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guar

[gwär]
(agriculture)
Cyanopsis tetragonaloba. A leguminous crop adapted to semiarid regions of the southwestern United States and Mexico. Also known as cluster bean.
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A total 41 skeletons from three shell middens identified as A, B and C in Guar Kepah were excavated by British archaeologists between 1851 and 1934 and those skeletons are now in the National Natuurhistorisch Museum in Leiden, Holland.
'If successful, guar can be grown using this water,' Gheithy said.
The study on microwave-assisted synthesis of modified guar gum is rarely reported.
Buffalo milk was standardized at 1.5% fat and guar gum was added at 0.15%, 0.30%, 0.45% levels with and without cheese milk homogenization.
According to the particulars of the case, Guar had some time in 2004 bought 50,000 units of Access Bank Plc shares through Meristem Securities Limited and gave his office address as Jos, Plateau state.
The first agri-commodity options in guar seed, which is uniquely designed by National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) and approved by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), is expected to deepen trade and will benefit farmers in reaping improved price realizations for their produce, with limited downside risk.
The new type thickening water gel and guar gum fracturing fluid gel are packed in No.
Before gel cross-linking, the base fluid was prepared by mixing high-molecular-weight guar with all additives as introduced in the formulation section except the cross-linking agent.
The aim of the present studywas to evaluate the potential of the guar gum edible coating on the extension of shelf-life and maintaining the quality of Roma tomato fruit during a 20-day storage period at 22 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C.