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Synonyms for xylose

a sugar extracted from wood or straw

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Xylose utilization and short-chain fatty acid production by selected components of the intestinal microflora of a rodent pollinator (Aethomys namaquensis).
The amount of xylanase that released 1 umol of reducing sugars equivalent xylose per min was taken as one unit of enzyme activity.
According to the results, xylose is the predominant sugar in the hydrolysate in the concentrated liquor, followed by glucose and arabinose originated during the acid hydrolysis of the lignocellulosic biomass.
Slininger, Gorsich and Liu (2009) observed that in a medium containing xylose, as the only carbon source, there was an increase in yeast resistance to furfural and hydroxymethyl furfural exposure.
Phenol red basal broth in Durham tubes containing 1% dulcitol, mannitol, sorbitol, inositol, xylose and rhamnose was prepared and inoculated with the isolates.
The acetyl group at C-2 or C-3 of the xylose residues in the backbone is deacetylated by AXE, with the efficiency of the enzymatic reaction increasing with decreasing length of the xylose backbone (Biely et al.
invicta preferred sucrose over xylose, ribose, mannose, arabinose, and galactose.
Indeed, it can ferment all nectar sugars with the exception of xylose (Barnett et al.
This review paper discusses the exciting scientific and technical advances in molecular biology for the genetic improvement in thermotogales the hyperthermophiles with respect to xylose isomerase to meet the industrial demands.
After testing its process on simple sugars such as glucose and xylose, DEINOVE contacted MBI to test the DEINOL technology on AFEX pretreated corn stover.
tyrobutyricum can only make use of glucose xylose and fructose (Matijasic et al.
Xylans are polymer chains composed primarily of the sugar xylose.
Generating hydrogen from biomass has traditionally relied on microorganisms that produce the catalytic enzymes that react with the sugars in the plant walls, like xylose and cellulose.