Definition of Maceration. Meaning of Maceration. Synonyms of Maceration

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Emaceration
Emaceration E*mac`er*a"tion, n. Emaciation. [Obs.]

Meaning of Maceration from wikipedia

- Maceration may refer to: Maceration (food), in food preparation Maceration (wine), a step in wine-making Carbonic maceration, a wine-making technique Maceration...
- 1877. Maceration is caused by excessive amounts of fluid remaining in contact with the skin or the surface of a wound for extended periods. Maceration often...
- Macerator may refer to: Pumping station, solids maceration Maceration (sewage), machine that reduces solids to small pieces Chopper pumps, pump with cutting...
- grapes are allowed some maceration between the skins and must, but not to the extent of red wine production. While maceration is a technique usually ****ociated...
- a cooking oil is used as the liquid for macerationespecially olive or some other vegetable oil. Maceration is the chief means of producing a flavored...
- increasing the levels of skin contact, or maceration. Carbonic maceration techniques (e.g. semi-carbonic maceration) have recently been adapted to coffee...
- such as cut-marks. In most cases, maceration is done on the carc**** of an animal for educational purposes. Maceration is a form of controlled putrefaction...
- plants, maceration refers to the use of a chopper pump to create a "blended" slurry of food waste and other organic byproducts. The macerated substance...
- a very short period, usually 12–24 hours, of skin-contact (maceration). During maceration, phenolics such as the anthocyanins and tannins that contribute...
- these pure macerated oils, but blends of these oils, as well, and may macerate virtually any known herb. Base oils commonly used for maceration include almond...