exudation from trees of the prunus genus; resembles gum arabic.
obtained from mesquite pods; resembles gum arabic.
Watercolours are pigments ground with gum arabic and gall and thinned with water in use.
small genus of tropical evergreen trees or shrubs having pods like those of the acacia.
On the Colour Reaction of Heteropoly Molybdophosporic Acid-Acridine red-Arabic Gum and Its application
A small candy made of sweetened, colored, and flavored gum arabic or gelatin and coated with coarse granulated sugar.
"Important chiefly for its nuts, the tree also produces wood used for shipping crates, Boats, and charcoal, and a gum similar to gum arabic."
Vitamin B12 is destroyed by oxidizing and reducing agents, by aldehydes, ascorbic acid, ferrous salts, vanillin and acacia.
Studies on the colour reactions of indium (Ⅲ)thiocyanate-basic triphenylmethane dyes-arabic gum system and their applications
Gum arabic and the color reaction of a new reagent p-iodo-chlorophoshonazo with bismuth and its application
Fading spectrophotometric determination of Se(Ⅳ) and Se(Ⅵ) with Se(Ⅳ)-iodide-methylene blue-arabic gum complex system
Gum Arabic: A colloidal substance,obtained from certain varieties of the acacia tree found in the Middle East.See Arabic gum.
Arabinogalactan is a water soluble gum extracted from the sawdust of Larix gmelini( Rupr.
A HPLC-ELSD Method for Determinating the Content of L-Arabinose Enzymolyzed from the Arabic Gum
The house itself was under the guardianship of the fir, the mountain ash, and the acacia; and a thick screen of them altogether.
Study on the Microcapsules and Nanocapsules of Gelatin-Acacia-Tannin Containing Capsaicin;
"The word about arabia. In the thick woods of arabia will be your night's resting-place, O travelling bands of Dedanites!"
Study on Protection with Gelatin/Acacia Complex Coacervation Microencapsulation Technology to Lactobacillus