carbohydrase


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car·bo·hy·drase

 (kär′bō-hī′drās′, -drāz′)
n.
Any of various enzymes, such as amylase, that catalyze the hydrolysis of a carbohydrate.

carbohydrase

(ˌkɑːbəˈhaɪdreɪz)
n
a digestive enzyme that breaks down carbohydrates through hydrolysis
Translations

carbohydrase

n. carbohidrasa, tipo de una o varias encimas.
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Summary: Food Carbohydrase Market, Food Carbohydrase Market size, Food Carbohydrase Market Share, Food Carbohydrase Market insight, Food Carbohydrase Market trends, Dowdupont, Kerry Group, DSM
The effect of fat type, carbohydrase, and lipase addition on growth performance and nutrient utilization of young broilers fed wheat-based diets.
Growth performance, gastrointestinal microbial activity, and nutrient digestibility in early-weaned pigs fed diets containing flaxseed and carbohydrase enzyme.
phytase, carbohydrase, protease and lipase) are used in aquaculture feeds to overcome the negative effects of anti-nutritional factors, and to improve the digestion of dietary components and enhance growth of fish [15,16].
Effect of Probiotic, Carbohydrase Enzyme and their Combination on the Performance, Histomorphology and Gut Microbiota in Broilers fed Wheat-Based Diets.
Nyachoti, "Influence of phytase and carbohydrase enzymes on apparent ileal nutrient and standardized ileal amino acid digestibility in growing pigs fed wheat and barley-based diets," Livestock Science, vol.
The enzymatic detergent used for hygienization was Endozime[R] AW Plus, which is composed by amylase, lipase, protease, and carbohydrase, with enhanced proteolytic action.
Sinitsyn, "Comparison of two methods for assaying reducing sugars in the determination of carbohydrase activities," International Journal of Analytical Chemistry, vol.
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