Gum Arabic


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Gum Arabic

A gum made from sap of the acacia tree. In the 19th century, it was a major export in parts of east Africa and Sudan. Gum arabic is used in painting and in textiles, as well as in some foodstuff and as a desert on its own.
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He said the country needs to exert further efforts to develop the gum Arabic commodity in which Sudan enjoys a comparative advantage.
The rate of fermentation of the insoluble fraction with starch and S-TE was higher compared to the control, ATE and incubations with gum Arabic and maltodextrin in the Eragrostis hay substrate (p<0.0001).
The Gum Arabic belt and its trees constitute the most suitable micro climate for the rainfall of 1,000 billion cubic metres of water filling the ground reservoirs and maintaining the rain fed agriculture and supplying the Nile River and its tributaries, and considered the main supply of water to Egypt and other countries.
The use of polyvinyl acetate was not influenced by the type of filler, whereas with the use of gum arabic, the use of dolomitic limestone provided superior results.
According to 2017 BMC Haematology journal, daily administration of Gum Arabic for 12 weeks resulted in an increase in total anti-oxidants and a reduction of the oxidative stress in this study that recruited 45 patients carrying haemoglobin SS.
Oral intake of Gum Arabic significantly decreased the level of TNF[alpha] after Gum Arabic intake (p value 0.05) (Figure 2).
He expected Sudan's gum Arabic production to exceed 200,000 tonnes early next year, saying the new policies include direct contracts with the producers and exporters besides the expansion of global markets.
Growing application of gum arabic as tablet binders, film forming agent, and suspending agents in production of pharmaceuticals
Gum Arabic (Acacia senega) (GA), family Fabaceae is a small deciduous Acacia tree from the genus Senegalia, known by the common names Rfaudraksha, Gum Acacia, Gum Arabic Tree, or Gum Senegal Tree.
In this study, before the swelling behaviour of the ternary nanocomposite (Gum Arabic /PVA/Alginate) was characterized by gravimetrically for the different pH medium and then the adsorption of BB3 was studied on this ternary nanocomposite.
Gum arabic in solid form was ground before making further concentrations, whereas Aloe vera gel and cinnamon oil were in liquid form.