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Synonyms for fermentation

a state of agitation or turbulent change or development

a process in which an agent causes an organic substance to break down into simpler substances

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Conclusions: The results obviously confirmed that using of PFJ and LAB inoculant additive some how would be one of the ways to improve the fermentative quality of silage in the alfalfa.
Lactobacilli are rod-shaped, Gram-positive coccobacilli fermentative organotrophs commonly associated with the human GI tract as well as the human mouth and the vagina.
These positive effects of dietary [beta]-mannanase may also result in decreased heat loads of poultry by lowering fermentative heat production in the GIT, which lead to a decrease in heat stress if the poultry is raised under hot climatic conditions.
A decrease of approximately seven percentage points (from 63% to 55-56%) in the fermentative efficiency was observed for sugarcane juice in relation to the varieties of energy canes in a 24-hour fermentation cycle with the baking yeast (Table 2), in the samples newly collected.
Feasibility study on fermentative conversion of raw and hydrolyzed starch to hydrogen using anaerobic mixed microflora.
In this regard, the objective of the study was to evaluate the fermentative losses and the nutritional value of elephant grass silage added with dehydrated banana peel.
The homo fermentative activity of KCC-32 resulted in the enhancement of Italian ryegrass silage quality.
Other species Non-Saccharomyces as Candida zemplinina, Torulaspora delbrueckii and Hanseniaspora spp are also an important part of the diversity of the community of the bay and are present during the fermentation, in particular during the stages pre fermentative [36].
Model-based transcriptome engineering promotes a fermentative transcriptional state in yeast," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2016; 201603577 DOI: 10.
Their topics include stormwater treatment technology for water reuse, industrial wastewater treatment: sustainable attributes and prospects of anaerobic granulation, removing trace organic contaminants by integrated membrane processes for water reuse applications, adapting to climate change: water management strategy, fermentative biohydrogen production from wastewater: an exploration for sustainable green energy, and composting toilets for sustainable water management.
Using the fermentation approach, it will take at least two days (the article says, three days) for adequate fermentative activity to occur, with all the ancillary equipment involved.
Sharma D, Vyas N, 1 Sinha P, Mathur A Non fermentative gram negative bacilli as nosocomial pathogens: Identifiation and antibiotic sensitivity in clinical samples of indoor patients.
This bacterium primarily exhibited fermentative metabolisms which produced L-lactic acid from glucose, mannose, sucrose and xylose, and lesser amounts from cellobiose, trehalose, galactose and fructose.
This financing, which allows Global Bioenergies to strengthen its leadership in the field of fermentative isobutene, is structured in the form of a 1.
Different Physico-Chemical parameters were optimized to have hyper-production of Lysine through fermentation by using Brevibacterium flavum as a fermentative agent.