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oleaginous

 [o″le-aj´ĭ-nus]
oily; greasy.

o·le·ag·i·nous

(ō'lē-aj'i-nŭs),
Oily or greasy.
[L. oleagineus, pertaining to olea, the olive tree]

o·le·ag·i·nous

(ō'lē-aj'i-nŭs)
Oily or greasy.
[L. oleagineus, pertaining to olea, the olive tree]

o·le·ag·i·nous

(ō'lē-aj'i-nŭs)
Oily or greasy.
[L. oleagineus, pertaining to olea, the olive tree]
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Glucose has been reported as the best substrate for microbial oil production, since it can be assimilated by most oleaginous microorganisms to produce oil [18].
Chen et al., "Microbial conversion of wastewater from butanol fermentation to microbial oil by oleaginous yeast Trichosporon dermatis," Renewable Energy, vol.
The concept of the utilization of potato wastewater as a source of assimilable nitrogen and other essential elements for oleaginous kefir yeast breeding was examined.
The use of crude or partially-purified glycerol as a carbon source for cultivating oleaginous microorganisms is promising for the utilization of such abundant glycerol waste.
Yet, the principal TF, TF 1310 (cereals except rice, oleaginous plants and leguminous plants), comprises 50.74% of farms, and TF 5012 (pig fattening), which is the other characteristic activity for Gr2, comprises 7.15% of the farms in the group.
Lipid accumulation in oleaginous microorganisms is triggered by a nutrient imbalance in the culture medium.
The further study needs to be done in the area of heterotrophic oleaginous fungal species and their fatty acids, such as triacylglycerols and sterol biosynthesis profiles with biochemical and genetic approaches for better understanding of their roles and regulations for future waste to energy applications.
Parker's oleaginous lauding of women's supposedly innate qualities serves its purpose, which is to reinforce gender stereotypes about "woman" and her supposed biological difference from the purportedly exemplary human being known as "man." Anyone who's read Genesis 2:23 or similar texts is familiar with the tale.
"Pointless" precedes the 6pm news and is peppered with oily, oleaginous and sickening references to contestants being superb, excellent and other adjectives and descriptions of outstanding brilliance.
Similarly imports of fruit and fruit preparations grew by 86.4 percent while imports of sugar syrups, natural honey increased by 531 percent, spices by 288 percent oil seeds and oleaginous fruits by 65.8 percent while the cork and wood imports increased by 378 percent.
Nobody knows what it means, apart from a general feel-good sense of oligarchic, or perhaps oleaginous, minerality, though technically the term, I reckon, describes a medium low in dissolved salts.
So I persevered in the way of one determined to explore the world's far-flung cuisines in the interests of journalistic thoroughness, despite my wife's raised eyebrow as she stuck to the more familiar Cantonese menu rather than venturing into a region of China famous for its fiery, oleaginous nosh.