2 edition of Microbial degradation of the exudate gum of Sterculia urens (gum karaya) found in the catalog.
Microbial degradation of the exudate gum of Sterculia urens (gum karaya)
Wynn Russell Raymond
Written in English
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GUM KARAYA (Sterculia urens) Sterculia or Karaya or Thapsi tree is a native of dry deciduous forests of dry rocky hills lands having tropical climate. Gum Karaya is an exudate of gum obtained from the trees of Sterculia Urens one of the most important forest products of our country. In India, the species of sterculia are found in tropical Himalayas, west and central India, . It contains a description of the world’s plant gum exudates: their sources, distribution, properties, and applications. It also includes many traditional and nontraditional uses of exudates that have been developed in our laboratory and many other hydrocolloid research and development laboratories worldwide.
First published by Blackwell Publishing Ltd ISBN: Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Handbook of industrial water soluble polymers / edited by Peter A. Williams p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Vitamin B refers to several water soluble vitamins often found together in foods, all of which are necessary for normal growth and metabolism, but none of which are synthesized in adequate amounts by humans. The common forms of vitamin B include vitamin B1 (), B2 (), B3 (), B6 and B12 (cyanocobalamin).Except for niacin (when given in high doses), there is no evidence that .
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Surface properties and bulk rheology of Sterculia apetala gum exudate dispersions Article in Food Hydrocolloids 32(2)– August with 72 Reads How we measure 'reads'. GK is a natural gum exudate of the Sterculia urens tree belonging to the family Sterculiaceae (Singh and Vashishtha,Singh et al., ).
It is a branched and partially acetylated polysaccharide which is hydrophilic, anionic nature and it is obtained as a calcium and magnesium salt (Babu et al.,Silva et al.,Singh et al Cited by: Acacia gum (AG, E), also called gum arabic, is a plant exudate used since the Stone Age in various applications, such as food, and the cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries, because of.
Karaya gum, also known as sterculia gum, is the dry exudate of Sterculia urens (Roxburgh), a large and bushy tree. The majority of commercial material is obtained from wild S. urens trees, indigenous to central and northern India and more than half of the gum is produced in the state of Andhra by: A review is presented of the regulatory procedures surrounding the approval of substances for food additives.
Currently there are only 3 commercially available types of gum exudate that are permitted as food additives, viz. gum arabic, from Acacia senegal, gum karaya, from Sterculia urens, S. caudata and S. setigera, and gum tragacanth from asiatic Astragalus by: Guar gum is used in colon-delivery systems due to its drug release retarding property and susceptibility to microbial degradation in the large intestine.
Gum acacia or gum arabic is the dried gummy exudate obtained from the stem and branches of Acacia senegal Karaya gum is obtained from Sterculia urens (Family sterculiaceae). Different Sterculia and Brachychiton species were previously known to produce gummy exudates from tree bark which were used since ancient times as stabilizers, emulsifiers and thickeners in food industry and drug‐delivery systems.
Gum karaya, obtained from the stem and branches of S. urens, was known years ago as an alternative to Cited by: 4. Gums exudates are amongst the oldest natural gums. They are already being used as thickening and stabilizing agents from last years. The major exudate gum - gum karaya - possess a unique range of functionalities.
It has been important items of international trade in the food, pharmaceutical, adhesive, paper, textile, and other industries for by: 4.  Anderson DMW McNab CGA Anderson CG Brown PM Pringuer MA. Studies of uronic acid materials.
Gum exudates from the genus Sterculia (gum karaya). Int Tree Crop J. DOI: /  Le Cerf D Irinei F Muller G. Solution properties of gum exudates from Sterculia urens (Karaya gum). Carbohydr Polym. Cited by: A lubricant formulation of carbamoylethyl katira and a microwave assisted process for the preparation of the lubricant formulation of carbamoylethyl katira.
The lubricant formulation of carbamoylethyl katira having antibacterial activity useful for eye lubricant based formulations, treatment of dry eye disease syndrome, : Vikas Rana, Radhika Sharma, Sunil Kamboj, Kuldeep Singh, Sarasija Suresh.
Kondagogu (Cochlospermum gossypium) gum (KG), a natural tree exudate, was investigated for its morphological, adsorption and metal interaction behavior with various toxic heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Ni, Cr and Fe). SEM, AFM and TEM techniques were used to study the morphological changes occurring after metal adsorption onto the biopolymer structure.
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