amylolytic


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am·y·lol·y·sis

 (ăm′ə-lŏl′ĭ-sĭs)
n.
Conversion of starch to sugars by the action of enzymes or acids.

am′y·lo·lyt′ic (-lō-lĭt′ĭk) adj.
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Adj.1.amylolytic - of or related to the process of amylolysis
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Analysis of the OBCFA profile of cultivable rumen bacteria found that cellulolytic bacteria contain high levels of odd-chain iso-fatty acids and amylolytic bacteria are particularly enriched in linear odd-chain fatty acids [23].
The bacterial isolates K2 (isolated from Bani Malik hot spring) and K10 (isolated from Al-Khobah hot spring) were chosen for study based on their elevated proteolytic and amylolytic activities.
Amylolytic yeasts can raise the protein content of sweet potato residue from 6% to 21% within 3 days via solid state fermentation (YANG, 1988; YANG, 1993; YANG et al.
Characterization and detection of enzyme (amylase) produced by amylolytic fungi isolated from agricultural soil.
Olasupo NA, Olukoya DK and SA Odunfa Studies on local strains of amylolytic Lactobacillus from Nigerian fermented foods.
Uthumporn U, Zaidul ISM, Karim AA (2010) Hydrolysis of granular starch at sub-gelatinization temperature using a mixture of amylolytic enzymes.
Amylolytic activity in fruits: comparison of different substrates and methods using banana as model.
Amylolytic and cellulolytic activities in the crystalline style and the digestive diverticulae of the freshwater bivalve Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas, 1771).
1980) observed that in developing phase of mango fruits parts increased amylase activity corresponding to the increase in fruit part weight which suggested that changes taking place during ripening and development time as well as in the nature of the amylolytic enzyme activity during these development phases.
Gram-positive amylolytic colonies were estimated to potentially belong to the Bacillus spp.