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bac·te·ri·al

 (băk-tîr′ē-əl)
adj.
Relating to or caused by bacteria: a bacterial enzyme.

bac·te′ri·al n.
bac·te′ri·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bacterial - relating to or caused by bacteriabacterial - relating to or caused by bacteria; "bacterial infection"
Translations

bacterial

[bækˈtɪərɪəl] ADJbacteriano, bacterial

bacterial

[bækˈtɪəriəl] adj [infection, contamination] → bactérien(ne)

bacterial

adjbakteriell

bacterial

[bækˈtɪərɪəl] adjbatterico/a

bac·te·ri·al

a. bacteriano-a;
___ infectionsinfecciones ___-s;
___ endocarditisendocarditis ___;
___ sensitivity testspruebas de sensibilidad ___.

bacterial

adj bacteriano
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Hence the use of cellulosic waste materials as a substrate for bacterial fermentation would reduce the problem of waste management to a reasonable extent.
The abnormal bacterial fermentation due to change in environmental temperature could be a reason for higher DM in trench silos as those are built in ground and have more stable ambient temperature.
In case of bacterial fermentation, various Lactobacillus species and Bacillus subtilis are preferred (Yang et al.
Gas builds up in the stomach, either through bacterial fermentation of food or from gulping air during eating.
Yoghurt is produced by bacterial fermentation of what?
Fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols (FODMAPs) such as apples, beans, white bread, and milk are poorly absorbed in the small intestine, which can trigger bouts of gas from colonic bacterial fermentation and diarrhea because of osmotic water transfer into the lumen of the colon.
Iveco Natural Power vehicles run on natural gas -- which is a heterogeneous mix of fossil gases, where methane (CH4) is an important component with a minimum content of 84 per cent) -- and bio-methane -- methane from renewable sources produced from the bacterial fermentation of organic matter, mainly from municipal waste and decomposing biomass.
The byproducts of bacterial fermentation, in addition to triggering gastrointestinal symptoms, further damage the small-intestinal mucosa and further decrease disaccharidase activity, which leads to a vicious cycle of more bacterial overgrowth and more pronounced intestinal damage.
Bacterial fermentation of these same fibers, on the other hand, takes place in the large intestine and results in the production of small-chain fatty acids that pigs use to meet metabolic energy demands.
Jacqueline LECOURTIER, former Scientific Director of the French Petroleum Institute (IFP, today IFPEN) who has recently assumed the chairmanship of DEINOVE's Scientific Council adds: "To our knowledge no other bacterial fermentation process has demonstrated such capabilities to date; high titer but also significant yield and productivity, key factors relevant for industrial performance.
Conditions that cause malabsorption, such as a problem with the dog's digestive enzymes, can also cause an increased appetite, allow excessive amounts of undigested food to reach the colon, where the bacterial fermentation produces excess gas.
A number of food products, commodity chemicals and biotechnology products are produced industrially using the large-scale bacterial fermentation of various organic substrates.