Pig microflora contains cellulolytic
and hemicellulolytic bacterial species that are also found to be highly active in the rumen.
Cellulose consists of long polymers of [beta]-1,4-linked glucose units that are degraded by cellulolytic
enzymes to glucose, including [beta]-glucosidase, which constitutes the final step in the degradation of cellulose, providing simple sugars for the soil microbial community.
Improved hemicellulolytic and cellulolytic
activities of the strain, an intrinsic Deinococcus capacity that allows significant reduction in the cost of the hydrolysis step prior to fermentation.
Amylolytic and cellulolytic
activities in the crystalline style and the digestive diverticulae of the freshwater bivalve Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas, 1771).
Fermentation of cellodextrins by cellulolytic
and noncellulolytic rumen bacteria.
It has been reported that cellulase which produced by cellulolytic
bacteria can effectively saccharify different substrates of biomass .
reesei produces a family of different cellulolytic
enzymes, including endoglucanases, exocellobiohydrolases, and p-glucosidases; a view that is different than the one proposed by Kovacs and his colleagues  who proposed that p-glucosidases is practically not secreted by Trichoderma reesei.
Enterococcus faecalis belongs to the class Bacilli, and it is feasible and testable that this symbiont could contribute to seed digestion by producing cellulolytic
This may be as a result of the fact that sugarcane products are fibrous and not readily digestible by cellulolytic
1998) in their studies suggested that many ECM fungi possess extracellular oxidative and cellulolytic
activities but these are marginal compared with those of litter decomposing fungi as reported by Koide et al.
microbes can break the cellulose into sugar monomers, which fermenting bacteria can use, giving off smaller organic acids, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen gas, which methanogens or sulfate reducers use for their carbon and energy.
protozoa in the hindgut also break down cellulose into individual glucose molecules.