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xanthan gum

[′zan·thən ‚gəm]
(organic chemistry)
A high-molecular-weight (5-10 million) water-soluble natural gum; a heteropolysaccharide made up of building blocks ofD-glucose,D-mannose, andD-glucuronic acid residues; produced by pure culture fermentation of glucose with Xanthomonas campestris.
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5g saffron 1 pinch salt 2g xantham powder 2g lemon yellow colour INGREDIENTS White wine sauce 375ml sweet wine 500ml white wine 175g saikyo miso 25g sugar 55g butter 0.
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75% xantham gum to aid adhesion of bacteria to seeds) after surface sterilisation of seeds and prior to pre-germination.
Jain N, Babbar SB (2006) Xantham gum- an economical substitute for agar in plant tissue culture media.
The median particle sizes of the two refractories were matched as closely as possible, xantham gum was chosen as the suspension/rheological system for both coatings, the surface-active substance used was the same for both coatings, and surface tension of the two coatings was matched as closely as possible (Table 1).
The Food Additives Division will exhibit new non-dusting and tranparent grades of xantham gum.
Unit is used to draw in and wet out powdered solids such as mineral supplements and difficult to disperse stabilizers such as Xantham Gum.
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The fabrics have also been treated with substances which imitate nectars such as sucrose, fructose and xantham gum.