candelilla


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Synonyms for candelilla

wax-coated Mexican shrub related to Euphorbia antisyphilitica

wax-coated shrub of northern Mexico and southwestern United States

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Both vegan (using candelilla wax) and vegetarian (using beeswax) are available, as well as scented with essential oil (lavender or any specifically-requested essential oil).
(4) Fruits treated with candelilla or flava emulsions diluted with water 10 : 90 v/v and then stored at 16[degrees]C (C10:90 or F10:90).
Lipideos e ceras tendem a ser mais permeaveis a gases, mas apresentam a melhor barreira a vapor d'agua e incluem cera de carnauba, candelilla e farelo de arroz (BALDWIN et al., 2011).
El aprovechamiento de estos recursos se concentra por orden de importancia en especies como la lechuguilla (Agave lechuguilla Torr.), candelilla (Euphorbia antisyphilitica Zucc.), oregano (Lippia graveolens HBK.), sotol Dasylirion cedrosanum Trel.
da Cunha, "Thermal and rheological properties of organogels formed by sugarcane or candelilla wax in soybean oil," Food Research International, vol.
Aguilar, "Edible candelilla wax coating with fermented extract of tarbush improves the shelf life and quality of apples," Food Packaging and Shelf Life, vol.
With a special emphasis on the candelilla plant and the use of wax from it, researchers synthesize the current knowledge of food processing technologies of different commodities for students and researchers in food professions and for non-professionals who want to learn techniques of food processing and quality assurance.