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fixed oil

[¦fikst ′ȯil]
(materials)
A nonvolatile fatty oil of vegetable origin.
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proteins, tannins, glycosides and fixed oils, which are actually responsible for pharmacological action of the plant.
Twelve weeks oral treatment of rats with fixed oil significantly decreased serum TC, TGs and glucose levels, slowed body weight gain, significantly increased haematocrit and hemoglobin levels, but significantly reduced leukocyte and platelet counts (41,54).
Content of crude protein, fixed oil and lecithin in Sudanese seed accessions of fenugreek (Trigonella foenumgraecum L.).
KEY WORDS: Anti-inflammatory; Fixed Oil; Formaldehyde Induced Arthritis; Nigella sativa; Paw Edema
sativa fixed oil to test its antibacterial and antifungal activity, and the result shows a validation for the folk use of this oil as an antibacterial and antifungal medicine [45].
nucifera seeds fixed oil possess promising therapeutic potential as a new antifungal and antileishmanial agent.
The oil pressure level was obtained by fixed oil pump dependent on the engine speed.
Cinnamon seeds contain 33 per cent fixed oil, formerly used for making candles.
Within these accounting reforms, the non-oil gross domestic product (GDP) can be calculated on the grounds of fixed oil prices that increase by small rates according to the actual increase in the price of oil barrel for a fixed period of one year.
European fuel efficiency standards for new vehicles will lead to a lower global oil price, according to a new study published, on 7 April, by Enerdata energy consulting.aEconomic assessments of energy efficiency measures normally use fixed oil prices when accounting for economic benefits.