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Synonyms for acidify

make sour or more sour

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In the laboratory, many harmful algal species produce more toxins and bloom faster in acidified waters.
Poona, for 10 minutes in water, 100 ppm of chlorine, acidified calcium sulfate (1.
Disclosures: Five coauthors reported royalties from manufacturer ProStrakan; two held patents on acidified nitrate in skin infections.
In the 1970s, when acidified food regulations were promulgated, the state of the science for microbial hazards in acid and acidified foods was not as well understood as it is today," explains Don Zink, senior science advisor at FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
Traditional dry-blended acidified whey proteins tend to have undesirable taste profiles, for example being too tart, too astringent or exhibiting other off flavours that decrease palatability and consumer acceptance.
Due to the fact that many solvents may exert different effects on each type of tissue, this study aims to screen for the best acidified solvent using four alcohols with decreasing polarity including methanol, ethanol, isopropanol and butanol in order to select novel solvents capable of extracting maximum AMP amount from the whole body extracts of unchallenged supermealworm Zophobas morio larvae.
White measured the survival rate and shell size in larvae to test whether larvae spending their first days of life in normal seawater fared differently than larvae spending their first days in seawater acidified with high carbon dioxide.
How reducing sugar and using Steviva Blend can help in acidified food production
From shipping lanes in an acidified, ice-free Arctic to an ice age's threat to mankind, these are a few of the events likely to befall human civilization in the next 100,000 years that will be affected by modern-day choices.
Two sets of inoculated samples were treated with water, chlorine (200 mg per L) and acidified sodium chlorite (200 mg per L).
The fermented-dried vegetables were prepared in comparative trials with control and acidified samples as follows: Procurement and preparation of the raw materials were similar to those carried out during the determination of optimal levels of salt and sugar for fermentation.
The US claims the EU is breaking its WTO free trade obligations by blocking imports of poultry carcasses treated with chlorine dioxide, acidified sodium chlorite, trisodium phosphate and peroxyacids.
In the second, third and fourth days, the water of the aquaria designed to acidified or limed treatments was replaced by acidified or limed water at 1/3, 2/3 and 3/3, respectively.
After a review of the environmental and economic costs of acid emissions from thermal plants burning different fuels, the book details wet removal of atmospheric particles by rain, long-term monitoring of wet and dry depositions in an Italian city, and bioremediation of soil and water acidified by acid rain with fungi cells.