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Synonyms for yolk

the yellow spherical part of an egg that is surrounded by the albumen

nutritive material of an ovum stored for the nutrition of an embryo (especially the yellow mass of a bird or reptile egg)

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The appointment comes after Yolk was named the only official Welsh supplier of recruitment services through the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) permanent recruitment framework.
Summary: A new Fact.MR research study foretells that the egg yolk lecithin market will register an impressive 6.2% value CAGR during the forecast period 2018 to 2028.
Remove the egg yolk mixture from the electric whisk.
Slice each egg in half lengthwise and remove the yolk. Put all the yolks in a small mixing bowl and all the whites on a platter.
Eggs of Fayoumi breed showed significantly higher (Pa$?0.05) specific gravity, Haugh unit score, and yolk color score as compared to other breeds.
Diets containing various carotenoids are fed to laying hens to deepen the yellow-orange color of the egg yolk, which is desired by consumers and food companies.
Crack two eggs into medium bowl and add one egg yolk. Add 1/8 teaspoon salt and pinch pepper.
I'd never had a double yolk in my life," said Babs, who receives a twice-weekly delivery of half a dozen eggs from Thomson Dairies of Wishaw.
(2004)reported that after hatching, during yolk resorption, the decrease in total lipid content and the changes observed in lipid class content similarly reflect the consumption and lipid mobilization by the larvae.
The Fiscal Control Unit prevented an attempt to sell 21 tons of liquid egg yolk on the territory of Bulgaria without a certificate, announced the National Revenue Agency (NRA).
(3) It is estimated that 10% to 15% of yolk sac tumors will be of extragonadal origin, with the most common reported sites including sacrococcygeal, thorax (predominantly mediastinum), vagina, brain (predominantly pineal), and retroperitoneum.
We investigated whether maternal yolk corticosterone levels in greater rheas differ between fresh eggs collected from an intensive (IRS) and a semiextensive (SRS) rearing system.