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oilcake

[ˈɔɪlkeɪk] Ntorta f de borujo, torta f de linaza
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The waterways can be used to transport food grains (principally wheat and rice), cotton, cottonseed, oilcakes, sugar, fertilizer, cement, limestone, construction materials, chemicals, petroleum and derivatives, iron ore, steel, coal cake and all other non-time sensitive cargos.
Exhibits are organized into eight bays: (l) Gum, Resin, India Rubber, Lac, Kino; (2) Oils, Oilseeds, Oilcakes, Soaps and Waxes; (3) Dyes and Tans etc.; (4) Fibres, Silk, Cotton, Jute, Wool; (5) Medicinal Produces and Indigenous Drugs; (6) Narcotics, Opium, Indian hemp, Tobacco; (7) Food substances, Sugar, Starch, Cereals; (8) Indian Timbers.
"We are fully import-dependent to meet our local demand." Bangladesh has to import 50 percent of maize, 40 percent soybean oilcakes and 80 percent of master oilcakes that go for total feed production, he added.
Pandey, "Comparison of phytase production on wheat bran and oilcakes in solid-state fermentation by Mucor racemosus," Bioresource Technology, vol.
Other competing uses are as soil amendments or as fuel for cooking, proportion of the grain that is turned into agro-industrial by-products (bran), proportion of the crop yield giving by-products, for example, oilcakes, dry matter content of fresh straw and energy value of the stover expressed in MJ/MT dry matter [15].
A number of nonconventional carbon sources such as starch, oilcakes, cassava starch, potato, corn and tapioca have been used in submerged fermentation for various enzymes production [12, 13, 14, 15].
Effect of fungicides, microbial antagonists and oilcakes in the control of Fusarium solani, the cause of seed rot, seedling and root infection of bottle gourd, bitter gourd and cucumber.
Ghosh K, Das I, Das DK, Sanyal SK (2012) Evaluation of humic and fulvic acid extracts of compost, oilcakes and soils on complex formation with arsenic.
Edible oilcakes have a high nutritional value, especially having protein content ranging from 15% to 50% (http://www.seaofindia.com/).
However, the decision on extension of duty-free import of oilcakes to boost fodder supply was left to the Finance Ministry, which will take a call after assessing the demand and supply situation.