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Andrew Gewirtz said that manipulating dietary fiber content, particularly by adding fermentable fiber, guards against metabolic syndrome.
During overall process aliquots were taken at regular interval of time for analysis of total fermentable sugars and glucose content by DNSA and GOD-POD method respectively (15).
The diet entails cutting out fermentable (FODMAP) foods that can sometimes encourage bacterial growth, leading to diarrhoea and bloating.
This study was conducted to evaluate the potential of mulberry foliage as sources of fermentable energy and protein in sheep fed TRS based diets through the measurements of nutrient utilization, volatile fatty acids (VFAs) production and microbial protein yield.
RESEARCH carried out in the United States has shown that early-to-mid lactation dairy rations should contain a minimum 6-7% fermentable sugars (on a dry matter basis) to support optimum rumen fermentation.
FODMAP" is a rather clunky acronym for a certain kind of fermentable, short-chain carbohydrate: specifically, the word stands for fermentable, oligo-, di-, monosaccharides, and polyols.
EOS 100 is a 100 percent fermentable water-mixable vegetable oil-bases organic substrate.
Biogas plant is a device used for converting fermentable organic matter, particularly cattle dung, into a combustible gas (biogas) and fully matured and enriched organic fertilizer.
Lactose is not a natural product of the malting and fermentation processes which help break down the starch in the malted barley to a series of sugars, most of which are fermentable.
Collected wastes from the separation bins are processed and transported to the waste-sorting unit in Al Ain, where fermentable organic material is separated and transported to the Al Ain compost plant.
Writing not only for professionals in the field of biomass and biofuels but also for academic audiences such as graduate and postgraduate students and researchers, Kubicek (biotechnology and microbiology, Vienna U of Technology) examines particulars of plant biomass such as structural, physical, and physicochemical properties of plant cell walls; plant biomass degradation by fungi; the enzymologies of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignan degradation; catabolic pathways of soluble degradation products; enzyme formation regulation; the correlation between fungal secretory pathways and lignocellulose degradation; the production of cellulases and hemicellulases by fungi and the production of fermentable sugars from lignocelluloses; and lignocellulose biorefinery.
Collected wastes from the separation bins are processed and transported to the waste sorting unit in Al Ain, where fermentable organic material is separated and transported to the Al Ain compost plant.