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Synonyms for microbial

of or involving or caused by or being microbes


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The terephthalic acid which is made of the benzene ring with the carbon double bond to an oxygen atom will break down from microbial digestion in either an aerobic or anaerobic environment.
Results clearly indicate ENSO bottles with EcoPure[TM] biodegrade through natural microbial digestion.
Durand M, Dumay C, Beaumatin E Morei MT (1988) Use of the rumen simulation technique (RUSITEC) to compare microbial digestion of various by-products.
Most moose browse intake is degraded into volatile fatty acids, amino acids, ammonia, and other intermediate metabolites as a result of microbial digestion in the forestomach of the rumen.
80 litres of methane each day, the result of microbial digestion in its stomach.
Stuedemann's work so far suggests that cattle's ruminal microbial digestion rapidly affects the release of the alkaloids from plant tissue and subsequent absorption of the alkaloids or their byproducts in the bloodstream.
Microspectrophotometry of phenolic compounds in Bermudagrass cell walls in relation to rumen microbial digestion.
Especially, information for the microbial digestion consortia in goat rumen was expected to provide its species distinct characteristics compared to those of other ruminant animals (McAllister et al.
The Company uses its proprietary High Temperature Liquid Composting (HTLC) system, a proven, state-of-the-art microbial digestion technology, to process various biodegradable food wastes into dry pellet and liquid concentrate organic fertilizers that help grow healthier food and improve environmental quality.
It is well known that the type of protein in corn is resistant to microbial digestion, and the degradability of starch is slow because of the association of the protein matrix with starch granules and the type and proportion of protein bodies found in the corn endosperm (McAllister et al.
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