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a chemical reaction in which water reacts with a compound to produce other compounds

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Effects of glycerol on the growth, adhesion, and cellulolytic activity of rumen cellulolytic bacteria and anaerobic fungi.
Purification of three different cellulolytic enzymes from Trichoderma viride QM 9414 on a large scale, p.
niger to enhance their hemicellulolytic and cellulolytic activities, production and improving their potential industrial applications.
Diversity and functional significance of cellulolytic microbes living in termite, pill-bug and stem-borer guts.
2009) report a positive effect on fiber digestibility when using SC47, they attribute this effect to an increase of total and cellulolytic bacteria with a relatively stable pH.
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.
The cellulolytic activity of thermophillic fungi and actinomycetes.
62) is considered appropriate for the activity of cellulolytic bacteria that ferment cell wall carbohydrates, thereby producing short chain fatty acids (SCFA) that are absorbed in the large intestine (23,24).
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 [16] who proposed that p-glucosidases is practically not secreted by Trichoderma reesei.
Monensin one of the common ionophore inhibits cellulolytic bacteria and protozoa; hence fermentations shift from acetate to propionate production.
Enterococcus faecalis belongs to the class Bacilli, and it is feasible and testable that this symbiont could contribute to seed digestion by producing cellulolytic enzymes.
This may be as a result of the fact that sugarcane products are fibrous and not readily digestible by cellulolytic microorganisms.