corn cob


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Noun1.corn cob - the hard cylindrical core that bears the kernels of an ear of corncorn cob - the hard cylindrical core that bears the kernels of an ear of corn
core - the center of an object; "the ball has a titanium core"
corn, Indian corn, maize, Zea mays - tall annual cereal grass bearing kernels on large ears: widely cultivated in America in many varieties; the principal cereal in Mexico and Central and South America since pre-Columbian times
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The carbohydrate composition of corn cob hemicelluloses.
But, Pakistan being an agricultural country has enormous biomass resources which is a sustainable fuel for our future, he said adding that Biomass including rice husk, corn cob, wood chips, sawdust etc.
The prices of corn cob have been witnessing an upward trend in the recent past which has prompted the government agencies to stockpile corn cob.
The corn cob can be utilize in low-value applications such as animal feed and charcoal.
The team compared how quickly Y-50464 and anotheryeast strain, Y-12632, could release and ferment the sugar in corn cob residues after the xylose had been extracted.
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.
Dubai Quirky products -- including shoes with removable heels, back packs for school equipped to give a massage, shoes fitted with tracking devices and a corn holder that makes it easier to hold a hot corn cob -- stole the show at a students fair held at the Wesgreen International School in Sharjah recently.
The ideal corn cob should feature a pale green husk and the silky threads underneath soft and fresh, while the cob itself should be hard and crisp with no missing kernels.
It also covers the production of both corn cob mix (CCM) and crimped maize as a means of boosting the available energy.
The Coarse scrub uses corn cob powder as its abrasive and is perfect for metal cookware, dirty sinks and even scrubbing vegetables.