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However, they have not been scientifically tested in yam cropping systems in the region.
Upon vulcanization, a network of junctures is chemically produced through a crosslink between polymer chains, yam coating and bulk rubber.
In a pan heat 3-4 tablespoons of butter and gently slide the yam slices into it.
As Abdoulaye explains, "If the yam varieties can have some kind of natural immunity, then aeroponics can serve as a way to deliver far greater quantities of yams seeds to many farmers and since they can stay clean after planting, yields can only increase.
Some researchers investigated the effect of twist level on the tensile mechanical properties of the electrospun yams such as ultimate stress, ultimate strain, elongation at break, and elastic modulus [1, 14, 16, 21, 23, 24, 32, 33].
They have higher amounts of calcium, iron, vitamin E and protein than are found in yams.
In three related discussions he treats yams as an "ethnographic setting" themselves, describes a technology of yams, including the study of technology within anthropology, and, finally, presents yams as social forms.
Freshly harvested yam tubers have been reported to have lower free sugar levels than stored yams [11-13], these are suspected to be brought about by the breakdown and subsequent hydrolysis of starches into sugars after harvesting.
The researchers produced the edible films by creating film solutions that contained 2% yam starch, glycerol at 0%, 0.
135) In keeping with his populist agenda, Echeverria argued that government control of the barbasco trade would enable the yam pickers to organize and reap the profits of the wild yam trade.
This is so because a farmer's position in the community is assessed by the lines of yams in his barn.
The unwinding of yams from packages, PartII: The theory of yarn-unwinding.