hydrolyzable


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hy·dro·lyze

 (hī′drə-līz′)
tr. & intr.v. hy·dro·lyzed, hy·dro·lyz·ing, hy·dro·lyz·es
To subject to or undergo hydrolysis.

hy′dro·lyz′a·ble adj.
hy′dro·ly·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Adj.1.hydrolyzable - capable of undergoing hydrolysis
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The effects of hydrolyzable tannins on rumen fluid traits and production performances in dairy sheep fed on pasture.
The EOE was standardized to contain not less than 60% (w/w) of low molecular weight hydrolyzable tannins (Emblicanin-A, Emblicanin-B, Pedunculagin, Punigluconin).
emblica fruit extract, used in this study, was standardized to contain not less than 50% w/w of bioactives, low molecular weight hydrolyzable tannoids (LMwHTs) comprising Emblicanin A, Emblicanin B, Punigluconin and Pedunculagin, by HPLC using an external standard (isolated from Emblica officinalis fruit extract by column chromatography).
Fox TR, Comerford NB (1992) Rhizosphere phosphatase activity and phosphatase hydrolyzable organic phosphorus in two forested Spodosols.
developed materials based on copolymers with hydrolyzable groups, a water-generating metal salt hydrate, and a metal catalyst.
However, this approach has been confounded by observations that only minor and variable fractions of that biopolymeric carbon may be hydrolyzable enzymatically (Dauwe & Middelburg 1998, Dauwe et al.
Montedoro GF, Servili M, Baldioli M and E Minati Simple and Hydrolyzable Compounds in Virgin Olive Oil.
1) Coupling function (RO)n = hydrolyzable group or substrate reactive group with surface hydroxyl or protons.
4-n] (where X is the hydrolyzable group and R is an organofunctional group).
Tannins are broadly divided into hydrolyzable and condensed tannins.
Consumption of hydrolyzable tannins-rich pomegranate extract suppresses inflammation and joint damage in rheumatoid arthritis.
This is due to the group chemical composition of these materials (containing humic and fulvic acids, readily hydrolyzable substances, non hydrolyzable residue, trace elements, etc.