castor


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castor

(kăs′tər)
n.
An oily, brown, odorous substance obtained from glands in the groin of the beaver and used as a perfume fixative.
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Despite being an important cash crop, castor bean has never been realized as commercial crop in Pakistan and is grown on marginal land without giving much care and attention.
Hasta 1980 el castor practicamente quedo librado a su dinamica, sin intervencion del hombre.
The eri silkworm nourished with leaves of different castor exhibited significant difference in total larval duration.
Pollux and Castor aren't bright enough to simulate perfectly a truly dazzling conjunction of planets.
India is a global giant in castor, supplying about 85 per cent of the world's needs.
In the present work, we describe the direct polycondensation of castor oil with terephthalic acid (TFA) catalyzed by different ricinoleate complexes using bi-valent Lewis metal cations in order to evaluate their catalytic activity.
As Castor, John Tessier used his naturally light voice to advantage, with a fine sense of style and a sensitive delivery of the text, while the wonderful tone and passion of Edwin Crossley-Mercer made for a gripping Pollux.
(20) Castor oil has found application as a softener and as a raw material source for polyamides.
Global Castor Oil and Derivatives Market was valued at US$ 709 Mn in 2017 and is expected to reach US$ 1195.17 Mn by 2026, at a CAGR of 6.75% during a forecast period.
Castor lived in an alley in Caloocan dubbed "Patayan Street" by residents due to the number of killings in the area.
[ClickPress, Thu Jun 27 2019] The MRRSE market report of on the global castor oil market evaluates opportunities in the current market, and provides updates and insights corresponding to different segments involved in the global Castor Oil Market over the forecast period 2018--2027.