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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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The toxic bacterial metabolites and ammonia were reduced by acidifiers with the reduction in pathogen concentration (Dibner and Buttin, 2002).
Key Topics Covered: 1 Introduction 2 Executive Summary 3 Premium Insights 4 Market Overview 5 Feed Acidifiers Market, By Livestock 6 Feed Acidifiers Market, By Type 7 Feed Acidifiers Market, By Geography 8 Competitive Landscape 9 Company Profile Companies Mentioned:
The report also profiles key players of the feed acidifiers market.
Early nutrition had no effect on IL-6 production in birds given the control, antibiotic and acidifier diets.
Therefore, acidifiers have been used to alleviate negative effects of heat stress and to improve broiler performance by altering acid-base balance.
Feed acidifiers are also used for antibiotic purposes.
These organic acids may have the same mode of action as acidifier to provide optimal gut environment and to increase nutrient digestibility and growth performace (Gauthier, 2002).
ADDITIVES: 10 (5 emulsifiers/stabilisers, flavouring, 2 acidifiers, monosodium glutamate, preservative)
The acidifier blend used in this study, had a negative effect on the ADG, ADFI and gain:feed of weaned piglets throughout the experimental period.
Acidifiers Market By Animal Type II-33 Swine and Piglets II-33 Raising Swine Without Antibiotic Use - A Challenging Task II-33 Increasing Weaning Age II-33 Dysentery in Swine - An Economically Significant Disease II-33 Acidification of Swine Feed II-34 Acidification of Starter Diets II-35 Poultry II-36 Importance of Nutrition & Health in Poultry II-36 Broiler Performance II-37 Alternatives to Antibiotics in Poultry Animal Feed II-37 Cattle II-37 Use of Diet Acidification on Rise II-37 Types of Acidified Diets II-38 Acidification of Diet in Calves - Advantages and Benefits II-38 Usage of Organic Acid as Feed Acidifier II-38 Factors Translating to Better Economic Returns II-39 Feed Conversion Ratio II-39 High Daily Weight Gains II-39
2] antagonists, magnesium salts, methyldopa, monoamine oxidase inhibitors, probenecid, salicylates, sulfinpyrazone, sulfonamides, tricyclic antidepressants, and urinary acidifiers.
The report also focuses on the type of ingredients used in swine feed, which include antibiotics, amino acids, and feed enzymes & feed acidifiers.