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dehull

to remove the outer covering of a seed used as feed. Improves the nutrient value of the grain. The hulls may be used separately as a roughage supplement.
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Under DA's High-Value Crops Development Program, the roasting facility is equipped with a receiving area, sorting area, roasting area and dehulling area.
The local production of locust beans involves the use of washing the seeds obtained from the pod; drying the seeds under the sun, boiling the seeds, dehulling, fermenting at 37AdegC and turning the fermented seeds into mashed bean after three days to produce fresh {iru pete} usually wrapped in leaves or dried locust bean {iru woro}.
Dehulling in this case was carried out using equipment manufactured by Rural Industries Innovation Centre (RIIC), Kanye, Botswana.
Effects of proanthocyanidins, dehulling and removal of pericarp on digestion of barley grain by ruminal micro-organisms.
This result indicated that the crude fibre is largely removed during dehulling process and protein isolate preparation.
As the hull attached to the kernel can be mechanically removed, it is necessary to accurately evaluate the effects of partial dehulling on the effective energy and nutrient digestibility of barley with different fiber contents.
Effects of dehulling on tannin content, protein distribution, and quality of high and low tannin sorghum.
One is new post-harvest processing equipment that reduces the dehulling time by 70-90%, freeing up women for other agricultural and entrepreneurial activities.
Germination is the simplest, inexpensive and effective treatment compared to dehulling, soaking, cooking, boiling, autoclaving and microwave cooking to reduce antinutrtional properties in legumes [5, 6].
Whatever your wheat variety and means of threshing or dehulling, the seed you obtain will still be mixed with chaff, dust and other inedible material that must be removed.
Effect of dehulling and cooking of lentils (Lens Culinaris) on serum glucose and lipoprotein levels in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.
9% in grain), but the content can differ, because of by manufacturing processes such as dehulling (4.