diastasis

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separation of an epiphysis from the long bone to which it is normally attached without fracture of the bone

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You must dry the sprouts at a temperature lower than 140[degrees]F to maintain the enzymes that will make your bread as good as the celebrated breads of Europe, a product known as diastatic malt.
Surgical management of diastatic linear skull fractures in infants.
He is working on a project at the school's Barley Malt Quality Lab to find out when the diastatic power of barley malt becomes a limiting factor in the amount of extract obtained in the wort, and the fermentability of that sweet wort.
In liquid or powdered form, diastatic malt is an ingredient appropriate for yeast leavened breads because it helps produce the sugar that feeds the yeast to make the dough rise.
Low diastatic syrups are used in baking at an inclusion rate of about 3 per cent.
Bakeries, however, use diastatic malt instead of sugar for the process.