butyric acid

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Synonyms for butyric acid

an unpleasant smelling fatty acid found especially in butter

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Butyric acid is the chemical we recognise as "sour" in sour milk, and it is the main component of vomit's ghastly stench.
Significant values of correlation coefficient were found between phenol, indole, iso-butyric acid and iso-valeric acid with Atopostipes, p-cresol and skatole with Bacteroides, acetic acid and butyric acid with AM982595_g of Porphyromonadaceae family, and propionic acid with Tissierella.
The performance of the birds fed furazolidone or butyric acid (butyrate) are presented in Table 2.
0 or lower) and no detectable butyric acid, and their fermentative quality was maintained for at least 12 months.
No differences, however, were obtained in major VFA proportions or in total VFA between the supplement combinations, although butyric acid proportion was slightly decreased by the SO-BMF diet (Table 4).
Pagoclone is a novel member of the cyclopyrrolone class of compounds and acts as a gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) selective receptor modulator.
Once released, gamma amino butyric acid enters the brain causing anxiety to subside while promoting relaxation.
Effect of treatment and ensiling time on pH, DM (%), CP (% in DM), ammonia (% of total N), lactic acid and total organic acids (g/ kg DM), and proportions of acetic, butyric and propionic acids of total VFA (%) pH DM CP Ensiling time Day 0 6.
Other sleep-influencing hormones and neurotransmitters measured include cortisol, y-amino butyric acid (GABA), and serotonin.
Among other uses Butyric Acid AF is used as a raw material in the production of butyrates applied in the animal feed industry, supporting todays' trend towards the substitution of in-feed antibiotic growth promoters.
The concentrations of acetic acid, propionic acid and butyric acid were affected by additives, ensiling time and their interaction.
By supplying needed nutrients like niacin, L-theanine, L-tyrosine, riboflavin, vitamin C, gamma-amino butyric acid, and many more, the body can begin to restore the brain's natural reward system.
For example, Cai (2006) found that application of LAB (Chikuso-1) to round baled, whole-crop rice could improve the silage quality with lower pH value, butyric acid (BA) and ammonia nitrogen (N[H.