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Other species yield useful materials like gums from ACACIA and various LECTINS like PHYTOHEMAGGLUTININS from PHASEOLUS. Many of them harbor NITROGEN FIXATION bacteria on their roots. Many but not all species of "beans" belong to this family.Anthraquinones: Compounds based on ANTHRACENES which contain two KETONES in any position. Substitutions can be in any position except on the ketone groups.Pueraria: A plant genus of the family FABACEAE a common weed of the southeast US. There has been folk use for alcoholism and liver protection. It contains puerarin, kakkalide, daidzein (isoflavonoids), and kudzusaponins (oleanene-type triterpene glycosides).Tropical Climate: A climate which is typical of equatorial and tropical regions, i.e., one with continually high temperatures with considerable precipitation, at least during part of the year. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)Ethnobotany: The study of plant lore and agricultural customs of a people. 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Guar seed beta-mannan synthase is a member of the cellulose synthase super gene family. (1/3)

Genes for the enzymes that make plant cell wall hemicellulosic polysaccharides remain to be identified. We report here the isolation of a complementary DNA (cDNA) clone encoding one such enzyme, mannan synthase (ManS), that makes the beta-1, 4-mannan backbone of galactomannan, a hemicellulosic storage polysaccharide in guar seed endosperm walls. The soybean somatic embryos expressing ManS cDNA contained high levels of ManS activities that localized to Golgi. Phylogenetically, ManS is closest to group A of the cellulose synthase-like (Csl) sequences from Arabidopsis and rice. Our results provide the biochemical proof for the involvement of the Csl genes in beta-glycan formation in plants.  (+info)

Analysis of cDNA libraries from developing seeds of guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub). (2/3)

BACKGROUND: Guar, Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub, is a member of the Leguminosae (Fabaceae) family and is economically the most important of the four species in the genus. The endosperm of guar seed is a rich source of mucilage or gum, which forms a viscous gel in cold water, and is used as an emulsifier, thickener and stabilizer in a wide range of foods and industrial applications. Guar gum is a galactomannan, consisting of a linear (1-->4)-beta-linked D-mannan backbone with single-unit, (1-->6)-linked, alpha-D-galactopyranosyl side chains. To better understand regulation of guar seed development and galactomannan metabolism we created cDNA libraries and a resulting EST dataset from different developmental stages of guar seeds. RESULTS: A database of 16,476 guar seed ESTs was constructed, with 8,163 and 8,313 ESTs derived from cDNA libraries I and II, respectively. Library I was constructed from seeds at an early developmental stage (15-25 days after flowering, DAF), and library II from seeds at 30-40 DAF. Quite different sets of genes were represented in these two libraries. Approximately 27% of the clones were not similar to known sequences, suggesting that these ESTs represent novel genes or may represent non-coding RNA. The high flux of energy into carbohydrate and storage protein synthesis in guar seeds was reflected by a high representation of genes annotated as involved in signal transduction, carbohydrate metabolism, chaperone and proteolytic processes, and translation and ribosome structure. Guar unigenes involved in galactomannan metabolism were identified. Among the seed storage proteins, the most abundant contig represented a conglutin accounting for 3.7% of the total ESTs from both libraries. CONCLUSION: The present EST collection and its annotation provide a resource for understanding guar seed biology and galactomannan metabolism.  (+info)

Antihypercholesterolaemic influence of dietary tender cluster beans (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) in cholesterol fed rats. (3/3)

BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVES: Cluster beans (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) are rich source of soluble fibre content and are known for their cholesterol lowering effect. The beneficial anti-hypercholesterolaemic effect of whole dietary cluster beans as a source of dietary fibre was evaluated in high cholesterol diet induced hypercholesterolaemia in experimental rats. METHODS: Male Wistar rats (90-95 g) divided in six groups of 10 rats each were used. Freeze dried tender cluster beans were included at 12.5 and 25 per cent levels in the diet of animals maintained for 8 wk either on high (0.5%) cholesterol diet or basal control diet. RESULTS: Significant anti-hypercholesterolaemic effect was seen in cluster bean fed animals, the decrease in serum cholesterol being particularly in the LDL associated fraction. There was also a beneficial increase in HDL associated cholesterol fraction. Hepatic lipid profile showed a significant decrease in both cholesterol and triglycerides as a result of feeding tender cluster beans along with high cholesterol diet. INTERPRETATION & CONCLUSIONS: The present experimental results showed the beneficial hypocholesterolaemic and hypolipidimic influences dietary tender cluster beans in atherogenic situation. Studies in human need to be done to confirm the results.  (+info)

*Guar

The Guar or cluster bean, with the botanical name Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, is an annual legume and the source of guar gum. It ... Cyamopsis tetragonoloba grows upright, reaching a maximum height of up to 2-3 m. It has a main single stem with either basal ... The origin of Cyamopsis tetragonoloba is unknown, since it has never been found in the wild.[1] It is assumed to have developed ... Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) can grow on a wide range of different soil types. Preferably in fertile, medium-textured and sandy ...

*List of plants of Burkina Faso

Cyamopsis senegalensis Guill. & Perr. Cyanotis angusta C.B.Clarke Cyanotis caespitosa Kotschy & Peyr. Cyanotis lanata Benth. ...

*List of trifoliate plants

Commiphora wightii Cyamopsis spp. Cytisus spp.Cytisus scoparius Desmodium spp. Derris spp. Dicentra cucullaria Dichilus spp. ...

*Indigofereae

... comprises the following genera: Cyamopsis DC. Indigastrum Jaub. & Spach Indigofera L. Microcharis Benth. ...

*List of MeSH codes (B06)

... cyamopsis (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.401.187 --- cytisus (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.401.190 ...

*Bean

Cyamopsis *Cyamopsis tetragonoloba or (guar). *Canavalia *Canavalia ensiformis (jack bean). *Canavalia gladiata (sword bean) ...

*Fabaceae

Numerous legumes are farmed for this purpose, including Leucaena, Cyamopsis and Sesbania. Various legume species are farmed for ... The most well known gums are tragacanth (Astragalus gummifer), gum arabic (Acacia senegal) and guar gum (Cyamopsis ...

*Legume

Numerous legumes farmed for this purpose include Leucaena, Cyamopsis, and Sesbania species. Various legume species are farmed ...

*Penicillium ochrochloron

Cyamopsis tetragonobola) gum". Biotechnol Appl Biochem. 17 (Pt 3): 361-71. doi:10.1111/j.1470-8744.1993.tb00250.x. PMID 8393320 ...

*Alphasatellite

"Identification and molecular characterization of begomovirus and associated satellite DNA molecules infecting Cyamopsis ...

*Anticarsia irrorata

Common food plants include species from many legume genera, including Cajanus, Cicer, Cyamopsis, Glycine, Lablab, Mucuna, ...

*Dichomeris acuminata

Larvae have been recorded on Medicago sativa, Cyamopsis, Desmodium gyroides, Java indigo, Medicago species, Cajanus cajan, ...

*Indian Institute of Natural Resins and Gums

The main objects of research are rosins (Pinus roxburghii), guar gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba), karaya gum (Sterculia urens), ...

*Faboideae

Cordyla Coronilla Coursetia Craibia Cranocarpus Craspedolobium Cratylia Cristonia Crotalaria Cruddasia Cullen Cyamopsis ...

*Cyamopsis

... comprises the following species: Cyamopsis dentata (N.E.Br.) Torre Cyamopsis psoraloides DC. Cyamopsis senegalensis ... Cyamopsis serrata Schinz Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub.-guar Schrire BD, Lavin M, Barker NP, Forest F (2009). "Phylogeny of ... Cyamopsis is a genus of the family Fabaceae. Its species are distributed across Africa, Asia and the Pacific. ... "The Plant List entry for Cyamopsis". The Plant List. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the Missouri Botanical Garden. 2013. ...

*Faboideae

... su potporodica skrivenosjemenica iz porodice Fabaceae ili Leguminosae. Alternativna imena za potporodicu su Papilionoideae ili Papilionaceae kada se tretira kao porodica.[1] Faboideae je kozmopolitski rasprostranjena i njena plemena odnosno rodovi prilagođeni su raznim oblicima klimatskih uvjeta, a mogu imati oblik drva, grma ili zeljaste biljke. Članovi potporodice uključuju grah (pasulj), slatki grah i zlatnu kišu. ...

*Dromedary

In India, dromedaries are fed with forage plants such as Vigna aconitifolia, V. mungo, Cyamopsis tetragonolaba, Melilotus ...

*Fabaceae

Najpoznatije gumonosne izlučevine su tragakant (Astragalus gummifer), gumarabika ( Acacia senegal ) i guar guma ( Cyamopsis ... U tu svrhu se uzgajaju brojne mahunarke, uključujući i Leucaena, Cyamopsis i Sesbania. ...
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Cyamopsis tetragonoloba grows upright, reaching a maximum height of up to 2-3 m. It has a main single stem with either basal branching or fine branching along the stem. Thanks to taproots, the guar plant can access soil moisture in low soil depths.[3] Additionally, this legume develops root nodules with nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria rhizobia in the surface part of its rooting system. Its leaves and stems are mostly hairy, dependent on the cultivar. Its fine leaves have an elongated oval shape (5 to 10 cm length) and of alternate position. Clusters of flowers grow in the plant axil and are of white to blueish color. The developing pods are rather flat and slim containing 5 to 12 small oval seeds of 5 mm length (TGW = 25-40 g). Usually, mature seeds are white or gray, but in case of excess moisture they can turn black and lose germination capacity. The chromosome number of guar seeds is 2n=14.[4] The seeds of guar beans have a very remarkable characteristic. Its kernel consists of a protein-rich ...
COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 231/2012 of 9 March 2012. Synonyms Gum cyamopsis; Guar flour. Definition Guar gum is the ground endosperm of the seeds of strains of the guar plant, Cyamopsis tetragonolobus (L.) Taub. (family Leguminosae). Consists mainly of a high molecular weight hydrocolloidal polysaccharide composed of galactopyranose and mannopyranose units combined through glycosidic linkages, which may be described chemically as galactomannan. The gum may be partially hydrolysed by either heat treatment, mild acid or alcaline oxidative treatment for viscosity adjustment.. Einecs: 232-536-0. Chemical name:. Chemical formula:. Molecular weight: 50 000-8 000 000. Assay: Galactomannan content not less than 75 %. Description A white to yellowish-white, nearly odourless powder. Identification. Test for galactose: Passes test. Test for mannose: Passes test. Solubility: Soluble in cold water. Purity. Loss on drying: Not more than 15 % (105 °C, 5 hours). Ash: Not more than 5,5 % determined at 800 ...
Kaushal, G. P., Bhatia, I. S. 1982. A Study of Polyphenols in the Seeds and Leaves of Guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba L. Taub). J Sci Food Agr, 33: 461-470 ...
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Cluster Bean is native to India and is widely grown in dry, warm and arid regions. Plants are 1 to 3 meters tall. Young flesh green tender pods are harvested for vegetable use. In India, plants are also grown for the cattle fodders or green manuring crops. Matured seeds are crushed and turned into flour, known as guar gum, which are used as a thickening agent in food, paper and textile industries. It has been reported that the thickening power of Cluster Bean is more than 5 times of Corn Starch ...
and Background. 14. Cal-Ban 3000 consists of 1,000 mg. (1g.) tablets of "Cyamopsis Tetragonolobus", commonly known as guar gum. The directions on the label call for the ingestion of 15g. per day as follows:. 4 TABLETS 20 to 30 minutes before breakfast with 8 oz. glass of water, coffee or tea.. 5 TABLETS 20 to 30 minutes before lunch with 8 oz. glass of water, coffee or tea.. 6 TABLETS 20 to 30 minutes before dinner with 8 oz. glass of water, coffee or tea. (CX-1; Tr. 47, 48).. 15. Guar gum is a water soluble gel-forming fiber indigestible in the human gastrointestinal tract (Tr. 50).. 16. Guar gum is a very important product having several well-accepted medical uses, e.g., as a bulk-laxative, a cholesterol lowering agent in patients with high blood lipids, and in retarding the absorption of sugar and blunting the peak and valley relation- ship between sugar and insulin in insulin-dependent diabetics (Tr. 51, 52; CX-2, p. 4).. 17. Guar gum, along with other fibers, is the subject of intense ...
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The objective of this work was to study the physicochemical and functional properties of guar gum extracted from four new genotypes of guar seeds (GM5, GM6, GM9 and GM34) collected from the experimental farm of University of Khartoum- Shambat .The physical characteristics and chemical composition were investigated for the gum extracted from the guar seeds, water holding capacity, emulsifying stability and foaming properties were also determined for the gum. Results obtained showed that the chemical composition of guar gum confirm insignificant (P≥0.05) variation in protein and carbohydrate content among all genotypes. Minerals content (macro elements) of guar gum were 0.0075-0.020%, 0.019-0.024%, 0.20 - 0.30%, 0.020 - 0.035% and 0.060 - 0.09% for P, Na, K, Ca and Mg, respectively .While (micro elements) (mg/kg) were 17.74-43.5, 3.7- 27.4 and 0.19-0.54% for Fe, Zn, Pb, respectively. The results of functional properties of guar gum tested revealed that GM34 had significantly (P≤0.05) lowest ...
With the addition of biochar compost, the cluster beans plant has grown upto 11 feet. With maximum of 20 beans in a cluster. I have not seen any records yet of such magnitude. This achievement is through the use of biochar compost. Hope the farmers could produce their own fertilizers using biochar and increase the productivity. On an average the plants have grown above 9 feet. Whereas the control plants (in plots without biochar compost) they have grown only 5 feet in height. This project is being implemented by GEO supported by GoodPlanet.org, France. ...
With the addition of biochar compost, the cluster beans plant has grown upto 11 feet. With maximum of 20 beans in a cluster. I have not seen any records yet of such magnitude. This achievement is through the use of biochar compost. Hope the farmers could produce their own fertilizers using biochar and increase the productivity. On an average the plants have grown above 9 feet. Whereas the control plants (in plots without biochar compost) they have grown only 5 feet in height. This project is being implemented by GEO supported by GoodPlanet.org, France. ...
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Anticarsia irrorata is a species of moth in the family Noctuidae known commonly as the owl moth. It is native to the Old World tropics. Wingspan is about 40-46mm. Palpi with third joint rather shorter than in the typical section. Male lack tufts on tibia. Hind wings with normal neuration in male, with no fold in inner margin. Antennae of male with bristles and cilia. It is light brownish with darker areas distally. The forewing is marked with a diagonal line and a row of black dots. The hindwing has similar markings. The underside has lighter, brownish dots and a white spot. The larva is light green. It has a dorsal line which is dark green with a yellowish center, and wider, spotted lines on either side. The spiracles are white with black edges. It moves in a looping motion. Common food plants include species from many legume genera, including Cajanus, Cicer, Cyamopsis, Glycine, Lablab, Mucuna, Phaseolus, and Vigna. It has also been noted on the melon genus Cucumis, and grasses such as ...
Ravina berei Drav Huna (499 or 421 CE). Rosh Metivta of Sura. He, together with his teacher, Rav Ashi, collected and commented upon the Gemara of what would henceforth be known as the Talmud Bavli.. Rav Azariah min Haadumim, author of Meor Einayim (1577).. Rav Shlomo Zalman Yosef of Vyelpol (1857).. Rav Dov Ber of Levo, son on Rav Yisrael of Ruzhin (1875).. Rav Yisrael Aryeh of Premishlan (1890).. Rav Dov Ber Livshitz, Rav of Sardnik (1900). Rav Yisrael Taub of Modzhitz, author of Divrei Yisrael (1849-1920). He was the son of Rav Shmuel Eliyahu Taub of Zvolin (1888) and the grandson of Rav Yechezkel Taub of Kuzmir (1856), who was one of the students of the Chozeh of Lublin. He became the first Rebbe of Modzhitz and was succeeded by his son, Shaul Yedidya Elazer. Legend has it that in 1913 Taub composed a 30-minute negun while having his leg amputated without anesthesia.. Rav Yisrael Friedman, the second Tchortkover Rebbe (1934, 1933, or 1932). Rav Yechiel Michel Hager of Horodenka (1941). One ...
Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice*, water (aqua), decyl glucoside (plant derived), sodium lauryl glucose carboxylate (sugar based), lauryl glucoside (plant derived), sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, sodium cocoyl isethionate, hydroxypropyl starch phosphate, glycol distearate (plant derived), sodium lauroyl oat amino acids (plant derived), panthenol (pro-vitamin B5), cyamopsis tetragonoloba (guar) gum, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, glycerin (plant derived), sodium hydroxypropylsulfonate lauryl-glucoside crosspolymer, guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, fragrance (parfum), punica granatum (pomegranate) extract, sorbic acid (natural preservative), citric acid (natural derived), euterpe oleracea (açaí) fruit extract, lycium chinensis (goji) fruit extract, hippophae rhamnoides (seabuckthorn) fruit extract, sodium PCA, sodium lactate, arginine (l-arginine), aspartic acid (l-aspartic acid), PCA, glycerin (natural derived), alanine (l-alanine), serine (l-serine), valine (l-valine) , threonine ...
Guar Meal is also used as a high protein animal feed. It has up to 55 percent of protein [O+A] and is also rich in fiber content. Husk and germ are obtained during the guar split manufacturing which is a valuable cattle feed.. Guar Meal is a by-product of guar seed processing. The extracted guar meal is further processed by toasting at high temperature to remove Trypsin Inhibitor, which results in increasing its nutritive value.. Guar Meal comes in two variant - Guar Meal Churi, which is in powder form, and Guar Meal Korma which is in granular form.. Guar Meal is a 100% natural agricultural product which is rich in proteins and carbohydrates and contains no trace of chemicals or preservatives. Processed guar meal can be used in conjunction with other animal feed or by itself, as it is a complete nutritious feed. ...
Guar Meal is also used as a high protein animal feed. It has up to 55 percent of protein [O+A] and is also rich in fiber content. Husk and germ are obtained during the guar split manufacturing which is a valuable cattle feed.. Guar Meal is a by-product of guar seed processing. The extracted guar meal is further processed by toasting at high temperature to remove Trypsin Inhibitor, which results in increasing its nutritive value.. Guar Meal comes in two variant - Guar Meal Churi, which is in powder form, and Guar Meal Korma which is in granular form.. Guar Meal is a 100% natural agricultural product which is rich in proteins and carbohydrates and contains no trace of chemicals or preservatives. Processed guar meal can be used in conjunction with other animal feed or by itself, as it is a complete nutritious feed. ...
The former Israeli ambassador to Britain is Mr. Daniel Taub hose tenure was highly successful. During the four years of which Mr. Daniel Taub was at the position, he helped bring about a vast number of positive changes and various improvements. Read more: Daniel Taub , About and Daniel Taub , Wikipedia. Mr. Daniel Taub started his four years of tenure back in June 2011. Bt the end of that time, Mr. Daniel Taub had managed to strengthen the relations between the United Kingdom and Israel in many significant ways. The two countries are stronger bonds in terms of education and culture, as well as business and trade.. In fact, the trade between the two nations doubled, and more than three hundred Israeli enterprises opened offices in the United Kingdom. These achievements did not go unnoticed as Mr. Daniel Taub was repeatedly recognized for them during and after his tenure of four years.. Mr. Daniel Taub was born and raised in England where he was a part of an Israeli community. Over the course of ...
This weeks inspection reports were heavy on recognizable inner-Loop places, most of which did fine. The most upscale place among that group, however,...
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On a sunny April day at a Charleston, SC, plantation, graduate student Lauren, 27, married her firefighter sweetheart, Steven, 28\. The English garden-themed celebration, awash in tones of green, was exactly as Lauren says shed envisioned it: fresh, springlike, ethereal like a dream.
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Many North Central Florida residents saw lots of smoke this weekend. As Floridas 89.1 WUFT-FMs Samantha Taub reports 50 active wildfires are the reason for such smokey conditions in the region.. [audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/FPWildfireWRAP.mp3 ...
I was talking to my daughter and she mentioned that the days of pouring antibiotics into kids at the first cough are over. Todays parents have my sympathy. Heres how we did it back then...(Originally published in my column for Champaign Urbana News-Gazette, November, 1991) About halfway there, I noticed two things. The first was…
PubMed 25765693 Publications 2014. Dobloug GC, Antal EA, Sveberg L, Garen T, Bitter H, Stjärne J, Grøvle L, Gran JT, Molberg Ø (2014) ...
Alkane molecules are important as constituents of lubricants, fuels, and polymers. Often these applications, such as lubrication, involve molecularly thin films of alkanes. We have studied the structures of n-tetracosane ...
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Gypsy Taub (l to r) organizes signs as her daughter Inti Gonzalez, 11, carries one she and her brother made as they gather with other demonstrators gather to protest Supervisor Scott Weiners proposal to restrict public nudity in the city on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 in San Francisco, Calif. less ...
James E. Gervasoni Jr., Robert N. Taub, Ming Tsung Yu, Dorothy Warburton, Marlene Sabbath, Stephanie Gilleran, Donald L. Coppock, John DAlessandri, Sindu Krishna, Michelle Rosado, Michael A. Baker, Jose Lutzky, Eva R. Chanda, James H. Gerlach, Michael J. Pinkoski, Susan P. C. Cole and Alexander A. Hindenburg ...
J.R. Watkins Rejuvenating Foot Lotion JR Watkins Rejuvenating Foot Lotion Revive dry, aching feet with tingling peppermint oil. This 98% natural foot care cream exfoliates and moisturizes dry, rough skin while providing a burst of aromatic peppermint. Peppermint The eye-opening, minty scent of peppermint packs an aromatic punch. Ingredients / Ingrédients : Water/aqua/eau, Prunus armeniaca (apricot) kernel oil, glyceryl stearate, glycerin, Butyrospermum parkii (shea butter), Theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, cetearyl alcohol, sodium stearoyl lactylate, Mentha piperita (peppermint) oil, Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, Persea gratissima (avocado) oil, phenoxyethanol, Orbignya oleifera seed oil, Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, Calendula officinalis flower extract, Chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower extract, Tilia cordata flower extract, Centaurea cyanus flower extract, Anthemis nobilis flower extract, Hypericum perforatum extract, allantoin, tocopheryl acetate, panthenol, Cyamopsis
Mark Mumenthaler, Henrich Mattle, Ethan Taub, eds. New York: Thieme; 2006, 304 pages, 396 illustrations, $59.95.. In a 304-page softcover book, Drs. Mumenthaler, Mattle, and Taub describe key topics in neurology. The first 80 pages of the book deal with the fundamentals of neurology, neurologic examination, ancillary tests, and differential diagnosis in neurologic syndromes. The remainder of the book is devoted to specific diseases according to location and/or disease entity. Although this book is said to be aimed at the medical student, those in radiology who deal daily with their neurology colleagues may find this to be a useful reference. Presented in a highly readable format, the essentials of neurology are supplemented with extensive tabular material, highlighted fundamentals, appropriate imaging, and pictures of pertinent patients.. What would appeal most to trainees in neuroradiology and to those engaged in a large-volume neuroradiology practice are the sections on diseases of the cranial ...
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Biosurgery products development startup LifeBond has raised $8 million in a second financing round led by Pitango Venture Capital and Robert Taub, founder and former CEO of Omrix Biopharmaceuticals, which recently acquired by Johnson & Johnson for $438 million. Existing investors: GlenRock Israel, Leon Recanatis investment company, and Zitelman Group, also participating in this round.…
Advt. No. 111. Sale of a site fronting property at No. 241, Triq it-Torri, Sliema, shown edged in red and marked No. 4 on plan P.D.76_2002_1. This site is subject to existing third party servitudes. Tenders are to be accompanied by a bid-bond for an amount of €8,000 as stipulated in the tender conditions. Offers below the amount of twenty-five thousand Euro (€25,000) will not be considered ...

Cyamopsis - WikipediaCyamopsis - Wikipedia

Cyamopsis comprises the following species: Cyamopsis dentata (N.E.Br.) Torre Cyamopsis psoraloides DC. Cyamopsis senegalensis ... Cyamopsis serrata Schinz Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub.-guar Schrire BD, Lavin M, Barker NP, Forest F (2009). "Phylogeny of ... Cyamopsis is a genus of the family Fabaceae. Its species are distributed across Africa, Asia and the Pacific. ... "The Plant List entry for Cyamopsis". The Plant List. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the Missouri Botanical Garden. 2013. ...
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Around-eye Cream Products Containing: CYAMOPSIS TETRAGONOLOBA (GUAR) GUM || Skin Deep® Cosmetics Database | EWGAround-eye Cream Products Containing: CYAMOPSIS TETRAGONOLOBA (GUAR) GUM || Skin Deep® Cosmetics Database | EWG

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Potential Areas for Growing Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) under Rainfed Conditions in MexicoPotential Areas for Growing Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) under Rainfed Conditions in Mexico

Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub., commonly known as guar gum, is a legume of great industrial importance due to the multiple ... Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub., known as guar gum, is a legume that is grown mainly in semi-arid and arid regions of the ... Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub., commonly known as guar gum, is a legume of great industrial importance due to the multiple ... Cyamopsis tetragonoloba in its natural state grows in arid and semi-arid regions with an annual precipitation of 200 - 600 mm [ ...
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Frontiers | RNA-Seq of Guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, L. Taub.) Leaves: De novo Transcriptome Assembly, Functional Annotation...Frontiers | RNA-Seq of Guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, L. Taub.) Leaves: De novo Transcriptome Assembly, Functional Annotation...

Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, L. Taub.) crop has been hindered due to the lack of sufficient genomic or transcriptomic resources. In ... Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, L. Taub.) crop has been hindered due to the lack of sufficient genomic or transcriptomic resources. In ... Guar [Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, L. Taub.], also known as clusterbean, is an annual drought-tolerant legume crop belonging to the ... Citation: Tanwar UK, Pruthi V and Randhawa GS (2017) RNA-Seq of Guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, L. Taub.) Leaves: De novo ...
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Biochemical Characteristics of Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) Flour Supplemented with Cluster Bean (Cyamopsis...Biochemical Characteristics of Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) Flour Supplemented with Cluster Bean (Cyamopsis...

Cyamopsis tetragonolaba L.): Influence of Fermentation and/or Cooking ... Biochemical Characteristics of Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) Flour Supplemented with Cluster Bean (Cyamopsis ... Biochemical Characteristics of Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) Flour Supplemented with Cluster Bean (Cyamopsis ... Cyamopsis tetrgonoloba) belongs to family Fabaceae is bushy, drought tolerant, nitrogen fixing and protein rich summer legume. ...
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Cyamopsis - EraybaCyamopsis - Erayba

Naturalna żywica roślinna Gatunek rośliny jednorocznej z rodziny bobowatych o nazwie zwyczajowej guar. Wykorzystywana jako źródło gumy guar, pozyskiwanej z bielma nasion.Pochodzące z bielma ziarna zawierają głównie hydrokoloidalne polisacharydy o dużej masie cząsteczkowej, białko i błonnik. Guma guar, dodana do wody, tworzy roztwory koloidalne o dużej lepkości. W kosmetykach wykorzystywana jest jako zagęstnik oraz stabilizator emulsji. Ułatwia rozczesywanie włosów.
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Derivatized Guar Gum Production - Cyamopsis TetragonolobusDerivatized Guar Gum Production - Cyamopsis Tetragonolobus

Guar gum (Cyamopsis Tetragonolobus) derives from the ground endosperm of the guar plant. Consisting of long branching polymers ...
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Guar Gum Powder - Cyamopsis Tetragonolobus L, Guar Gum Powder IndiaGuar Gum Powder - Cyamopsis Tetragonolobus L, Guar Gum Powder India

Cyamopsis tetragonalobus L is a botanical name of guar gum powder including carboxy methylated guar gum powder, hydroxy ...
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Guar - WikipediaGuar - Wikipedia

The Guar or cluster bean, with the botanical name Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, is an annual legume and the source of guar gum. It ... Cyamopsis tetragonoloba grows upright, reaching a maximum height of up to 2-3 m. It has a main single stem with either basal ... The origin of Cyamopsis tetragonoloba is unknown, since it has never been found in the wild.[1] It is assumed to have developed ... Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) can grow on a wide range of different soil types. Preferably in fertile, medium-textured and sandy ...
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Texture Enhancer | Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary | Paulas ChoiceTexture Enhancer | Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary | Paula's Choice

Cyamopsis tetragonoloba Categories: Plant Extracts, Texture Enhancer Good. DEA oleth-10 phosphate Used as an emulsifying agent ...
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Cyamopsis tetragonoloba. Aspergillus awamori. Unknown. EE. HTML , XML. 63. syngag. Graf 2000. human immunodeficiency virus ( ...
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Cyamopsis tetragonoloba. Aspergillus awamori. Unknown. EE. HTML , XML. 6. apoA-I. Ryan 2003. Homo sapiens. Escherichia coli. ...
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Silver nanoparticles mediated by extract of Guar plant (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba), and evaluation of their photocatalytic and...Silver nanoparticles mediated by extract of Guar plant (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba), and evaluation of their photocatalytic and...

Silver nanoparticles mediated by extract of Guar plant (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba), and evaluation of their photocatalytic and ... The green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using Cyamopsis tetragonoloba plant extract and their photocatalytic and ...
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Analysis of cDNA libraries from developing seeds of guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub) Description: Article on the ... analysis of cDNA libraries from developing seeds of guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub). ...
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Salicylic Face and Body Wash (liquid) CosMedical TechnologiesSalicylic Face and Body Wash (liquid) CosMedical Technologies

Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba (Guar) Gum. Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice. Salix Nigra (Willow) Bark Extract ...
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Legume Genetic Resources with Novel Value Added 
Industrial and Pharmaceutical Use*Legume Genetic Resources with Novel 'Value Added' Industrial and Pharmaceutical Use*

Guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) is native to tropical Africa and Asia. The young pods are eaten as a vegetable and seeds are ...
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Cyamopsis tetragonoloba. Guar, Cluster Bean. Fabaceae. Cyamopsis psoraleoides (Lam.) DC.. 4. 3. ...
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List of plants of Burkina Faso - WikipediaList of plants of Burkina Faso - Wikipedia

Cyamopsis senegalensis Guill. & Perr. Cyanotis angusta C.B.Clarke Cyanotis caespitosa Kotschy & Peyr. Cyanotis lanata Benth. ...
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Bean - WikipediaBean - Wikipedia

Cyamopsis *Cyamopsis tetragonoloba or (guar). *Canavalia *Canavalia ensiformis (jack bean). *Canavalia gladiata (sword bean) ...
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Détails de lenregistrement - Système mondial dinformation sur la biodiversité (SMIB)Détails de l'enregistrement - Système mondial d'information sur la biodiversité (SMIB)

McNeill, J., F. Barrie, H. Burdet, V. Demoulin, D. Hawksworth, K. Marhold, D. Nicolson, et al. 2006-01-01. Regnum Vegetabile, vol. 146. Koeltz Scientific Books. Königstein, Germany. xviii + 568. 3-906166-48-1. Also available on the web at http://ibot.sav.sk/icbn/main.htm ...
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International Resources | www.gardenorganic.org.ukInternational Resources | www.gardenorganic.org.uk

Cluster bean Cyamopsis tetragonoloba *Common bean Phaseolus vulgaris *Cowpea Vigna unguiculata Unguiculata spp. ...
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Probiotic 8 Plus (Canada) for Animal Use - Drugs.comProbiotic 8 Plus (Canada) for Animal Use - Drugs.com

Citrus bioflavonoids, Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (Guar Gum), Spirulina maxima.. CAUTIONS:. Not for use in pregnant, lactating, ...
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Plantation forestry presentation1Plantation forestry presentation1

Cyamopsis tetragonoloba), glyricidia, Pongamia pinnata etc. are used. Sheep and goat droppings 16 ...
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