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acidifier

 [ah-sid´ĭ-fi″er]
an agent that causes acidity, especially in the stomach.

acidifier

/acid·i·fi·er/ (-fi-er) an agent that causes acidity; a substance used to increase gastric acidity.

acidifier (əsid´ifī´ur),

n a chemical ingredient (acetic acid) that maintains the required acidity of the fixer and stop-bath solutions in the photographic development process.

acidifier

an agent that causes acidity; a substance used to increase gastric or urine acidity.
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Ammonium chloride is a urinary acidifier as well as a respiratory expectorant.
However, improved morphological dimensions were reported in broilers treated with an acidifier without any bacterial challenge (Ao et al.
Therefore, the present study was planned to assess the comparative effect of multivitamins, acidifiers and Azolla, either alone or combination, on growth performance, profitability and lipid profiles of broiler chickens for producing safe and cost effective broiler.
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Study of the effect of prebiotic (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) and acidifier on growth parameters in grower's rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).
In the chemical and food industry substances as acidifiers, flavorings, paints, enzymes, microorganisms, minerals, lipids, vitamins and amino acids the microencapsulation has been useful and important technique to protect them from temperature, oxidation, moisture and undesirable reactions (ALVIM; GROSSO, 2010; BAKAN, 1973; KAREL, 1990).
Consumer interest in natural products will continue to impact the nutritional chemical segment favorably as products such as acidifiers, amino acids, carotenoids, enzymes, herbs, probiotics and other ingredients with a more "natural" profile are used to replace controversial additives.
Among the most widely employed alternatives are the addition of beneficial microorganisms or probiotics and/or their metabolites (organic acids, bacteriocins), prebiotics (oligosaccharides), organic acidifiers, yeast extracts and other growth stimulants.
In-water application of a liquid mixture of feed acidifiers, garlic and microbial cell extracts augmented the serological response of chickens to the vaccines prepared from inactivated ND and IBD viruses (Gabor et al.
Potential treatment products, including vaginal acidifiers, moisturizers, vaginal estrogens, and/or oral or vaginal antimicrobials, are described in more depth elsewhere in this article, although their comparative effectiveness has not been studied.
Chlorosis, which I have mentioned in a previous article, remains evident in young Neem trees and can be counteracted with soil acidifiers, sulphur, for example.