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cycle

noun age, alternation, circle, circuit, consecution, course, eon, epoch, era, flow, period, recurrence, recurring period, regular return, regglarity of recurrence, repetitiveness, revolution, rotation, round, sequence, succession
See also: annum, frequency, life, sequence, succession
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In terms of organic acid content, malic acid was identified to be the predominant organic acid with a content of 1.
In the right positive quadrant, samples I, II and III of the apple were observed, with higher levels of malic acid, glucose, sucrose and total phenolic compounds.
Malic acid occurs naturally in fruits and many vegetables.
While malic acid determines the more agreeably perceived fruity acidity, pyruvic acid is responsible for the caramel sour taste of the coffee beverage.
A combination of an electrostatic spray of 2% tartaric acid and 2% grape seed extract, and a spray of 2% malic acid and 2% grape seed extract led to more reductions in bacterial log numbers--3.
Among them were sugar, glucose, sodium bicarbonate, malic acid, citric acid, flavourings and colourings, but they exploded nonetheless - a sour fizz bursting through a casing of synthetic fruit.
Micro-encapsulated CapsuDar Malic Acid allows for slow release of sour flavours.
The new drink, which contains citric acid, malic acid, L-cystine, phytic acid and methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), helps eliminate poisonous metals from the body while promoting adequate hydration.
Instead, says CSPI, the "artificially flavored blueberry bits" in the waffle mix are made from sugar, dextrose, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, soy protein concentrate, artificial flavor, salt, citric acid, cellulose gum, blue 2 lake, red 40 lake, and malic acid.
Fig Newtons also contain partially hydrogenated soybean oil, calcium lactate, malic acid and soy lecithin.
The malic acid contained in the apple is beneficial to the bowels, liver and brain.
This process, usually reserved for red wines, converts the malic acid from the grapes into the milder lactic acid, making the wine smoother and less acidic.