By Kimball Nill
Due to biotechnology changing into this kind of hugely prolific quarter, non-technical humans, reminiscent of lobbyists, lawyers, advertising, and public relatives humans, have needed to quick turn into conversant a couple of subject that's hugely technical. furthermore, a number of experts operating within the box of biotechnology, together with chemists, geneticists, and biologists, sometimes have hassle in knowing the phrases used by one another of their respective specialties. it's, hence, essential to have a booklet to you could refer so all people can essentially talk about the themes in biotechnology.This textual content presents concise definitions of phrases for folks surprising with biotechnology, and clarifies new phrases and the way they're getting used if you happen to are already just a little acquainted with the world. The thesaurus of Biotechnology phrases is a convenient reference for individuals with very little education within the organic and chemical sciences since it has been written in non-technical language and serves to convey you modern on biotechnology terminology to supply for more desirable communique. The definitions are written using phrases that assist you conceptualize the belief embodied within the time period and causes are in line with analogy every time attainable. Written to aid these people who search to realize an knowing of the terminology because it is at the moment used, the thesaurus of Biotechnology phrases, 3rd variation is obligatory for someone enthusiastic about the biotechnology box or an individual who bargains with pros in biotechnology.
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Conglycinin has greater emulsifying capacity (in water) and emulsion stability than does glycinin, so its presence can assist the manufacture of ﬁrmer tofu, and better protein-based (emulsion) drinks. See also PROTEIN, CYSTEINE (cys), METHIONINE (met), GLYCININ, EMULSION. Beta-D-Glucouronidase See GUS GENE. Beta-Glucan See WATER SOLUBLE FIBER. ) that kill targeted bacteria by altering their essential cellular function of enzymatic controls that keep cell wall (peptido-glycan) synthesis (creation/repair) in balance with cell wall degradation.
See also BEST, EXPRESSED SEQUENCE TAGS (EST), BACTERIA, SEQUENCING (OF DNA MOLECULES), SEQUENCE (OF A DNA MOLECULE), MAPPING, CAENORHABDITIS ELEGANS (C. ELEGANS). Bactericide See MICROBICIDE, BIOCIDE, ANTIBIOTIC. Bacteriocide See BACTERICIDE. Bacteriocins Proteins produced by many types of bacteria that are toxic (primarily) to other closely related strains of the particular bacteria that produce those proteins. , acting against bacteria species that cause food spoilage). For example: the bacteriocin known as curvaticin 13, which is produced by Lactobacillus curvatus bacteria, inhibits the food-poisoning bacteria Listeria monocytogenes; the bacteriocin known as sakacin K, which is produced by Lactobacillus sakei bacteria, inhibits the food-poisoning bacteria Listeria monocytogenes.
T. t. ISRAELENSIS, CRY PROTEINS, CRY1A (b) PROTEIN, CRY1A (c) PROTEIN, CRY9C PROTEIN. ). These devices are currently created in the following forms: 1. , pesticides). The (chemical) biosensor consists of an immobilized enzyme (to bind the trace chemical) combined with a color reagent (to indicate visually the presence of the trace chemical). 2. A one-part test that can detect speciﬁc DNA segments in complex (“dirty,” multiple component) samples. The biosensor consists of 13-nm gold particles onto which are attached numerous nucleotide molecular chains.
Glossary of Biotechnology Terms, Third Edition by Kimball Nill