The product should meet the equivalent n / w quality parameters: Plant growth stimulator in its composition containing free amino acids in the form of bio-active.
What does FAA stand for?
FAA stands for Free Amino Acid
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- Focus Area Assessments
- Forças Armadas Angolanas (Angolan Armed Forces)
- Forces Armées Australiennes (French: Australian Defense Forces)
- Foreign Airlines Association (UK)
- Foreign Assistance Act
- Formation Appliquée aux Assurances (French: Applied Training for Insurance)
- FORSCOM Action Agent (US Army)
- Forward Assembly Area
- Frais d'Améliorations Aéroportuaires (French: Airport Improvement Fees; Canada)
- Franco Anglaise d'Assurances (French insurance company)
- Free of All Average
- Freedom of Access Act (Maine)
- Frequency Allocation Authority (Pakistan)
- Fresh Acid Add
- Friendly Aviation Associaton (Federal Aviation Administration slang)
- Fuerza Aérea Argentina (Argentinian Air Force)
- Fujikura Automotive America
- Functional Area Analysis
- Functional Area Assessment/Assignment
- Fund Administering Activity
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Each five fish from each replication of two groups were selected at equivalent weight to analyze free amino acid profiles of dorsal muscle.
The higher concentration of free amino acids mainly differentiated sourdough fermented wheat germ bread from wheat flour bread and raw wheat germ bread.
Aspartic acid/asparagine and proline predominated in the free amino acid pool, and consequently for total amino acids as well.
D LiHP column and a set of Lithium Citrate buffers to extract the free amino acid content from the tea leaves.
According to the study, this increased absorption rate raises levels of free amino acids by 100% and branched-chain amino acid levels (BCAAs) by 250% more than when whey protein is digested without Triarco Industries' patented enzyme system.
At selected time-points, aliquots of exchange reactions were diluted 10-fold with 200 mmol/L ammonium acetate, pH 5, to stop exchange reactions, and free amino acids were removed by ultrafiltration.
The free amino acids were estimated by the method of Moore and Stein (1954).