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sago

(sā′gō) [Malay sagu]
A substance prepared from various palms, consisting principally of starches; used as a demulcent and as a food with little residue.
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Physico-chemical properties of starch in sago palm (metroxylonsagu) at different growth stages, Master's thesis, UniversitiSains Malaysia.
The most productive author is Moorthy SN with 38 papers dealing with Sago and 8.
Tim will be the eventual hero for Ireland (and America) when in his speech to American congressmen he succeeds in banning the sago plant (29 Oct 1964).
Canada, Treatment of Sago Wastewater Using Hybrid Anaerobic Reactor 2006 * Volume 41, No.
Methods: Twelve male subjects were given in random order with three different physical forms of a sago supplementation, viz.
2499396 Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, rice, tapioca, sago, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals; bread, pastry and confectionery, ices; honey, treacle; yeast, baking powder; salt, mustard; vinegar, sauces (condiments); spices; ice; prepared meals and snacks; all included in Class 30.
The CP content in SPP in this study was similar to that reported by Yadav and Mahyuddin (1991); Tuen (1992) who found that SPP and sago residue (by-product of starch extraction) contained 1.
We study pressure, velocity, and shear fields in a number of two-dimensional porous media for sago starch solutions.
The past 2 years have witnessed several high profile coal mining incidents, including that at the Sago mine in West Virginia.
Sago palm's versatility to grow in hostile conditions and its ability to act as a natural carbon dioxide sink, in the light of environmental damage control, as stressed by Stanton (1993) and recent studies bordering on the morphological variability and genetic diversity of sago palm in Indonesia (e.
has redesigned the packaging for its Sap Sago cheese.
Venture firm to build sago palm bioethanol plant in Malaysia