cachaca

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ca·cha·ca

or ca·cha·ça  (kə-shä′sə)
n.
A white Brazilian rum made from sugarcane.

[Brazilian Portuguese cachaça, of unknown origin.]

cachaça

(kəˈtʃæsə)
n
a white Brazilian rum made from sugar cane
[c19: from Brazilian Portuguese]
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The PSORS1C1 haplotypes CAGGTG and CAGACA and the STARD3 haplotypes (CA+GA+CG) had a lower cumulative effect on the expression of NM23 (0R=0.44,95% CI=0.30-0.65; 0R=0.56, 95%=0.32-0.99; 0R=0.65, 95% CI=0.47-0.91, respectively) (Table 2), compared to the PSORS1C1 haplotype TGCACA and the STARD3 haplotype GG, respectively.
However, there was no statistically difference between PSORS1C1 haplotypes CAGGTG, CAGACA, and CGCACA+CGGGCA, when compared to TGCACA (Table 2).
The other haplotypes (CAGGTG, CAGACA, CGCACA, and CGGGCA) had a lower cumulative effect on the expression of NM23 when compared with the TGCACA haplotype.
Over time and with the proper conditions, the froth, called cagaca becomes fermented and produces a clear alcoholic substance.