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Cellulasa Action Low Molecular Weight Sugars and Their Use Bread Baking Process

By Abashidze, Marika

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Title: Cellulasa Action Low Molecular Weight Sugars and Their Use Bread Baking Process  
Author: Abashidze, Marika
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Language: Georgian
Subject: Georgian, Biotechnology, Chemical Engineering
Collections: National Library of Georgia
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Publication Date:
2005
Publisher: Library of Georgia

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TOC: Introduction; Chapter I. Review of the Literature; 1.1 Cellulasa Producing Microorganisms; Cellulasa Cultivation Conditions on the Biosynthesis of 1.2; 1.3. Dashakrebuli Enzymatic Hydrolysates Obtained From Raw Tselulozashemtsveli; Chapter Ii. the Experimental Part; Research Materials and Methods; 2.1 Cellulase-Producing Microscopic Fungi Selection; 2.2. Aspergillus Versicolor M- Determine the Toxicity; 2.3. Aspergillus Versicolor M- Patogenurobis'S Determination; 2.4. Cellulatic Activity Determined By the Filter Paper; 2.5 Ksilanazuri Activity Determination; 2.6. Tselulozashemtsveli Sustratebis Chemical Composition Determination Methods; 2.7. Reducing the Number of Sugar and Glucose; 2.8. Paper Chromatography Using A Qualitative Analysis of Carbohydrates; 2.9. Technical Cellulase Preparation Can; 2.10. Enzymatic Preparations thermal Setting; 2.11. Low-Molecular-Field Raw Sugar intake Tselulozashem the Enzymatic Hydrolysis; 2.12. Under Laboratory Conditions the Yeast and Bread-Making Method; 2.13. Experimental Data Processing Simple Mathematical Formula; Chapter Iii. Results and Discussion; 3.1 Cellulase-Producing Microscopic Fungi Selection; 3.2 Active Cellulase-Producing Optimal Conditions For Cultivation A.Versicolor-M-'S Selection; 3.3. Cellulase Enzyme and Some Physico-Chemical Properties of Drugs; 3.3.1.Sainkubatsio Is Ph- Cellulatic influence of Drugs on the Activity of A. Versicolor-M; 3.3.2. the incubation Temperature Effect Is A.Versicolor-M- Cellulatic Drug'S Activity; 3.5.3 A. Versicolor-M- Cellulasa thermostability'S Study; Chapter Iv. Dashakrebuli Enzymatic Hydrolysates Reception; 4.1 Review of the Substrates; 4.2. Tselulozashemtsveli Substrate Hydrolysis Cellulatic Drug Use; Chapter V. Dashakrebuli Pur- Hydrolysates Used in the Preparation of Confectionery Products; Conclusions; References.

 

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