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EXTRACT. A part of a writing. In general this is not evidence, because the whole of the writing may explain the part extracted, so as to give it a different sense; but sometimes extracts from public books are evidence, as the extracts from the registers of births, marriages and burials, kept according to law, when the whole of the matter has been extracted which relates to the cause or matter in issue.

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Site management and soil characterisation Seven established field sites, located on rain-fed grazing properties in north and north-west Tasmania and covering a wide range of soil textures, [PBI.sub.+ColP] values (6-519), and extractable P concentrations, were examined in this study.
The scientists found that total extractable protein was minimized with either 2% egg white content, or 2% potato extract content, suggesting that the protein-to-protein gel network improved during the cooking process.
Extractable and leachable concerns apply mostly to process contact materials (PCM) components, especially in the downstream part of the biopharma process after the filtration step.
The soils had a wide range of textures, surface areas and extractable aluminium.
In the tropical soils extractable Fe and Al oxides are important (Agbenin, 2003).
Extractable juice (%) = ([W.sub.2]/[W.sub.1]) x 100.
The KHFA valve is compatible with a range of formulations with a clean extractable profile.
Table 3: Summary statistics for AB-DTPA extractable trace elements of the investigated soils
Very limited data also exist on effect of purified water extractable AXs on carbohydrate digestive enzymes.
The centrifugation, prevulcanization leaching, and postvulcanization leaching steps in the manufacturing process of NRL gloves remove a significant amount of the extractable proteins in NRL leading to reduced risk of protein allergies [5].