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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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Respuestas similares se observaron en ratas que recibieron dietas con 20, 40, 60, 80 y 100% de inclusion de caupi crudo en reemplazo del expeller de soja, afectandose solamente las variables de comportamiento productivo a partir del 80% de inclusion, concluyendose que se puede llegar hasta el 60% de reemplazo (3).
The Kalsec[R] technology is quite sophisticated, but the concept of expeller pressing dates back to early times," said Kalsec[R] Chief Executive, George Todd.
Our Argan oil is organic, virgin, cold pressed, expeller pressed, hexane free, NON GMO, fair traded, sustainably produced by women co-operatives of the Argan forest in Morocco.
Expeller oil from a press can create high temperatures due to friction, but no external heat is added.
He said that those who have installed only one expeller at their homes would not be paying this tax because these were not registered with the government.
On the basis of cumulative insect days in field trials, neem seed oil- expeller proved as effective as imidacloprid in controlling the aphids, while except neem seed cake extract, all other treatments were statistically at par with imidacloprid.
There is no external heat applied during the expeller pressing.
The impurities as chaff left in the seed can absorb some of the oil and keep it from getting squeezed out of the expeller while dust and stone particle can damage the oil press screw or piston.
The remnant from expeller extraction of jojoba oil is the jojoba seed presscake (also called the meal).
Using NIR to monitor extraction efficiency might enable crushers to adjust the choke setting on the expeller to compensate for oil loss in meal.
After the expeller was installed, animal cake feed manufacturers began placing orders for cottonseed cake, and the cottonseed oil was sold for further processing into edible oil or to paint factories.
Professor Giuseppe Enne, Project Coordinator of the Ghana Jatropha Project and t he Nuclea Ricerca Desertification of Sassari University of Italy, announced Thur s day that an appropriate and cost-effective expeller for Jatropha oil extraction w ould be constructed.