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or·gan·ic ac·id

an acid made up of molecules containing organic radicals; for example, acetic acid, citric acid, which contain the ionizable -COOH group.

or·gan·ic ac·id

(ōr-gan'ik as'id)
An acid composed of molecules containing organic radicals; e.g., acetic acid, citric acid, which contain the ionizable -COOH group.

organic acid

An acid containing the carboxyl radical, –COOH. Organic acids include acetic acid, formic acid, lactic acid, and all fatty acids.
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I have noticed that arabinose, a marker indicating yeast/fungal overgrowth on the organic acid test at the Great Plains Laboratory, is correlated with high amounts of oxalates (Figure 1).
2%) increased the LM area and there was linear effect with the increasing concentration of organic acids.
Different organic acids, such as tartaric, malic, lactic, citric, acetic, ascorbic, butyric, sorbic, and succinic acids, could be responsible for the high titratable acidity and lower pH in yellow wine.
Heavy-metal extraction with LMW organic acids (acetic, oxalic and citric) was performed using solutions of various concentrations (0.
Phased addition of organic acids resulted in a different chemical environment; it is unlikely that there was direct reaction between the carboxylic acid and phosphate in solution.
Organic acids and phenolic compounds are determinants in many physiological activities in fruits.
In regard to other organic acids it was noticed that their content during storage first decreased and then increased towards the end of the storage time.
One approach to enhance the performance of fatty acids as mold inhibitors involves the use of adjuvants such as organic acids.
Many investigators have found that organic acids enhance the dissolution of aluminosilicate minerals or quartz (Huang and Keller 1970; Tan 1980; Bennett et al.
This finding correlates with both the increased release of organic acids from the sorghum root over time and with the increased expression of SbMATE that results from exposure to soil aluminum.
It has never been reported how organic acids influence the growth of T.
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