Milk vessel

(Bot.) a special cell in the inner bark of a plant, or a series of cells, in which the milky juice is contained. See Latex.

See also: Milk

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The milk vessel is tilted to access practically every last drop of cold milk, avoiding waste.
Tenders are invited for Supply of hostel equipment : Modern Steam Generator Unit, Rice Vessel, Dal Vessel, Milk Vessel
Various plant species are used in central Ethiopia for the smoking treatment of milk vessels and milk containers by smallholder farmers, the most common one being the wild olive or 'Ejersa' (Olea europaea subspecies africana) (27).
The word "destroyed" is scrawled across several pages, each for different reasons, but possibly through lack of awareness of hygiene and the secondhand plant - former milk vessels - being unable to cope with what was being asked of it.
Extensive pipework modifications were required to connect cooling water onto the refurbished raw milk and existing finished milk vessels, together with re-wiring of these items.