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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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Try not to disturb the layer of yeast at the bottom of the fermenter.
4) Ensure your carboy or fermenter is sanitized before adding the wort.
2009) showed that the flow of VA and c9t11 CLA from fermenters decreased while the flow of t10 C18:1 and t10c12 CLA increased when high concentrate diet replaced high forage diet.
Fermentation studies were carried out in a micro-processor controlled 23-I stainless steel fermenter (Biostat CS, Braun Biotechaology, Melsungen, Germany) 15-1 working-volume vessel equipped with instruments and controllers for parameters such as agitation, temperature, pH, and dissolved oxygen and fitted with a reflux cooler in the gas exhaust to minimize evaporation.
McCloskey doesn't remember the experiment in as much detail, but he is convinced that winemakers, especially in California, tend to make decisions about fermenter size and other equipment "out of thin air.
This phenomenon can be explained, because in the internal space of the fermenter the suspended solid particles may be exposed to gyration and elevation.
The BSL-3 permit allows work on live strains of anthrax which, theoretically, could be grown in the 1500 liter fermenter.
His test fermenter convinced him it would be possible to turn organic wastes (a third of the household garbage stream) into fuel and compost.
The pieces - an air compressor, refrigerator, fermenter and dryer - appeared to be the essential elements of a biological weapons laboratory, Handelman said.
Typically you can get 10-100 times more product per mass of plant material in a fermenter than in the field.
A sterilized solution in the fermenter is inoculated with microorganisms; oxygen is added, along with ingredients to control the pH.
After 48 hours in the fermenter, the solution contains about 35 grams of adipic acid per liter of fluid.
According to Walter Goldstein, ESCAgenetics R&D VP, "There's no theoretical reason the process can't be carried out in a full-scale fermenter similar to the way citric acid, pharmaceuticals like penicillin, and other bioengineered products are.
Of these, About 30,000 mg / a are to be fed to the fermentation component to be newly built (so-called plug flow fermenter as partial flow fermentation).
Hop varieties such as Simcoe, Mosiac, Equinox and Amarillo have been used in this brew, not just in the boil but dry-hopped in the fermenter as well.