that Fruit and Vegetable section installed special traps containing methyl eugenol and protein hydrolysate to control fruit flies in mango, guava and citrus orchards.