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Characterization of β-glucosidases from Hanseniaspora sp. and Pichia anomala with potentially aroma-enhancing capabilities in juice and wine
The preliminary results with proposed an application of these enzymes in commercial wine production lead to more efficient of β-glucosidase from Hanseniaspora sp. Expand
The characterisation of a novelPichia anomala β-glucosidase with potentially aroma-enhancing capabilities in wine
The extracellular β-glucosidase from Pichia anomala MDD24 makes it possible to release glucosidically-bound monoterpenes, which are the major contributors to floral and fruity aromas in wines from Muscat-type varieties, at final stage of alcoholic fermentation. Expand
Selection and identification of oleaginous yeast isolated from soil, animal feed and ruminal fluid for use as feed supplement in dairy cattle
T. asahii GSY10 was the most promising oleaginous yeast for microbial lipid production from molasses when using molasses as substrate and gave higher biomass and lipid yield than GSY3 (P < 0·05). Expand
Isolation, identification and growth determination of lactic acid‐utilizing yeasts from the ruminal fluid of dairy cattle
The three most effective yeasts in terms of specific growth rate and generation time were Pichia kudriavzevii, Candida rugosa and Kodamaea ohmeri, with 99, 100 and 99% nucleotide identities, respectively, which could be used as potential probiotics in dairy cattle diets. Expand
Growth and cyanide degradation of Azotobacter vinelandii in cyanide-containing wastewater system.
Related to cyanide degradation in the cassava mill wastewater, nitrogenase was the responsible enzyme, which was confirmed by methane production, and these findings would be helpful to design a practical bioremediation system for the treatment of cyanide-contaminated wastewater. Expand
Potential use of vetiver grass for cellulolytic enzyme production and bioethanol production
Abstract Vetiver grass (VG) high cellulose is an abundant lignocellulosic material used in both cellulolytic enzyme and bioethanol production. Appropriate VG size for fungal growth and enzymesExpand
Improvement of quality, membrane integrity and antioxidant systems in sweet pepper ('Capsicum annuum' Linn.) seeds affected by osmopriming
Seed priming is a complex physiological and biochemical process and offers an effective means to improve seed quality. This study focuses on the effect of priming process on quality and biochemicalExpand
Effects of gamma irradiation on the physical and sensory quality and inactivation of Listeria monocytogenes in blue swimming crab meat (Portunas pelagicus)
Abstract Blue swimming crab lump (backfin) meat were exposed to 2, 4, and 6 kGy doses of Co 60 irradiation and evaluated for changes in physical, sensory properties, and Listeria monocytogenesExpand