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Synonyms for fermentation

a state of agitation or turbulent change or development

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

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Ethanol and urea released by yeast cells during alcoholic fermentation are the major precursors for EC in wine.
ALCOHOLIC FERMENTATION The process by which yeast (see) turns sugar into carbon dioxide (C02) and alcohol.
1] is degraded during alcoholic fermentation of contaminated maize (13,14), isizulu (alcoholic fermented beverage) had no detectable levels of [FB.
Wine is defined, under Italian law, as the product of the complete or partial alcoholic fermentation of grape juice or grape must.
CINCINNATI, May 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Elanco Animal Health, in partnership with HealthPro Brands, has created a new all-natural product that can be used to combat large bacteria contaminations that harm the alcoholic fermentation process.
The company has shown great success in manufacturing a range of products that allows winemakers to mimic successful wild alcoholic fermentation and innovative cultures to manage malolactic fermentations.
Aldehydes are a group of transient flavor compounds produced during alcoholic fermentation and have low taste thresholds [26].
The term wine is applied to the product made by alcoholic fermentation by yeast of fruits or fruit juice, with an aging process.
sketches out how the terms fermentation and ferment in various languages in the Mediterranean world and western Europe were used in alchemical efforts and in subsequent controversies about the nature of alcoholic fermentation.