from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A product of hydrolysis.
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- n. Any product of a hydrolysis reaction
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- n. a product of hydrolysis
The term natural flavor or natural flavoring means the essential oil, oleoresin, essence or extractive, protein hydrolysate, distillate, or any product of rasting, heating or enzymolysis... whose significant function in food is flavoring rather than nutritional.
There are probably a wide range of other applications of this new compound called gelatin hydrolysate, and it is all natural...no genetically modified ingredients.
Elemental formulas are also lactose free and are made with hydrolysate proteins, which are easy to digest for infants with protein allergies.
It is ironic that the first batch of VX hydrolysate was incinerated in Port Arthur last month on April 22-Earth Day.
Army to incinerate 1.8 million gallons of caustic VX hydrolysate waste water near Port Arthur's Carver Terrace housing project.
More than 1.8 million gallons of caustic VX hydrolysate waste water will be incinerated near the mostly black Carver Terrace housing project. '
More properly known as gelatin hydrolysate, it is also used in shampoos and conditioners, lipsticks, protein drinks, arthritis relief formulas and many other products that Joe will never touch the rest of his life.
Shoot tip explants from standing trees were treated with benzyl aminopurine, kinetin and casein hydrolysate to promote shoot proliferation.
A study of Candida utilis grown on rye grass straw hydrolysate by continuous fermentation was reported by Han and Anderson in 1974 (23).
The hydrolysate obtained is used as substrate for SCP production, giving rise to a product consisting wholly of fungal mycelia or yeast cells.
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