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Synonyms for albumen

a simple water-soluble protein found in many animal tissues and liquids

the white part of an egg

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Except for shell strength and Haugh unit, other egg quality parameters (shape index, shell thickness, shell weight, yolk color, yolk index and albumen index) were not affected by common vetch compared with the control diet (p>0.
Foreign Trade of Purified Albumen or Polysaccharide Vaccines
Significant differences were detected concerning egg components and quality measurements as assessed by albumen percentage (p = 0.
It includes the first known photo of snowmen, plus 42 salt and one albumen prints, all taken during the 1840s and early 1850s demonstrating the early use of photography as an art form.
Cregg's work has had a significant impact on the development of pharmaceutical proteins such as chimeric monoclonal antibodies, which work against rheumatoid arthritis, certain cancers and other diseases, as well as human serum albumen, a component of artificial blood plasma.
Albumen quality is not only an important indicator of egg freshness, it is also significant for the egg processing industry.
Albumen - to give it its posh name - is a great firmer and finisher.
A mix of egg albumen - with a total nitrogen content of 14 per cent - and water, it is baked on for an hour at 50C and a humidity of 30 per cent.
Albumen height was measured in the middle of the thick albumen equidistant from the outer edge of the albumen and the yolk.
Mayall, or Cnut as we shall call him, arrived with trusty butler, Brian Albumen, in tow.
Albumen weight was calculated by subtracting yolk and shell weight from total egg weight.
These albums, compiled between 1860-1866 by Baron von Brandis, contain a collection of 371 rare and historically significant salt and albumen prints.
The packets list egg albumen - used as a binding agent - as an ingredient but don't say the eggs aren't free range.
A 600 ml albumen was homogenized (IKA type-T25BS1, Germany) at low speed for 60 s.