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 (hī-drŏl′ĭ-sāt′, hī′drə-lī′-) also hy·drol·y·zate (-zāt′)
A product of hydrolysis.




(Chemistry) a substance or mixture produced by hydrolysis
[C20: from hydrolysis + -ate1]


(haɪˈdrɒl əˌseɪt)

a compound formed by hydrolysis.
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Noun1.hydrolysate - a product of hydrolysis
product - a chemical substance formed as a result of a chemical reaction; "a product of lime and nitric acid"
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Hydrolysis treatment with ultrasound only resulted in greater antioxidant activity for the commercial samples of hydrolyzate 1, hydrolyzate 2, gelatin 1 and gelatin 2, even though it resulted in low degree of hydrolysis.
Ma, "Efficient production of polymer-grade L-lactic acid from corn stover hydrolyzate by thermophilic bacillus sp.
After equilibration of the system for 5 min with 100 mmol/L NaOH and 5 min with 4 mmol/L NaOH, the diluted hydrolyzate (10 [micro]L) was eluted at 30[degrees]C on a CarboPac PA20 column (Dionex) with 4 mmol/L NaOH at a flow rate of 0.5 mL/min.
In the control group, manganese was not supplemented, and the experimental groups received manganese in the form of sulphate, chelate from the protein hydrolyzate, and chelate from glycine hydrate.
(14.) Canilha, L., Carvalho, W., Felipe, M.G.A., and Silva, J.B.A., Xylitol production from wheat straw hemicellulose hydrolyzate: hydrolyzate detoxification and carbonsource used for inoculum preparation.
After hydrolysis, the hydrolyzate was withdrawn and dehydration to drying under vacuum at 50[degrees]C, dissolved in sodium citrate (pH 2.2), and filtered with a 0.45 [micro]m Millipore nylon membrane filter.
Ingredients of the powdered base diet includes soy protein hydrolyzate, canola oil, corn oil, corn syrup solids, cellulose, defatted wheat germ, glutamine, ground limestone, dicalcium phosphate, DL-methionine, potassium chloride, magnesium sulfate, L-lysine, cysteine, taurine, tryptophan, vitamin A supplement, vitamin E supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, menadione sodium bisulfite complex, ethoxyquin, copper sulfate, manganese oxide, zinc oxide citric acid, mixed tocopherols, niacin supplement, calcium dipantothenate, riboflavin supplement, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B12 supplement, folic acid, biotin, ascorbic acid, and sodium selenite.
Another strategy to reduce the toxic effect of inhibitors present in the hydrolyzate is high cell concentration, contributing towards a high number of viable cells for the formation of biomass and product (Ferreira, Mussatto, Cadete, Rosa, & Silva, 2011).
The resulting oxazolinium ion intermediate is then attacked by water to give the hydrolyzate.