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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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Its purpose is to gather, from German industrial and financial actors, the funds required to build and operate Germany's first fermentative isobutene production plant".
Monosaccharides will subsequently enter one of the two main fermentative pathways: glycolysis or the phosphoketolase pathway [23].
The company's fermentative stevia platform is in part a response to the industry's need for "a larger, more predictable supply that is also sustainable," she said.
Industrial sugars are important building blocks for various basic chemicals and intermediates that can be produced, for example, by fermentative processes.
Here, the elastomer composition and the tire of the invention are characterized in containing residuum generated in a fermentative treatment of an organic matter in an elastomer component.
The fermentative phase included: the addition of nutrients and yeasts at different temperatures in IT and NR musts.
They are problematic in a variety of natural, clinical and bioindustrial settings because of their inability to be eradicated using conventional techniques, ldhA encodes fermentative lactate dehydrogenase an enzyme that breaks down pyruvate to D-lactate.
Fermentative metabolism of glycerol has been reported in species of the genera Klebsiella, Citrobacter, Enterobacter, Clostridium, Lactobacillus, Bacillus, Propionibacterium, and Anaerobiospirillum (Yazdani & Gonzalez, 2007).
The fermentative production of SCFAs has been admitted as a main mechanism in the ruminant intestinal digestion, whereas in human beings this remains unclear.
Microbial proteases are obtained through fermentative processes (POZA et al.
Ecological mechanism of fermentative hydrogen production by bacteria, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 32(6): 755-760.
2008, "Optimization of simultaneous thermophilic fermentative hydrogen production and COD reduction from palm oil mill effluent by thermoanaerobacterium-rich sludge," Int.
K pneumoniae is a facultative, fermentative Gram-negative rod, identifiable with standard biochemicals, by manual (kit) identification system, (e.
Identification of Corynobacterium amycolatum and other nonliphophilic fermentative corynobacteria of human origin.