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alginate

[′al·jə‚nāt]
(botany)
An algal polysaccharide that is a major constituent of the cell walls of brown algae.
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The analysts forecast the global sodium alginate market to exhibit a CAGR of 5.43% during the period 2019-2024.
Keywords: Alginate, Azotobacter vinelandii, Carica papaya waste, Physico-chemical optimization, Fermentation.
The broad band at 3300 [cm.sup.-1] is attributed to the combined absorption peaks of OH and N[H.sub.2] of the PVA, PAM, and alginate compositions.
Read and follow material data safely sheets for alginate and gypsum cement/hydrostone.
Of those ulcers, 64/67 (96%), in the study group healed completely at 12 weeks, compared with 26/40 (65%) of the alginate group (P less than .0001.) The researchers did not notice any adverse effects related to either dressing.
Alginate impressions are usually used for making working casts and diagnostic casts.
Effect of synthetic seed composition on germination: To evaluate the effect of synthetic seed composition on germination rate, synthetic seeds (7mm size) of three different compositions (3% Alginate in MS salts, 3% Alginate in MS salts + 3% sucrose and 3% Alginate in MS salts + 3% sucrose + 0.6 mg/l BAP) were prepared and allowed to germinate after defined period of storage on germination medium under 16/8 hrs photoperiod provided by 2000 lux light.
The AIN and ALG treatments did not present significant differences (P<0.05) among themselves since the size of the alginate microparticles was 233.5 [+ or -] 6.43 [micro]m.
The MRI results showed that the alginate group underwent less reduction of water mobility after seven days of storage.