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acidulated

/acid·u·lat·ed/ (ah-sid´u-lāt″ed) rendered acid in reaction.
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It was found that, broilers fed diets containing two different forms of canola oil showed a better growth rate when compared to females fed diets containing tallow and acidulated soybean oil soapstock (Gallardo et al.
Phosphate rock acidulated with sulfuric acid and ammonium thiosulfate as sources of phosphorus for cowpea in two soils
To Clive Bell, Virginia Woolf described Julia Strachey's manuscript as "a very cute, clever, indeed rather remarkable acidulated story" (L5 27).
Effect of self-brushing with acidulated phosphate-fluoride (pH 5.
Extra-Caloric' Properties of acidulated soybean oil soapstock for broilers during hot weather.
Professionally applied acidulated phosphate fluoride (APF) has been used for dental caries control since the 1970s, and its anticaries effectiveness has been demonstrated.
Work, who has a bit of an IT background, is particularly proud of a set of interlocked spreadsheets that automate the zillions of little calculations that go into winemaking--how the addition of some acidulated water affects the pH of a wine, and what that translates into grams of sulfur dioxide to add at some point.
Add the acidulated milk to the mixture and knead lightly.
A dose-dependent effect has been demonstrated in the analysis of enamel resistance to a cariogenic challenge following the application of an acidulated phosphate fluoride (APF) or sodium fluoride (NaF) gel, with greater fluoride absorption and a more efficient reduction in demineralisation in enamel treated with APF than with NaF [Delbem and Cury, 2002].