durum


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durum

a class of wheat producing hard flour.
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Farmer-members will no longer be required to supply durum to the company, although they will still hold a special class of stock that gives them preference in selling to their former co-op.
Durum wheat was OK for making flat Arab bread, but it didn't have elastic gluten.
Several cereal grains -- including durum -- contain naturally high levels of phenols, aromatic organic chemicals that often exhibit antioxidant properties.
The total number of selected seeds (subsidised or non-subsidised) distributed in the regions reached about 287 thousand qa until December 27, 2017, the majority of which durum wheat seeds.
Contract notice: Supply of resorbable durum substitutes of animal origin at the university hospital of tours.
Harvested areas amounted to nearly 172 thousand hectares of durum wheat, 38 thousand hectares of soft wheat, 281 thousand hectares of barley and 6.
Besides, Algerian cereals are largely dominated by durum wheat crop [23].
Moreover, peanut flour can be particularly beneficial as a pasta ingredient when it is partially substituted for durum wheat flour.
In this study 3 advanced breeding lines and 2 durum wheat cultivar and their F1 crosses have been used as material.
Suitable durum wheat grain features for pasta and macaroni products are amber (yellow) color, vitreous endosperm, hardest grain texture and unique combination of grain protein that favors good pasta cooking quality [8].
A team of Australian scientists bred salt tolerance into a variety of durum wheat that showed improved grain yield by 25 percent on salty soils.