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Synonyms for ferment

Synonyms for ferment

to be in a state of emotional or mental turmoil

an agent that stimulates or precipitates a reaction, development, or change

a state of uneasiness and usually resentment brewing to an eventual explosion

Synonyms for ferment

a state of agitation or turbulent change or development

a substance capable of bringing about fermentation

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a process in which an agent causes an organic substance to break down into simpler substances

be in an agitated or excited state

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work up into agitation or excitement

cause to undergo fermentation

go sour or spoil

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Jonsson, "Improving the fermentability of enzymatic hydrolysates of lignocellulose through chemical in-situ detoxification with reducing agents," Bioresource Technology, vol.
The mechanism underlying the hypocholesterolemic effect of soluble fibre is not completely understood, but it may be related to several properties characteristic of soluble fibre including viscosity, bile salt binding capacity and fermentability (Davidson and Mcdonald, 1998).
Scientists are now looking to distinguish fibers by their physiological benefits, such as faster intestinal transit time (to combat constipation and fend off cancer), viscosity (to bind cholesterol) and fermentability (for intestinal health).
The fuel call can also estimate the residual activity in sluggish fermentations and the fermentability of grape musts.
Fermentability is yet another quality related to the molecular weight; lower molecular weight saccharides ferment more easily.
The fermentability of polysaccharides by mixed human faecal bacteria in relation to their suitability as [kappa]-forming laxatives.
The launch range included: C*Bio-Gel 11300, a native maize starch with a relatively high viscosity; C*Bio-Gel Instant 11400, a pregelatinised maize starch used to increase viscosity; C*Bio-Dex 11200, a dextrose monohydrate sweetener with a significant cooling effect, high osmolarity and high fermentability.
Because of its fermentability it is not an effective treatment for constipation.
Its findings determined both Ambrotose complex and Advanced Ambrotose powder exhibited good selective fermentability throughout the entire colon, positive and selective bifidogenic effects and also demonstrated the possibility of enhancing species belonging to Bacteroidetes.
01) of gas production and VFA production in comparison with legume hays, which is in agreement with the findings of the present research, in which ryegrass silage showed the highest values of GY24, RGP and SCFA, which can be associated with the easy fermentability of structural carbohydrates.
Overall, the microwaving treatment as applied in the present study had relatively minor effects on barley grain fermentability, and cannot be recommended at this time.
A: In vitro fermentability of dextran oligodextran and maltodextrinby human gut bacteria.
Namarun (2010) Effect of phosphorus supplementation of ammoniatedrice straw on rumen fermentability synthesistedmicrobial protein and degradability in vitro paper presented at Annual Conference British Society of Animal Science Belfast Northern Ireland UK April 12-14 2010.
Because in all these centuries of brewing, no brewer has ever been able to get the fermentability of the malt over the mid-60s, up to 69.