propionate

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pro·pi·o·nate

(prō'pē-ō-nāt), Avoid the mispronunciations pro-pī'ō-nāt and pro'prē-ō-nāt.
A salt or ester of propionic acid.

propionate

/pro·pi·o·nate/ (pro´pe-o-nāt) any salt of propionic acid.

pro·pi·o·nate

(prō'pē-ŏ-nāt)
A salt or ester of propionic acid.

propionate

any salt of propionic acid. A precursor for glucose in the ruminant.

sodium propionate
used as a prophylactic against acetonemia in cows.
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