This hydrolysis is brought about by the enzyme "diastase," which is present in the sprouting grain.
It aids in the hydrolysis of the starch for the use of the growing embryo.
Cellobiose is a disaccharide which results from the hydrolysis of cellulose.
The products of hydrolysis of the common simple proteins are all amino-acids.
Why, there was my theory of the hydrolysis of casein by trypsin, which Professor Walters had been carrying out in his laboratory.
To increase the hydrolysis a catalyzer, some neutral salt, usually manganese sulfate is added in the proportion of 0.15 per cent.
hydrolysis of hydrocyanic acid by means of hydrochloric acid yields formic acid.
As the process of hydrolysis proceeds, the amyloins become gradually poorer in amylin and relatively richer in maltose-groups.
It has been already shown that this degree of hydrolysis does not produce molecular disaggregation.
On hydrolysis, glycyrrhizin yields glucose and glycyrrhetin.
hydrolysis hy·drol·y·sis (hī-drŏl'ĭ-sĭs)
Decomposition of a chemical compound by reaction with water, such as the dissociation of a dissolved salt or the catalytic conversion of starch to glucose.