Glycerin, also known as glycerine or glycerol, is commonly used as a component of soaps, lotions, and pharmaceuticals. However, with glycerin as a 10 percent byproduct of biodiesel, researchers are seeking new areas for its use.
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Alfalfa is superior to other forage crops and understanding how alfalfa grows and its relationship to forage yield & quality is critical to high quality production.READ MORE
The existing science and instrumentation for residual antibiotic analyses is leaning toward the LC/MS or LC/MS/MS methods because of the versatility.READ MORE
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