acids


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Chemistry adjective Relating or referring to an acid, acidic
noun
(1) A chemical that can accept a pair of electrons or donate a proton
(2) Any usually water-soluble compound that donates a hydrogen ion—H+—or proton in a chemical reaction, or can accept a pair of electrons and combine with metals to form salts
Drug slang LSD
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The fatty acid composition of seven sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) hybrids of different genotypes (LO = normal, linoleic acid, HO = high oleic acid) was examined in two different crop years (2012 and 2013) in Eastern Hungary (North latitude: 47o5' East longitude: 21o4') on calcareous chernozem soil.
"The acids in the body are classified as volatile acids (carbonic acid, [H.sub.2][CO.sub.3]) and fixed acids, which are nonvolatile acids ingested from the diet or produced within the body as intermediary or end products of metabolism.
H acid is an important dye intermediate, which is extensively used in different chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Table II.- Comparison of abundant fatty acids ( total###fatty###acid)###of###Siphonaria###ashgar belcheri and S.
These findings do not rule out the possibility that the increased ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids in the modern diet does have deleterious effects.
Among the acids in coffee, chlorogenic acid is of further significant importance.
(1997) considered that multifarious organic acids could influence the release of heavy metals from different soils and promote their solubility in soil by means of the formation of soluble metal organic acid complexes.
William Skach, who studies protein folding at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, notes that differences in proteins that have identical amino acids "could be very widespread and not appreciated at all right now."
Epidermal growth factor (EGF) stimulation of cell proliferation involves membrane-associated PLA-mediated release of arachidonic acid and linoleic acids from the cell membrane.
There is no previous research on the spatial and temporal expression of mutations altering seed fatty acids in B.