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CORN. In its most comprehensive sense, this term signifies every sort of grain, as well as peas and beans, this is its meaning in the memorandum usually contained in policies of insurance. But it does not include rice. 1 Park. Ins. 112; Marsh. Ins. 223, note; Stev. on Av. part 4, art. 2; Ben. on Av. eh. 10; 1 Marsh. Ins. 223; Park on Ins. 112; Wesk. Ins. 145. Vide Com. Dig. Biens, G 1.

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Cellulose fibres isolated from sawdust, sugarcane bagasse, corn cob, and sago pith waste samples were depolymerized by dissolving in AMIMCl to form 5 wt% of cellulose solution and the subsequent addition of 0.05 g Amberlyst 15 DRY (0.23 mmol [H.sub.3][O.sup.+]) as the catalyst.
The corn cob (CC) used for this study was obtained from a local farm in Alice, in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.
The composition of the medium contained the following g/l of distilled water: Corn cob, 20; [Na.sub.2] HP[O.sub.4] 5; MgS[O.sub.4] 2; [K.sub.2] HP[O.sub.4] 2; CaC[L.sub.2] 2; protease peptone, 7.5; FeS[O.sub.4] 5; MnS[O.sub.4] 1.6; ZnS[O.sub.4], 1.4.
Structure and mitogenic activities of corn cob heteroxylans.
The objective of this study was to develop corn cob (CC) filled chitosan (CS) biocomposite films.
Besides wheat husk, corn cob, corn husk, maize stem, are other sources of power generation currently being used in the cement, paper and brick kiln industries.
Now Agricultural Research Service molecular biologist Zonglin Lewis Liu and his colleagues have identified ayeast strain for ethanol production that breaks down and ferments the sugars in corn cobs left behind after xylose has been extracted.
Cover one dozen large, clean corn cobs with water; boil one to two hours.
The weekly mycellial growth of oyster (local) strain on different substrates (corn cob, wheat straw, rice straw, and sugarcane bagasse) was presented in Fig.
31 October 2012 - US agribusiness company The Andersons Inc (NASDAQ:ANDE) announced the closure of its deal to acquire Illinois-based corn cob processor Mt Pulaski Products LLC.
Hamsters are burrowing animals by nature and like a deep layer of bedding (wood shavings, beet pulp, ground corn cob, etc).
(2) Above, an old-fashioned corn sheller is used to remove kernels from a corn cob. (3) At right, Jaden Marc and Natasha Brousseau, both 7, prepare to shell corn.