a.1.(Chem.) Having two hydrogen atoms which can be replaced by negative atoms or radicals to form salts; - said of bases. See Diacid.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Birds fed the Biacid or Enramycin supplemented diets recorded 3 and 5.5% more gain, respectively, than the control birds.
No significant differences were detected on either BWG or FI between the control group and those fed Biacid or Enramycin supplemented diets during the different intervals or the entire period.
However, there were minor increases in the relative weight of liver, spleen and thymus of birds fed Galliacid or Biacid supplemented diets compared to those fed the control or Enramycin supplemented diets.
The results showed that the addition of Galliacid or Biacid significantly (p<0.001) decreased Escherichia coli and Salmonella compared to the control and Enramycin supplemented diet.