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the act or an instance of demoting

a lowering in or deprivation of character or self-esteem

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The authors also report that the storage at temperatures below 10 [degrees]C retarded the degradative process of the fruits, allowing pulp firmness to remain without significant variations until 6 days.
These isolates were found among those having minimum pectin degradative properties as indicated by the zone sizes.
7) This hypothesis is supported by findings of significantly elevated levels of proinflammatory cytokines (interleukin-1 alpha) and the degradative enzyme matrix metalloproteinase-9 in patients' tears, and the subsequent improvement of symptoms after inhibiting these factors.
It is generally accepted that the age-related accumulation of "aberrant" proteins results from both the increased occurrence of damage and the decreased efficiency of degradative systems.
An animal study of sea cucumber extract (SCE), DHGs, showed that it undergoes observable metabolic degradation when administered orally and loss of sulfate group as the most important degradative metabolic pathway; only 0.
The heat aging conditions were not severe, but above 70[degrees]C natural rubber tends to start undergoing degradative processes that are not typical at room temperature, so it was considered more appropriate to go no higher; and 70 hours in an air circulating oven is an appreciable time for aging to occur.
This repair leads to an increase in degradative enzyme activity, sites of focal wound healing and tissue remodelling.
This often results in adaptation of the autochthonous organisms to the pollutants due to selective pressure and acquisition of degradative abilities [30].
6] is widely recognized for its importance in the inactivation of homocysteine by serving as coenzyme in the form of PLP for two degradative enzymes (cystathionine [beta]-synthase and cystathionine [gamma]-lyase) in the transsulfuration pathway for homocysteine removal (Selhub, 1999; Miles and Kraus, 2004).
Polypodium leucotomos has been shown in numerous studies (4,5) to inhibit degradative matrix remodeling, a main cause of photoaging.
Claim 2: A bacterium from the genus Pseudomonas containing therein at least two stable energy-generating plasmids, each of said plasmids providing a separate hydrocarbon degradative pathway.
Importantly, there are no degradative enzymes secreted, such that prior to purification, there is no protease degradation of the product.
2011) and structural elucidation of humic acids was extracted from Pakistani lignite using spectroscopic and thermal degradative techniques
Elastin Calcification in the Rat Subdermal Model is Accompanied by Up-Regulation of Degradative and Osteogenic Cellular Response.