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acidified

/acid·i·fied/ (ah-sid´ĭ-fīd) having been made acid.
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Research already points to the unnatural behaviour of coral clownfish in an acidified environment.
Then Breidt moved on to the acidified, shelf-stable, pickled vegetables, like peppers and okra, which do not undergo pasteurization because they would fall apart in the heat.
In the screening study, acidified solvent extractions and sample preparations were carried out in accordance to the protocols by [15].
Across the board, "any exposure to the acidified seawater consistently decreased survival," White said.
The acidified sodium chlorite and chlorine treatments reduced E.
Furthermore, acidified water is expected to be more effective than dietary acidification, since organic acid intake is decreased depending on the reduction in feed consumption during heat stress (Daskiran et al.
The fermented, acidified and control vegetable samples were heat treated by boiling in their own liquor at 90[degrees]-95[degrees]C for 3 minutes.
In acidified seawater, shells of threatened periwinkles failed to thicken, the scientists report online and in an upcoming Biology Letters.
In Wales, more than 7,500 miles of streams and rivers have been acidified, harming fish, stream insects and river birds.
Estuarine areas recurrently impacted by estuarine acidification have higher levels of oyster mortality and reduced oyster growth compared with sites that are not acidified.