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    1. Tischer, CA; Gorin, PAJ; Iacomini, M
      The free reducing oligosaccharides of gum arabic: aids for structural assignments in the polysaccharide

      CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS
    2. de Paula, RCM; Santana, SA; Rodrigues, JF
      Composition and rheological properties of Albizia lebbeck gum exudate

      CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS
    3. Oliveira, JD; Silva, DA; de Paula, RCM; Feitosa, JPA; Paula, HCB
      Composition and effect of salt on rheological and gelation properties of Enterolobium contortisilliquum gum exudate

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES
    4. McNamee, BF; O'Riordan, ED; O'Sullivan, M
      Effect of partial replacement of gum Arabic with carbohydrates on its microencapsulation properties

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    5. Hamilton, JGC; Naiem, DA
      Sugars in the gut of the sandfly Phlebotomus orientalis from Dinder National Park, Eastern Sudan

      MEDICAL AND VETERINARY ENTOMOLOGY
    6. Biswas, B; Biswas, S; Phillips, GO
      The relationship of specific optical rotation to structural composition for Acacia and related gums

      FOOD HYDROCOLLOIDS
    7. Picton, L; Bataille, I; Muller, G
      Analysis of a complex polysaccharide (gum arabic) by multi-angle laser light scattering coupled on-line to size exclusion chromatography and flow field flow fractionation

      CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS
    8. Jindal, SK; Singh, M; Pancholy, A; Kackar, NL
      Performance of Acacia senegal (L.) Willd accessions for tree height at rocky rangelands of the Thar Desert

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    9. Goodrum, LJ; Patel, A; Leykam, JF; Kieliszewski, MJ
      Gum arabic glycoprotein contains glycomodules of both extensin and arabinogalactan-glycoproteins

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    10. Fauconnier, ML; Blecker, C; Groyne, J; Razafindralambo, H; Vanzeveren, E; Marlier, M; Paquot, M
      Characterization of two Acacia gums and their fractions using a Langmuir film balance

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    11. Thurston, MI; Bonwick, GA; Williams, PA; Williams, JHH; Dewey, FM; Amos, A; Cronk, QCB
      Effect of heat and pH on the carbohydrate epitopes of gum from Acacia senegal recognised by monoclonal antibodies

      FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL IMMUNOLOGY
    12. Deans, JD; Diagne, O; Lindley, DK; Dione, M; Parkinson, JA
      Nutrient and organic-matter accumulation in Acacia senegal fallows over 18years

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    13. Eshete, G; Stahl, G
      Tree rings as indicators of growth periodicity of acacias in the Rift Valley of Ethiopia

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    14. Garti, N; Slavin, Y; Aserin, A
      Portulaca oleracea gum and casein interactions and emulsion stability

      FOOD HYDROCOLLOIDS
    15. Rasanen, LA; Lindstrom, K
      The effect of heat stress on the symbiotic interaction between Sinorhizobium sp. and Acacia senegal

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    16. Beleski-Carneiro, EB; Ganter, JLMS; Reicher, F
      Structural aspects of the exudate from the fruit of Chorisia speciosa St. Hil

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES
    17. PRODOLLIET J; HISCHENHUBER C
      FOOD AUTHENTICATION BY CARBOHYDRATE CHROMATOGRAPHY

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR LEBENSMITTEL-UNTERSUCHUNG UND-FORSCHUNG A-FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    18. ESHETE G; STAHL G
      FUNCTIONS FOR MULTIPHASE ASSESSMENT OF BIOMASS IN ACACIA WOODLANDS OFTHE RIFT-VALLEY OF ETHIOPIA

      Forest ecology and management
    19. KARAMALLA KA; SIDDIG NE; OSMAN ME
      ANALYTICAL DATA FOR ACACIA-SENEGAL VAR. SENEGAL GUM SAMPLES COLLECTEDBETWEEN 1993 AND 1995 FROM SUDAN

      Food hydrocolloids
    20. IDRIS OHM; WILLIAMS PA; PHILLIPS GO
      CHARACTERIZATION OF GUM FROM ACACIA-SENEGAL TREES OF DIFFERENT AGE AND LOCATION USING MULTIDETECTION GEL-PERMEATION CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Food hydrocolloids
    21. MOCAK J; JURASEK P; PHILLIPS GO; VARGA S; CASADEI E; CHIKEMAI BN
      THE CLASSIFICATION OF NATURAL GUMS - X - CHEMOMETRIC CHARACTERIZATIONOF EXUDATE GUMS THAT CONFORM TO THE REVISED SPECIFICATION OF THE GUM-ARABIC FOR FOOD USE, AND THE IDENTIFICATION OF ADULTERANTS

      Food hydrocolloids
    22. Fotisch, K; Fah, J; Wuthrich, B; Altmann, F; Haustein, D; Vieths, S
      IgE antibodies specific for carbohydrates in a patient allergic to gum arabic (Acacia senegal)

      ALLERGY
    23. MCNAMEE BF; ORIORDAN ED; OSULLIVAN M
      EMULSIFICATION AND MICROENCAPSULATION PROPERTIES OF GUM-ARABIC

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    24. DIALLO I; SAMB PI; GAYE A; SALL PN; DUHOUX E; BA AT
      FLORAL BIOLOGY AND POLLINATION IN ACACIA- SENEGAL (L.) WILLD

      Acta botanica gallica
    25. DEWEY FM; THURSTON MI; CRONK QCB
      MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES THAT DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN GUM-ARABIC, GUM SEYAL AND COMBRETUM GUM

      FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL IMMUNOLOGY
    26. ISLAM AM; PHILLIPS GO; SLJIVO A; SNOWDEN MJ; WILLIAMS PA
      A REVIEW OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS ON THE REGULATORY, STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-ASPECTS OF GUM-ARABIC

      Food hydrocolloids
    27. GOYCOOLEA FM; DELABARCA AMC; BALDERRAMA JR; VALENZUELA JR
      IMMUNOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF THE EXUDATE GUM FROM NORTHWESTERN MEXICAN MESQUITE (PROSOPIS SPP) IN COMPARISON WITH GUM-ARABIC

      International journal of biological macromolecules
    28. PALMA B; VOGT GF; NEVILLE P
      MICROGRAFTING, AN ANSWER TO THE IN-VITRO MULTIPLICATION OF ACACIA-SENEGAL (L) WILLD

      Annales des Sciences Forestieres
    29. DECLOUX M; DORNIER M; GRATIUS I
      CROSS-FLOW MICROFILTRATION OF GUM-ARABIC SOLUTIONS - COMPARISON OF THE CLASSICAL SYSTEM WITH THE COCURRENT PERMEATE FLOW SYSTEM

      International journal of food science & technology
    30. SUNDARARAJ R; MURUGESAN S; MISHRA RN
      FIELD-EVALUATION OF NEEM SEED OIL AGAINST THE BABUL WHITEFLY ACAUDALEYRODES RACHIPORA (SINGH) (ALEYRODIDAE, HOMOPTERA) ON ACACIA-SENEGAL SEEDLINGS

      Annals of Arid Zone
    31. MENZIES AR; OSMAN ME; MALIK AA; BALDWIN TC
      A COMPARISON OF THE PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND IMMUNOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF THE PLANT GUM EXUDATES OF ACACIA-SENEGAL (GUM-ARABIC) AND ACACIA SEYAL (GUM TAHLA)

      Food additives and contaminants
    32. BISWAS S; BISWAS B; PHILLIPS GO
      CLASSIFICATION OF NATURAL GUMS .8. CHEMOMETRIC ASSIGNMENT OF COMMERCIAL GUM EXUDATES FROM AFRICA USING CLUSTER-ANALYSIS ON THE PROTEIN AMINO-ACID COMPOSITIONS

      Food hydrocolloids
    33. RAY AK; BIRD PB; IACOBUCCI GA; CLARK BC
      FUNCTIONALITY OF GUM-ARABIC - FRACTIONATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND EVALUATION OF GUM FRACTIONS IN CITRUS OIL-EMULSIONS AND MODEL BEVERAGES

      Food hydrocolloids
    34. GOYCOOLEA FM; MORRIS ER; RICHARDSON RK; BELL AE
      SOLUTION RHEOLOGY OF MESQUITE GUM IN COMPARISON WITH GUM-ARABIC

      Carbohydrate polymers
    35. TAKIGAMI S; TAKIGAMI M; PHILLIPS GO
      EFFECT OF PREPARATION METHOD ON THE HYDRATION CHARACTERISTICS OF HYLAN AND COMPARISON WITH ANOTHER HIGHLY CROSS-LINKED POLYSACCHARIDE, GUM-ARABIC

      Carbohydrate polymers
    36. NDOYE I; GUEYE M; DANSO SKA; DREYFUS B
      NITROGEN-FIXATION IN FAIDHERBIA-ALBIDA, ACACIA-RADDIANA, ACACIA-SENEGAL AND ACACIA-SEYAL ESTIMATED USING THE N-15 ISOTOPE-DILUTION TECHNIQUE

      Plant and soil
    37. PALMA B; VOGT G; NEVILLE P
      ENDOGENOUS FACTORS THAT LIMIT SEED-GERMINATION OF ACACIA-SENEGAL WILLD

      Phyton
    38. PALMA B; VOGT G; NEVILLE P
      ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE GERMINATION OF SEEDS OF ACACIA-SENEGAL, WILLD

      Phyton
    39. OSMAN ME; MENZIES AR; MARTIN BA; WILLIAMS PA; PHILLIPS GO; BALDWIN TC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF GUM-ARABIC FRACTIONS OBTAINED BY ANION-EXCHANGE CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Phytochemistry
    40. STEFFAN W; KOVAC P; ALBERSHEIM P; DARVILL AG; HAHN MG
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY THAT RECOGNIZES AN ARABINOSYLATED (1-]6)-BETA-D-GALACTAN EPITOPE IN PLANT-COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATES

      Carbohydrate research
    41. MOLLARD A; JOSELEAU JP
      ACACIA-SENEGAL CELLS CULTURED IN SUSPENSION SECRETE A HYDROXYPROLINE-DEFICIENT ARABINOGALACTAN-PROTEIN

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    42. OSMAN ME; MENZIES AR; WILLIAMS PA; PHILLIPS GO
      FRACTIONATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GUM-ARABIC SAMPLES FROM VARIOUSAFRICAN COUNTRIES

      Food hydrocolloids
    43. ROBERTSON WH
      MODELING SOIL-NITROGEN LEVELS UNDER ACACIA SORGHUM ROTATIONS

      Agroforestry systems
    44. PALMA B; VOGT G; NEVILLE P
      COMPARISON OF ROOT PRUNING SYSTEMS OF SEEDLINGS AND PLANTLETS OF ACACIA-SENEGAL (L) WILLD

      Phyton
    45. GARTI N; REICHMAN D; HENDRICKX HACM; DICKINSON E; JACKSON LK; BERGENSTAHL B
      HYDROCOLLOIDS AS FOOD EMULSIFIERS AND STABILIZERS

      Food structure
    46. BISWAS B; PHILLIPS GO
      CLASSIFICATION OF NATURAL GUMS .5. IDENTIFICATION OF COMMERCIAL GUM-ARABIC FROM AFRICA BY EUCLIDEAN MODELING

      Food hydrocolloids
    47. DUVALLET S; FENYO JC; VANDEVELDE MC
      THE CHARACTERIZATION OF GUM-ARABIC FROM AN EXPERIMENTAL FIELD OF FERLO (NORTH SENEGAL)

      Food hydrocolloids
    48. JURASEK P; KOSIK M; PHILLIPS GO
      THE CLASSIFICATION OF NATURAL GUMS .2. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GUM-ARABIC OF COMMERCE BASED ON A CHEMOMETRIC STUDY OF AMINO-ACID COMPOSITIONS

      Food hydrocolloids


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