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homogenize

 [ho-moj´ĕ-nīz]
to convert into material that is of uniform quality or consistency throughout; to render homogeneous.

ho·mog·e·nize

(hō-moj'ĕ-nīz),
To make homogeneous.

homogenize

/ho·mog·e·nize/ (ho-moj´in-īz) to render homogeneous.

homogenize

to convert into material that is of uniform quality or consistency throughout; to render homogeneous.
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The Global Homogenizer Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the homogenizer industry.
Mini DeBEE[R] laboratory homogenizer was used for nanofibrillation of microfibrils at a pressure of 35,000 psi and a flow rate of 250 ml/min.
album from Malus domestica collected over 3 years twice each month were extracted by a Polytron homogenizer in 0.
The researchers pumped the products through a homogenizer valve at different pressures--at 250, 200, 150, 100 and 60 MPa--using two synchronized overlapped intensifiers.
The Niro Soavi NS2002H Twin Panda table-top laboratory/pilot plant homogenizer is ideal for feasibility testing and process development in the food, food ingredients, and dairy industries.
The damage measurements were performed using a beamsplitter-based calibration system in which a spatially uniform beam from an ArF excimer laser is generated using a special beam homogenizer.
The organism was also found on a sink handle at the pharmacy, in carboxymethyl-cellulose stock, and in the homogenizer used for compounding.
Bill Hanway has been named senior food technologist, responsible for operating the dairy pilot plant equipment -- a continuous barrel freezer and an UHT/HTST with homogenizer -- for making ice cream and other frozen desserts.
The suspension was then chopped into smaller particles with a high-speed homogenizer.
At targeted stages of development, embryos were frozen, rinsed twice in cold tank water, dissolved in 1 mL of TRI REAGENT, and transferred to a Dounce Homogenizer (Fisher Scientific, Pittsburgh, PA), previously washed with chloroform.
We use the homogenizer on our juicer, but a food mill would also be fine, to produce a skinless, seedless puree that we add to an equal amount of just-boiling vinegar.
Thi s moment-making also allows them the kind of transcendence that is the best hope against the great leveler and homogenizer of the global engine.