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  • n. The vessel in which fermentation takes place


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  • Meanwhile, the collection grew to include photomultiplier tubes, cryogenic dewars, X-ray machines and a Fermacell fermentor, used in growing cell cultures.

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  • It also requires access to particular laboratory equipment such as a lyophilizer or other drying device, biological safety cabinet or other containment device, incubator, centrifuge, fermentor, and various protective gear, all of which Dr. Ivins had readily accessible to him through his employment at USAMRIID.

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  • For a dry wine, Rack in two weeks and return to secondary fermentor.

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  • Strain into secondary fermentor, squeezing out as much liquid as possible from the grapes, and attach airlock.

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  • Siphon into secondary fermentor and attach airlock.

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  • Stir gently, and place back into secondary fermentor.

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  • For a dry wine, Rack in three weeks and return to secondary fermentor.

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  • Put into secondary fermentor and place airlock on the bottle.

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  • Combine the two batches of liquid in the primary fermentor.

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  • In 3 to 5 days, when the frothing ceases, strain the wine and place it in the secondary fermentor and attach air lock.

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