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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

an agent that causes acidity; a substance used to increase gastric or urine acidity.
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Growth performance of broiler fed diet with or without multivitamin or acidifier at 35 days of age: Live weight (p<0.
The feed acidifiers market is projected to reach a value of USD 2.
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Finally, you will want to buy a floral preservative, which contains sugar, an acidifier and a biocide that together increase the vase life of many flowers.
Or provide the preservative's essential ingredients--sugar, acidifier, and biocide--with kitchen supplies: Mix one part regular (not diet) lemon-lime soda to three parts water, or stir 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 teaspoon vinegar, and a crushed aspirin into 24 ounces of water.
Ammonium Polysulfide (APS)--A combination fertilizer and soil acidifier containing 20% N and 36% S.
Three primary components of preservatives are sugar (carbohydrates to nourish), biocide (inhibits the growth of microorganisms), and an acidifier (lowers pH levels).
ADDITIVES: 9 (glazing agent, gelling agent, flavourings, acidifier,
In spring and fall, treat you shrubs to a long drink of a soil acidifier.
I take a urinary acidifier (methanamine hippurate) twice a day.