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GUM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Guam. The code is used for transactions to and from Guamanian bank accounts and for international shipping to Guam. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Rexhepaj et al., "Effects of gum arabic (Acacia senegal) on renal function in diabetic mice," Kidney and Blood Pressure Research, vol.
By 2025-end, over US$ 270 Mn worth of acacia senegal will be sold in the world, while acacia seyal will witness consumption of more than 90 thousand tons
Gum Arabic (Acacia senegal L.) GA and adenine were both obtained from Sigma (St.
Samples of bark of Acacia nilotica, Acacia seyal and Acacia senegal from individual collections were used for the study extraction efficiency.
The present study was planned to investigate antiatherosclerotic and cardioprotective role of Acacia senegal seed extract, if any, using high fat diet-induced atherosclerotic rabbits as working model.
Key Words: Arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi; Acacia Senegal; Water deficiency; Sahel
These are grade 1 (acacia Senegal); grade 2 (acacia Seyal); grade 3 (combretum) and grade 4, (neutral) [1].
The Daaba community for example, used to cut down the Acacia senegal tree to make charcoal, but have since found a sustainable income from these trees by harvesting gum arabic, a sticky substance often found oozing out of the trunks of acacia trees.
Sudan is ideally suited to Acacia Senegal, a species that produces high quality "hashab" gum arabic.
However, true gum arabic is sourced from Acacia senegal, which grows in abundance in thirsty tropical West Africa from Senegal to Nigeria.
Torres e Santos (1994), trabalhando com semente de Acacia senegal Willd, conseguiram indices excelentes no tempo de 1 minuto, em acido sulfurico, com 90% de germinacao.