oleaginous


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oleaginous

1. resembling or having the properties of oil
2. containing or producing oil
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However, in spite of the oleaginous potential of the fruits (Maripa palm), their natural populations are being gradually eliminated during the cleaning of pastures and by the practice of slash and burning of sponteneous secondary vegetation, used in the preparation of areas for agricultural crops planting.
The most important items imported from Ethiopia are live animals, grains, oleaginous fruits, medical plants, and fodder.
Known in the West as false flax, wild flax, linseed dodder, German sesame and Siberian oil-seed, camelina in the West is attracting big scientific interest for its oleaginous qualities.
This strategy is recommended for high cell density cultivation of oleaginous protists for industrial production of polyunsaturated fatty acids, especially E-3 fatty acids such as DHA.
Alastair Miles, by contrast, misses the oleaginous side of Don Basilio, the music master, but delights in the parodic deployment of his cavernous bass, more usually heard in Wagner
It looks rubbery, oleaginous, comes in a range of unappealing browny-green shades and, not surprisingly, smells overpoweringly of the sea.
And when you hear the oleaginous Grant Shapps or the irritating Iain Duncan Smith purveying their porkies, remember the immortal Mandy - no, not him, Mandy Rice Davies - whose words echo down the years.
For the farms comprised in Gr1, the prevailing TFs according to the number of farms that belong to each TF are, in order of size, TFs 1420 (cereals and roots and tubers), 1310 (cereals except rice, oleaginous plants and leguminous plants), and 1443 (combined arable crops).
No, not the musical, but the actual stuff it was named after, the oleaginous medicated goo your lolo used to plaster his hair down with until it shone like Kenkoy's mirrorfinish dome.
Lipid Turnover in Oleaginous yeasts, Journal of General Microbiology, 134: 339-346.
Oleaginous, lugubriously lipped recruiters, who would make even a snake-oil salesman blush, accused of charging sponsors a huge fee and then leaving the recruits to languish under the burden of reimbursing their huge "fees" to pay for their visas or return of passport, maids sometimes being assigned to Dickensian-style workhouse conditions and if in desperation, they run away, they enter the netherworld of being trapped in Bahrain.