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Frontiers

This review presents a comprehensive and systematic study of the field of plant biostimulants and considers the fundamental and innovative principles underlying this technology The elucidation of the biological basis of biostimulant function is a prerequisite for the development of science-based biostimulant industry and sound regulations governing these compounds

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Applications of Fungal Strains with Keratin

Protein hydrolysates (PHs) are organic non-microbial biostimulants having beneficial effects on plants The study was designed to assess the effects on plants by the applications of PHs obtained from Trichoderma isolates grown on keratin wastes Trichoderma isolates were characterized for indole-3-acetic acid and siderophores production activity of lytic enzymes

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Thieme E

Introduction Naringin was first discovered by De Vry in the flowers of grapefruit trees growing in Java in 1857 but he did not publish his findings at that time [] Extensive research on this "novel compound" was conducted in the years to come by De Vry and Hoffman and subsequently Will [] The name naringin is probably derived from the Sanskrit term "narangiʼ meaning "orange" []

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Correlation between Physicochemical Properties and

Ionic liquid (IL)-based lignocellulosic biomass pretreatment has attracted growing interest recently In this work cholinium ILs a type of bio ILs composed totally of renewable biomaterials were used to pretreat rice straw and various physicochemical properties of the pretreated biomass including the morphological structure biomass composition biomass crystallinity surface area

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A critique on multi

AbstractThis review is devoted to discuss the unique characteristics of multi-jet electrospinning technique compared to other spinning techniques and its utilization in spinning of natural as well as synthetic polymers The advantages and inadequacies of the current commercial chemical spinning methods namely wet spinning melt spinning dry spinning and electrospinning are

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Wyniki wyszukiwania dla: HYDROLYSIS

In a present work a novel procedure based on the standard batch tests and pretreatment of wastewater sample with coagulation-flocculation method was proposed to evaluate the effects of hydrolysis of slowly biodegradable substrate (Xs) on biological nutrient removal (BNR) processes in activated sludge systems

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In claim of developing ecologically-friendly and low cost polymeric materials some polymer scientists and engineers have focused on improving the properties of polymer composites with natural fibers One typical example of these natural fibers currently used as reinforcements in low load-bearing polymer composites is bovine fiber which is traditionally a waste from

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Biotechnological Applications of Proteases in Food

Introduction Food biotechnology considered as applications of biotechnological processes started before 6000 B C Fermenting grapes or brewing beer are examples of this initial food biotechnology even though they were crude ones at that (Mishra and others 2016) In fact the application of enzymes in food technology was already established in these processes

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Keratin as a Biopolymer

Keratin has recently gained a lot of limelight among various proteins Keratin is a renewable sustainable biocompatible and biodegradable bioresource and these characteristics make it a promising candidate for diverse applications It is a fibrous protein mainly found in feathers hair wool animal claws and fingernails It is one of the

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Gelatin

M Mohiti-Asli E G Loboa in Wound Healing Biomaterials 2016 23 3 1 2 Gelatin nanofibers Gelatin is a protein derived from collagen by controlled hydrolysis Depending on the method of gelatin processing from native collagen either using acidic or alkaline pretreatments two types of gelatin can be formed: type A and type B

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CDZ Speakers: Food4Health

BERGER Ralf G - University of Hannover Ralf G Berger Prof Dr studied Food Chemistry at the University of Stuttgart before moving to the Technical University of Munich (TUM) where he received his PhD and was awarded for the "Thesis of the Year" in 1982

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Keratin as a Biopolymer

Keratin has recently gained a lot of limelight among various proteins Keratin is a renewable sustainable biocompatible and biodegradable bioresource and these characteristics make it a promising candidate for diverse applications It is a fibrous protein mainly found in feathers hair wool animal claws and fingernails It is one of the

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Actinomycetes: A Source of Lignocellulolytic Enzymes

Lignocellulose is the most abundant biomass on earth Agricultural forest and agroindustrial activities generate tons of lignocellulosic wastes annually which present readily procurable economically affordable and renewable feedstock for various lignocelluloses based applications Lignocelluloses are the focus of present decade researchers globally in an attempt to develop

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Fungal Enzymes and Yeasts for Conversion of Plant

Fungi and fungal enzymes play important roles in the new bioeconomy Enzymes from filamentous fungi can unlock the potential of recalcitrant lignocellulose structures of plant cell walls as a new resource and fungi such as yeast can produce bioethanol from the sugars released after enzyme treatment Such processes reflect inherent characteristics of the fungal

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Microbial decomposition of keratin in nature—a new

12 01 2016Keratin is a structural component of skin hair feather horns hooves cloves nails beaks reptilian osteoderm and fish teeth and slime (McKittrick et al 2012) Keratin renders animals more robust against both abiotic stress and biotic attacks Since microbial degradation of keratin is not widespread in nature keratin can serve as an

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Available versus digestible dietary amino acids

Available versus digestible dietary amino acids - Volume 108 Issue S2 - Shane M Rutherfurd Paul J Moughan Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites

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