retrogradation


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Synonyms for retrogradation

a return to a former, usually worse condition

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The rate of retrogradation, which is a ratio of the microbial population on KAA confirmative agar to that on beef-extract agar, varies depending on preceding crops.
Au moment de l'entretien, elle ne semble pas particulierement frustree par cette retrogradation socioprofessionnelle, son principal objectif etant de devenir a l'aise en anglais :
The RITM said the alleged cooked fake rice sample was morphologically different or different in form and structure from the cooked NFA rice sample because further investigation showed that the rice sample underwent retrogradation process that resulted from a series of freezing, thawing, and heating that rice sample went through.
Ti-clinohumite can be preserved within calcite, which isolated Ticlinohumite from ulterior retrogradation and allowed its preservation.
Le changement de leader--soit administratif, soit politique entraine souvent une retrogradation de la mesure de la performance dans les priorites (Sanger 2013).
Yet, spurred by his "desenfranchised" reason's "intemperance of knowledge," and encouraged by the quick progress it was making, man failed to see or affected not to see that "each advance in practical science" was but "a retrogradation in the true utility," and that "widest waste was at the cost of highest civilization"; man "could not but acknowledge the majesty of Nature"; he even "stalked a God in his own fancy"; yet, in his vanity, in his "infantine imbecility," he chose to be the master; he "could not both know and succumb"; childishly exulting "at his acquired and still-increasing dominion over [nature's] elements," he disregarded "those principles which should have taught our race to submit to the guidance of the natural laws, rather than attempt their control.
This is because, they are susceptible to retrogradation, syneresis, unwanted viscosity as a result of their inability to withstand the typical industrial processing conditions such as extreme temperature, pH, high shear rate, and freeze thaw variation encountered during manufacture of food and allied products.
A cela s'ajoute le manque de leadership avere autant cote prive que public avec, l'echec total de la restructuration de la Federation nationale du Tourisme, la retrogradation du secteur et sa [beaucoup moins que]banalisation[beaucoup plus grand que].
Monitoring the vernal advancement of retrogradation (green wave effect) of natural vegetation.
C'est aussi une occasion pour presenter des indicateurs a meme de dissiper les doutes et les apprehensions, caracterisant cette periode de transition fortement marquee par une retrogradation des classements de la Tunisie.
Reason of the lowest retrogradation in oxidized starch could be the presence of carbonyl and carboxyl groups on polymeric chains of starchThe gel elasticity of native starch after 24 hours storage under refrigeration conditions was higher than modified starches.
Cela se traduirait par une grande absorption d'eau entrainant la retrogradation de l'amidon et une liberation d'une plus grande quantite de sucre dans le milieu.
In order to prevent retrogradation, some amide-based co-plasticizers such as formamide and acetamide were used (25).
It reduces starch retrogradation after baking and thus provides baked goods with improved and longer-lasting freshness.
Episode C1 represents the Transgressive Deposits (TD) of the studied Sequence C, as indicated by the retrogradation of the low-energy distal facies 1 until the maximum flooding surface (mfs, green dashed line in Fig.