It has been also possible to distinguish between Arabic gum and tragacanth
Binary mixtures of enzyme (papain) with MCC, DCP, carrageenan, agar, and tragacanth
were prepared in 1: 1 ratio, respectively.
It received normal green fodder and 150 mg/kg body weight aloxan intravenously as well as Glimepiride in 5 mL of 2% gum tragacanth
suspension orally (Sumon et al., 2008).
The objective of this work was to formulate acetaminophen as a relatively stable liquid form and study the influence of different polymers such as CMC, Veegum, tragacanth
, and PVP on its rheologic characteristics.
It was suspended in water by tragacanth
gum and administered by oral gavage (p.os), in a volume of 5 ml/kg body weight, acutely and subchronically for 9 consecutive days, at the doses of 25, 50 and lOOmg/kg.
The extract thus obtained was suspended in aqueous gum tragacanth
solution for oral administration.
Plants in this genus are economically significant as a source of gum tragacanth
, as indicators of selenium and uranium and as toxic locoweeds in rangelands (Allen and Allen, 1981).
The soup contains (among other things) Chinese dates, ginseng, m e d l a r, tragacanth
and a good helping of fresh lizard.
A mixture of "tragacanth
" (a gummy substance derived from shrubs) and water is prepared in a large pan.
is a naturally occurring dried gum comprised of bassorin (60-70%), the water insoluble portion and tragacanthin, water soluble portion (30-40%).
When we were given the all-clear, our hair was glued down with Amami wave set, which I think was gum tragacanth
More specifically, according to the official documents in Arabic signed by the above NISS officer in Addis Ababa, they call it in the Arabic language ([euro] aaaaae[euro][umlaut] [euro]aCaC[euro][euro][cedilla] [euro]*aaae[euro][logical not]aCaC[euro]*[euro][macron]), and according to Sudan Tribune, it is called "Plan Tragacanth