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  • 1 Fermentation (biochemistry) — Fermentation in progress: scum formed by CO2 gas bubbles and fermenting material. See also Fermentation for particular usages of the fermentation process Fermentation is the process of extracting energy from the oxidation of organic compounds,… …

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  • 2 Fermentation (food) — Fermentation in food processing typically refers to the conversion of sugar to alcohol using yeast under anaerobic conditions. A more general definition of fermentation is the chemical conversion of carbohydrates into alcohols or acids. When… …

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  • 3 Fermentation (wine) — Fermenting must. The process of fermentation in wine turns grape juice into an alcoholic beverage. During fermentation, yeast interact with sugars in the juice to create ethanol, commonly known as ethyl alcohol, and carbon dioxide (as a …

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  • 4 Ethanol fermentation — is the biological process by which sugars such as glucose, fructose, and sucrose are converted into cellular energy and thereby producing ethanol and carbon dioxide as metabolic waste products. Yeasts carry out ethanol fermentation on sugars in… …

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  • 5 Dark fermentation — is the fermentative conversion of organic substrate to biohydrogen. It is a complex process manifested by diverse group of bacteria by a series of biochemical reactions involving three steps similar to anaerobic conversion. Dark fermentation… …

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  • 6 Industrial fermentation — is the intentional use of fermentation by microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi to make products useful to humans. Fermented products have applications as food as well as in general industry. Contents 1 Food fermentation 2 Pharmaceuticals and …

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  • 7 ABE fermentation — is a process that utilizes bacterial fermentation to produce acetone, butanol and ethanol from starch. It was the primary process used to make acetone during World War II, such as to produce Cordite. The process is anaerobic (it must not have any …

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  • 8 Syngas fermentation — Syngas fermentation, also known as synthesis gas fermentation, is a microbial process. In this process, a mixture of hydrogen, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide, known as syngas, is used as carbon and energy sources, and then converted into… …

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  • 9 Stickland fermentation — is the name for a chemical reaction that involves the coupled oxidation and reduction of amino acids to organic acids. The electron donor amino acid is oxidised to a volatile carboxylic acid one carbon atom shorter than the original amino acid.… …

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  • 10 bread — breadless, adj. breadlessness, n. /bred/, n. 1. a kind of food made of flour or meal that has been mixed with milk or water, made into a dough or batter, with or without yeast or other leavening agent, and baked. 2. food or sustenance; livelihood …

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  • 11 ferment — I. n. 1. Yeast, leaven, barm. 2. Fermentation, fungic transformation. 3. Agitation, commotion, tumult, heat, glow, fever, state of excitement. II. v. a. 1. Set in fermentation, set fermenting, produce fermentation in, transform by means of a… …

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  • 12 leavening — noun 1. an influence that works subtly to lighten or modify something (Freq. 1) his sermons benefited from a leavening of humor • Syn: ↑leaven • Hypernyms: ↑imponderable 2. a substance used to produce fermentation in dough or a liquid …

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  • 13 grape — grapelike, adj. /grayp/, n. 1. the edible, pulpy, smooth skinned berry or fruit that grows in clusters on vines of the genus Vitis, and from which wine is made. 2. any vine bearing this fruit. 3. a dull, dark, purplish red color. 4. grapes, (used …

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  • 14 Timeline of biology and organic chemistry — A timeline of significant events in biology and organic chemistryBefore 1600* c. 450 B.C. Sushruta writes the Sushruta Samhita , describing over 120 surgical instruments and 300 surgical procedures, classifies human surgery in 8 categories, and… …

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  • 15 Water buffalo rumen ecology — Water or Swamp Buffalo rumen ecology refers to the ecology of the rumen (the first chamber of the digestive system of a rudiment) of the water buffalo ( Bubalus bubalis )The rumen of the water buffalo has important differences to that of other… …

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  • 16 leavening — leav•en•ing [[t]ˈlɛv ə nɪŋ[/t]] n. 1) coo Also called leav′ening a′gent. a substance used to produce fermentation in dough 2) the process of causing fermentation by leaven 3) coo leaven 3) • Etymology: 1600–10 …

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  • 17 leaven — I. noun Etymology: Middle English levain, from Anglo French levein, from Vulgar Latin *levamen, from Latin levare to raise more at lever Date: 14th century 1. a. a substance (as yeast) used to produce fermentation in dough or a liquid; especially …

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  • 18 Leaven — Leav en, n. [OE. levain, levein, F. levain, L. levamen alleviation, mitigation; but taken in the sense of, a raising, that which raises, fr. levare to raise. See {Lever}, n.] 1. Any substance that produces, or is designed to produce, fermentation …

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  • 19 leavening — /lev euh ning/, n. 1. Also called leavening agent. a substance used to produce fermentation in dough or batter; leaven. 2. the act or process of causing to ferment by leaven. 3. leaven (def. 3). [1600 10; LEAVEN + ING1] * * * …

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  • 20 unleavened — adj. lacking leaven, not having a substance used to produce fermentation in dough …

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