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(ˈdʒɪndʒɪlɪ) ,




1. (Plants) the oil obtained from sesame seeds
2. (Plants) another name for sesame
[C18: from Hindi jingalī]
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However, the price of copra (coconut) (three percent), raw wool, floriculture, cotton seed and gingelly seed (two percent each) and rape and mustard seed and raw cotton (one percent each) moved up.
Residues such as wheat bran, rice bran, soybean bran, barley bran, soy oil cake, olive oil cake, gingelly oil cake, babassu oil cake, coconut oil cake, sugarcane bagasse and pumpkin seeds have been reported to be effective for lipase production (Edwinoliver et al.
Almost all of the patients used coconut oil for hair dressing except two, who used either gingelly oil or a mixture of coconut oil and castor oil.
However, the price of flowers (16%), gingelly seed (12%), copra (coconut) (7%), guar seed (5%), linseed and rape & mustard seed (3% each), castor seed (2%) and safflower (kardi seed), raw cotton, groundnut seed and raw wool (1% each) moved up.
The most popular is a special paste made with fried Naarthangi (Citrofortunella microcarpa--a small citrus fruit) leaves in gingelly (sesame) oil mixed with scraped coconut and Bengal grams (a legume closely related to chickpeas).
1998) who reported the requirement of 60 % initial moisture content for maximum lipase production by Aspergillus niger with gingelly oilseed cake.
also known as sesamum, gingelly, sim sim, benniseed, and til) is probably the most ancient oilseed known and used by humans as a food source [1].
Bold varieties of ground nut kernels and gingelly seeds are taken and dried in the sun tore move excess moisture.
Tenders are invited for procurement of 8,000 tins of gingelly oil grade-i with agmark