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acacia gum

[ə′kā·shyə ‚gəm]
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More recently, western countries discovered that acacia gum is also a dietary fiber with very interesting nutritional properties [59].
coli cells in pullulan and acacia gum (~6.1 and 11.2 kcal/mol), what suggests C26 is more resistant to the adverse conditions imposed by storage.
The objective of this study was to develop and evaluate microbiological, physical, chemical and sensory characteristics of minas frescal cheese with inulin and acacia gum.
Due to its emulsifying and film-forming properties, the use of acacia gum, in combination with maltodextrin or inulin, made it possible to obtain more stable initial emulsions with a controlled size distribution, about 2 [micro]m, monodispersed.
We have recently demonstrated that acacia gum (AG) treatment was effective in ameliorating several biochemical and histopathological indices, and motor and behavioral changes in adenine-induced CRF (Ali et at, 2010; Ali et al., 2011).
The $40,000USD (pounds 26,000) from the Food Agriculture Organisation (FAO), a branch of the UN, has been earmarked to help the population of South Sudan earn a living from the export of acacia gums.
Colloides Naturels (CNI) is the global leader in acacia gum (gum arabic) and is a major supplier to the food, beverage and industrial markets.
Phillips, Acacia gum (Gum Arabic): a nutritional fibre; metabolism and calorific value, Food Addit Contam., Vol.
Aveda products always use plant and mineral ingredients rather than synthetics and the acacia gum used here is organic, produced and harvested by 35 individual communities of the Mawcharra Tawil group of Chad.
A basic confectionery ingredient for gums, jellies and pastilles is QUICK GUM--Gum Arabic (Acacia Gum).
Potassium bisulphate, polyvinyl-polypyrrolidine and acacia gum go into many wines.