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Herbert D Weiss, Robert G Reynolds: Meat acidulant. Balchem Corporation, Banner Birch McKie & Beckett, September 20, 1988: US04772477 (56 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an acidulant and a method of acidulating moist meat and meat emulsions at meat processing temperatures in the range of about 32.degree. F. to 135.degree. F. The method comprises mixing a coated acidulant into the meat or meat emulsion, the acidulant having a coating ef ...


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Carin Larsson Backstrom: Phospholipids containing omega-3-fatty acids. Pharmacia, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, July 18, 1995: US05434183 (56 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an emulsion which comprises phospholipids containing omega-3-fatty acids such as DHA and EPA in a high amount and a vegetable oil and/or marine oil. It also relates to the use of phospholipids containing the omega-3-fatty acids such as DHA and EPA in high amount for the manu ...


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James W Lambert, Duane L Johnson: Vegetable oil lubricants for internal combustion engines and total loss lubrication. Agro Management Group, Patent Law Offices of Rick Martin P C, March 30, 1999: US05888947 (54 worldwide citation)

The vegetable oil based lubricant of the present invention is derived primarily from plants, a renewable resource. It is readily biodegradable via .alpha.- and .beta.-oxidation utilizing microbes naturally present in the environment and is non-toxic to flora and fauna. The vegetable based lubricant ...


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Thomas M Kurth: Cellular plastic material. Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, January 30, 2001: US06180686 (54 worldwide citation)

An improved cellular plastic material comprises a urethane foam that is the reaction product of soy oil, an isocyanate, and a cross linker. The soy oil replaces the polyol typically generally required in the production of urethanes. Because the replaced polyol is a petrochemical, use of a renewable ...


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Raymond S C Wong, Ian Grant, Jayantilal D Patel, Jeff P K Parker, Eric B Swanson: Edible endogenous vegetable oil extracted from rapeseeds of reduced stearic and palmitic saturated fatty acid content. Pioneer Hi Bred International, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, July 18, 1995: US05434283 (54 worldwide citation)

Improved rape plants, seeds capable of forming the same, and a novel improved edible endogenous vegetable oil derived from the rapeseeds are provided. Such plants have the ability to yield an endogenous vegetable oil having an unusually low saturated fatty acid content. More specifically, the rape p ...


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William C Pratt: Method and apparatus for measuring internal tissue characteristics in feed animals. Micro Chemical, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, November 12, 1996: US05573002 (54 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic apparatus for evaluating internal tissue characteristics in livestock is described. The apparatus comprises a reservoir containing a conductive liquid, an ultrasonic transducer, and a handpiece which is liquidly coupled to the reservoir. As with any electronic apparatus, the apparatus ...


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Reed W Jones III: Non-polluting non-toxic drilling fluid compositions and method of preparation. Michael A O Neil, December 23, 1986: US04631136 (53 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to plant or vegetable oil-based drilling fluid compositions which are non-polluting and non-toxic, and which provide improved lubricating properties and stability for use under widely-varying load and pressure drilling conditions. The compositions are primarily based on ...


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Jose Francisco Calzada, Janardan Upadhyaya: Non-paraffin candle composition. Robert M Schwartz, Otto Kauder, May 16, 2000: US06063144 (53 worldwide citation)

A substantially non-paraffin combustible candle composition consists essentially of at least 30 parts by weight of stearic acid, at least 5 parts by weight of vegetable-derived wax having a melting point of at least 50.degree. C., 0-50 parts by weight of at least one vegetable oil, 0 to 10 parts by ...


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Paul D Kayfetz, Joseph McHugh, James Dugan: Oil-burning illuminating device. CMA, Thomas M Freiburger, January 16, 1979: US04134718 (53 worldwide citation)

A device capable of burning household vegetable oil and producing a candle-like flame is disclosed. It includes a heat-resistant upright glass tube within which a fibrous wick is positioned, extending a short distance out the top. For supporting the tube and wick in a generally flat-bottomed contain ...


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Terry L Marker: Production of olefins from biorenewable feedstocks. UOP, Frank S Molinaro, October 30, 2007: US07288685 (53 worldwide citation)

A process for producing olefins from biorenewable feedstocks has been developed. The process comprises first pretreating the feedstock, e.g. vegetable oil, to remove contaminants such as alkali metals and then cracking the purified feedstock in a fluidized catalytic cracking (FCC) zone operated at c ...



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