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Synonyms for citrus fruit

any of numerous fruits of the genus Citrus having thick rind and juicy pulp

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According to the company, CLENPIQ has established efficacy and safety based on clinical trials with another oral formulation of sodium picosulfate, magnesium oxide and anhydrous citric acid.
These two cycles create products of that are chemically the same as the products of the citric acid cycle.
The Commerce Department preliminarily determined that exporters from Belgium, Colombia, and Thailand have sold citric acid and certain citrate salts in the United States at 4.
The citric acid supplementation can improve the P availability and minerals in fish (Sugiura and Hardy, 2000).
Acid standards for citric acid, oxalic acid, malic acid and tartaric acids were attained from Sigma-Aldrich Co.
Chinese exporters have since been using Cambodia as an intermediary port to sneak citric acid into Europe duty-free, the EC alleges in its announcement of a nine-month investigation.
The addition of citric acid has been reported to increase the phosphorous absorption by dephosphorylation of phytate (Zyla et al.
Now a day's citric acid has gained importance for its activity in the enhancement of feed utilization and health of fish and shellfish diets (Lim et al.
2016 Major Manufacturers Analysis of Anhydrous Citric Acid: - Archer Daniels Midland, American Tartaric Products, Cargill, Gadot Biochemical Industries, Citrique Belge, Foodchem International Corporation, Jungbunzlauer, Thai Anhydrous Citric Acid, Huangshi Xinghua Biochemical, COFCO Bio-chemical, Laiwu Taihe Biochemical many More Industry Profiles Overview.
Both materials were later submitted to chemical treatment with 0,6 M citric acid with a 40 g biomass/200 mL acid proportion under constant agitation at 200 rpm and 60[degrees]C for two hours.
Over the accelerated study, the hummus samples containing natamycin had lower yeast and mold counts compared to all other preservative treatments when acidified with citric or citric-acetic acid.
Being thicker and denser means that the passivation layer created by a nitric acid passivation process will last longer than one produced using citric acid.
Strontium citrate is made from two atoms of strontium and one molecule of citric acid.
The coapplication of two topical creams, one containing 6% sodium nitrite and another containing 9% citric acid, together producing nitric oxide, was effective in treating genital warts in close to one-third of patients, in a study published online April 29 in JAMA Dermatology.
com)-- Citric acid was widely used in the food & beverage industry as an acidulant.