cane molasses

cane molasses

[′kān mə′las·əs]
(food engineering)
The heavy, residual syrup after the crystallization of cane syrup.
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Ajinomoto is produced through fermentation by using natural products such as tapioca starch and sugar cane molasses.
The possibility of Triton X-100 use as an indole reservoir to prevent inhibition of TSase by indole and Qazvin cane molasses as a cheap L-Ser substitution for cost-effective L-Trp production was investigated.
Rich with notes of toffee, caramel, spice and vanilla, lent by time spent in wood, it's made using sugar cane molasses from East Africa and matured in English oak casks.
Thus, the objective of this work was to evaluate different levels of sugar cane molasses and glucose syrup to replace corn in the starter feed on performance and metabolism of calves.
5 thousand acres production of sugar cane molasses space 4.
Different agricultural by-products like cane molasses, wheat bran and rice polishing (1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 %) were used for optimization of the best carbon source.
The plant will process cane molasses from the Kakira Sugar Mill.
On the other hand 76 sugar mills are present in the country with a capacity 300000 tons for crushing the cane per day and the main by-product for ethanol production is cane molasses.
1995) have used cane molasses for bio-butyric acid fermentation using C.
Cane molasses is the main by-product of sugar production.
Each portion was mixed (3% on DM basis) with one of four additives (treatments): cane molasses (M), brewest yeast (Y), a mix 1:1 of M and Y (M:Y), or no additive (C).