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    Exudate Case Study

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    Introduction An exudate is a liquid secreted by an organism through pores, wound or cut by a method known as exuding. In plants exudates include saps, latex, nectar, resin and gums (Power et al., 2010). These plant exudates are used in a broad range of food and pharmaceutical product in addition to several other technical applications. As a result, they form an essential group of non-wood forest products (NWFPs) and are therefore a foundation to multi-billion industries worldwide. These plant exudates especially gums are a major part of world trade and this is very telling to the potential value addition of NWFPs at various stages all the way from harvesting to their end uses. (FAO, 1995) Other than essential oils which provide a range of flavours and fragrances, latexes, resins and gums are the most widely used and traded produce of non-wood forest products that is excluding things that are used up directly as foods,…

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    Acacia Gum Research Paper

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    What are the primary benefits of acacia gum? Description: acacia gum is an anteing herb which is now treated as one of the most important ingredients of herbal world but now normal drugs are also including the same for its beneficial effects. In modern pharmaceutical world, acacia gum is a big name as this hum has got a lot of medicinal properties. It acts as demulcent in different drugs that are used for healing various wounds. On the other hand, plaque and periodic bacteria deposition can be…

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    When it comes to gum, romance usually isn’t something that you think about, but when Extra Gum released their commercial The Story of Sarah and Juan in 2015 it most likely changed a lot of people’s minds- gum equals romance. Extra took this level of an emotional love story farther by using Elvis Presley’s classic “Can't Help Falling in Love” sung by Haley Reinhart which might have you wiping tears away by the end. This ridiculously adorable commercial tells a story of two high school…

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    Extra Gum Commercial

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    Youtube on October 7th 2015, “Extra Gum: the story of Sarah and Juan”, is an advertisement that has become shared and viewed by many people on the internet due to it’s sweet interpretation of a young couples love story. In 1984, Extra was Wrigley's Company first ever sugar free product and became one of the most popular brands of chewing gum. The commercial begins in a high school setting where two young teenagers notice each other and are attracted the instant they exchanged glances. Soon…

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    Wrigley Advertisements

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    is a pack of double mint gum on the ad and the lettering says, “Rain or shine, Double mint gum helps keep your facial contour young and lovely.” The next add was made during WWII. Wrigley’s gum was no longer available to buy during the war because supplies were rationed. However, advertising continued with many Remember this Package adds. This ad has a picture of a pack of Wrigley’s gum and a few words to remind folks that Wrigley’s gum was not gone forever and it would return when the war was…

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    Gum History

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    Americans were chewing their own type of gum. Furthermore the range of history is actually extremely important. It helps better explain why gum is still around today and why it will most likely continue its existence throughout the future. Gum has played an important in society in the past and has developed into a $26 billion industry, greatly impacting the life of the modern people. Gum’s begging is mostly widely recognized with the Mayans. They noticed that chicle from the Sapodilla trees was…

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    In contemporary America, young adults are infatuated with the classic love story. Whether it is Twilight or The Notebook, romantic movies and novels have become increasingly more popular and continue to be successful in the young adult market in America. Wrigley’s “Give extra, get extra” campaign for Extra gum, whose brand strategy is about making meaningful connections, addresses this captivation with love stories among America’s youth in their most recent ad. The ad, which is titled “The Story…

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    house for lunch. Scout sees Walter’s habits at lunch like putting molasses on his food and the housekeeper, Calpurnia, helps her realize everyone has different lives and habits. They go back to school and the teacher, Miss Caroline, sees a bug crawl out of a boy’s hair and freaks out. The boy said a lot of rude and mean things and Miss Caroline cries. Scout goes home and tells her father and she says she doesn’t want to go to school but her father, Atticus, tells her she has to but they won’t…

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    Reflective Essay # 3

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    Now my dad stopped chewing tobacco around a year ago. Great, I know! To fill the empty void of chewing tobacco he has taken up chewing gum, while I am happy that this change has been made, it can be known to drive me crazy. I’m not sure what’s worse the snapping of the gum after a bubble or the chewing noise in a small quiet room or car, either way it drives me up a wall. Now the noise of gum has bothered me since like middle school, and I know it bothers quite a few of people, but it’s just…

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    Growing up, there was one product that I could not live without and this was chewing gum. I loved everything about it: the unwrapping of a new piece, the vibrant taste as you chew the fresh piece, and the challenge of stuffing the most amount of gum you could in your mouth to make the biggest bubble ever. This simple and ideal tradition is banned from most schools. If schools want students to feel comfortable, schools need to rethink their restriction. To begin, BBC News states that gum chewing…

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