amylaceous


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Synonyms for amylaceous

resembling starch

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3) Amylaceous, the main component of wheat flour, had better adhesion properties when compared with some unreacted compounds of oil-tea cake such as tea saponin, carbohydrates, plant cellulose, etc.
3%, except for those based on amylaceous substances, for which a variable rate applies.
Although this species develops best in processed amylaceous commodities, both larvae and adults can infest, feed, and develop in sound kernels (Aitken 1975).
Slurries of amylaceous flour from milled seed of cereals, beans and legumes containing dispersed particles of starch-protein agglomerates are subjected to high pressure to obtain deagglomerated starch granules and protein.
e) This pathologic change indicates that amylaceous substance is present in brain tissue.