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Synonyms for acidify

make sour or more sour

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The feed acidifiers market is projected to reach a value of USD 2.05 billion by 2021 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 6.3% from 2016 to 2021.
The birds were fed diets; [D.sub.1] (control diet, no multivitamin or acidifier), [D.sub.2] ([D.sub.1] with supplementation of 1 mL multivitamin/liter drinking water), [D.sub.3] ([D.sub.1] with supplementation of 1 mL acidifier/liter drinking water) and [D.sub.4] ([D.sub.1] with supplementation of 1 mL multivitamin and 2 mL acidifier/liter drinking water) in experiment 1, and [T.sub.1] (control diet-no Azolla or multivitamin and acidifier), [T.sub.2] (5% Azolla in the diet), [T.sub.3] (7% Azolla in the diet) and [T.sub.4] ([T.sub.1] with supplementation of 1 mL multivitamin and 1 mL acidifier/liter drinking water) in experiment 2 for a period of 35 days (Table 1).
Furthermore, dietary acidifiers have been widely used in piglets and there is limited study on the effect of organic acids in finishing pigs.
The acidifier blend used in this study, had a negative effect on the ADG, ADFI and gain:feed of weaned piglets throughout the experimental period.
Chicks given the MOS and acidifier both had heavier (p < 0.001) body weight at d 14 than the antibiotic-supplemented chicks and the control chicks (before C.
7.0 pH is neutral; anything below that is acidic and anything above 7.0 is alkaline.) If your cat refuses to change diets, you may need to give a urinary acidifier such as methionine.
[58.] Abu-Elala NM, Ragaa NM (2015) Eubiotic effect of a dietary acidifier (potassium diformate) on the health status of cultured Oreochromis niloticus.
Ammonium chloride is a urinary acidifier as well as a respiratory expectorant.
In food industry, the citric acid is used as an acidifier and antioxidant to control the browning process [18, 19].
The differences in the pH and titratable acidity values between these authors and our study are attributed to the fact that commercial available ready-to-drink teas contain citric acid as acidifier and sodium citrate as pH stabilizer to extend the shelf life of product.
It is a legal additive in beverages as an acidifier and preservative in fruit juices and foods [6].