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Synonyms for agar-agar

a colloidal extract of algae


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Caption: Figure 4: Cast was duplicated with Agar-Agar and wax pattern with a bracing arm on 13 and 25 was prepared over it
de azucar * un chorrito de zumo de limon * 4 cucharaditas de agar-agar (o 12 gr.
Among their topics are agar-agar, carrageenan and furcellaran, cellulose derivatives, egg proteins, gelatin, gum arabic, pectin, starch, and xanthan gum.
208 tonnes d'algues brutes et 805 autres d'algues transformees en agar-agar.
Vigorously stir together the egg yolks with the sweetener, pistachio flavouring, cornflour and agar-agar.
Key words: [kappa]-carrageenan, agar-agar, starch, yogurt
Agar gel was prepared by dissolving 200 mg of agar-agar (Bacto, HI-MEDIA, Mumbai) in 100 ml distilled water in steam sterilizer and dispensed in sterile screw-caped Mc-Cartney bottles in aliquots of 9 ml each and sterilized in autoclave at 121[degrees]C for 15 min.
Beneficial products already derived from cultivated marine organisms (Figure 4) include agar-agar from seaweed, the basis of solid support bacterial culture media.
We've taken a few shortcuts, deleted hard-to-find ingredients (like daikon radish greens and chuka salad, a seasoned seaweed and agar-agar mixture) and in some instances substituted others with a little guidance from Diaz while still attempting
Sea vegetables such as nori, wakame, kombu, hiziki, arame, dulse and agar-agar are an important part of the macrobiotic diet as they provide important vitamins and minerals.
The sea-weed he used is called agar-agar, which looks like a white jellyfish when cooked," she says.
1/2 cup fresh cranberries 1/4 cup chopped, seeded, and peeled oranges 1/4 cup cored and peeled ripe persimmons or apples 1/3 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg 1 tablespoon agar-agar gelatin flakes Lettuce, parsley, or other greenery for garnish
The nutrient medium for the isolation of enterococci is dry, nutrient medium for sterility control dry, nutrient medium for the primary identification of enterobacteria, nutrient medium for the isolation of enterobacteria, dry, agar-agar microbiological
The Yokan Chair takes its name from the delicately tinted bars of sweet bean paste made from azuki beans, sugar and agar-agar.