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bran

(bran),
A by-product of the milling of wheat, containing approximately 20% of indigestible cellulose; a bulk cathartic, usually taken in the form of cereal or special bran products.

bran

A byproduct of milled wheat, which contains ± 20% indigestible cellulose, acting as a bulk laxative; it has been recommended for cardiovascular disease, constipation, diarrhoea, diverticulosis, haemorrhoids and inflammatory bowel disease.

bran

Clinical nutrition A byproduct of milled wheat, which contains ± 20% indigestible cellulose, acting as a bulk laxative; it has been recommended for cardiovascular disease, constipation, diarrhea, diverticulosis, hemorrhoids, and IBD. See Dietary fiber, Oat bran. Cf Water-soluble fiber.

bran

(bran)
The outer coatings of grains, which are rich in nutrients and fiber.

bran

The fibrous outer coat of wheat grain normally removed in milling to make the flour more attractive to many palates. Bran is valuable in the treatment of constipation and other disorders of the large bowel.
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In the synthesis of copolymers (P-2, P-3, P-4, P-5, P-6, and P-7), same amount of IDA was copolymerized with the bio-based materials (rice bran oil, peanut oil and [beta]-pinene) in two different percentages viz.
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The technology and quality of Arawana Rice Bran Oil are thus upgraded to world-leading levels and the nutritional essence of rice is reserved to the utmost with excellent quality, colour, and flavour delivered.
FTIR spectrum (Figure 2(a)) was similar to those spectra reported for edible rice bran oil [30]; the main difference is a small signal around 1712 [cm.sup.-1] which was associated with the carbonyl peak of FFA; this signal appears along with the acylglyceride carbonyl peak (C=O) at 1743 [cm.sup.-1] [31].
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Similarly, plant oils such as linseed oil, rice bran oil and wheat germ oil incorporated into artificial diets reduced the larval survival and pupation rates.
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There will be a price hike for various commodities, including all cooking oil except coconut and rice bran oil, two-wheelers, cars and Indian-made foreign liquor.
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