copal


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As long as you stick to the ratio of 2 parts beeswax to 1 part each copal resin and jojoba oil, you can scale the recipe.
copal trade went largely unchallenged until 2009, when one of her most
The weak symmetric C[H.sub.3] stretching band, with the maximum being placed near 2880 [cm.sup.-1], appears more resolved in Venetian turpentine and colophony with respect to sandarac and Manila copal which present the additional, sharp symmetric C[H.sub.2] stretching band maximum at 2857 [cm.sup.-1].
Colombian copal is the subfossil resins of leguminous trees of the genus Hymenaea sp.
Copal Amba was formed through Moody's acquisitions of Copal Partners in 2011 and Amba Investment Services in 2013.
Para Astrocaryum javarense se muestrearon en el bosque de tierra firme Fierrocano: 20 adultos, 10 juveniles II, 15 juveniles I y 37 plantulas; y en el bosque de tierra firme Copal: 20 adultos, 12 juveniles II, 10 juveniles I y 59 plantulas.
Copal, also a tree resin but nowhere near as old as amber, is used as a substitute but becomes sticky when rubbed vigorously with a piece of cloth.
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The team tried, and failed, to extract and sequence DNA from two stingless bees (one shown above) embedded in copal, a substance that forms as plant resin becomes amber.
The team led by amber expert Dr David Penney and co-ordinated by ancient DNA expert Professor Terry Brown used highly-sensitive 'next generation' sequencing techniques - the most advance type of DNA sequencing - on insects in copal, the sub-fossilized resin precursor of amber.
Army Natick Soldier RD&E Center, Steve Mlynarek of the University of South Florida and Copal Coimbatore of Texas Tech.