Abdel-Gader pointed out that they recently agreed with the United Nations to establish the African Gum Arabic
Council headquarters in Khartoum, expecting demand for the commodity would significantly increase during the coming period.
Effective application of gum arabic
in paper manufacturing, meat processing, and processing vegetable juices
The aim of this investigation was carried to evaluate the effect of gum Arabic
was taken orally which supplemented with low protein diet and some minerals on chronic kidney diseases in rats.
1 g of Gum Arabic
were added into the solution and the mixture was stirred for 2 h.
At the end of the storage period, there was statistical difference in all samples and the powder produced with 'umbu-caja' pulp formulated with 10% of gum arabic
showed the highest content of reducing sugars, because the greater the addition of additive, the higher the dilution of the sugars from the fruit.
Importance of socio-economic factors in the collection of NTFPs: The case of gum Arabic
Price reports that their published paper has already prompted commercial inquiries about the polysaccharide, including its potential as a domestic alternative to imported gum Arabic
Materials: Cellulose, gum Arabic
and carageenan wereobtained from local market in A Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Though some countries appear in this belt as Gum Arabic
producers, Sudan occupies a commanding position as the world largest producer, followed by Chad and Nigeria.
This study reviews the literature, data and research experiences on the production and marketing of gum arabic
in Cameroon, Niger and Senegal.
Gum acacia (babool) or gum acacia, hashab (Arabic), gum arabic
tree with botanical name Acacia nilotica of family leguminosae is an important forest tree of Indo-Pak subcontinent.
Acacia gum, also called gum Arabic
, is obtained from the stems and branches of acacia trees, widely distributed throughout the Sahelian regions of Africa which make up the ''gum belt.