2 edition of Report on Gum Arabic in Bornu province, Nigeria found in the catalog.
Report on Gum Arabic in Bornu province, Nigeria
A. H. W. Weir
by Printed by the Government Printer in Lagos
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Borno, formerly Bornu, state, northeastern Nigeria. It is the central fragment of the old Bornu empire of the Kanuri people. Its name is said to mean "Home of the Berbers." The territory became part of Northern Nigeria after the division of Bornu between the British and the French at the turn of the century and became Borno state in Anogeissus leiocarpus gum samples were collected randomly as natural exudates from 3 different locations in Sudan, namely Abojebiha (season ), Elfula and Rosaries (season ). Physicochemical properties of gum samples (moisture, ash, nitrogen, protein, specific rotation, relative viscosity, refractive index, equivalent weight, pH, uranic acid, reducing sugar and tannin content).
The history of Africa begins with the prehistory of Africa and the emergence of Homo sapiens in East Africa, continuing into the present as a patchwork of diverse and politically developing nation recorded history of early civilization arose in Egypt, and later in Nubia, the Sahel, the Maghreb and the Horn of the Middle Ages, Islam spread through the regions. Get gum arabic at best price with product specifications. Listed gum arabic manufacturers, suppliers, dealers & exporters are offering best deals for gum arabic at your nearby location.
The difference between the Islamic north and the Christian south is a line of division in today’s Nigeria where there are more Muslims than in Egypt and Saudia Arabia combined. 3 The history of Northern Nigeria—the historical polities of Bornu and Kanem, Hausaland, and the Sultanate of Sokoto, which extended beyond Nigeria’s present. The town of Wau (7° 42' N., 28° 3' E.), on the Jur, is the capital of the Bahr-el-Ghazal province of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. 0 OMDURMAN, a town of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, on the west bank of the Nile, immediately north of the junction of the White and Blue Niles in 15° 38' N., 32° 29' E., 2 m.
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End in W.R Dunstan to Colonial Office hereinafter CO) February CO /79/ K.R MACDONALD The Gum Arabic Industry in Bornu Farm and Forest Ibadan II 13 H.S BLUNT Gum Arabic Production in the Sudan London Oxford University Press ) MACDONALD Gum arabic has to be distinguished from resins Like other gums of commerce it Cited by: 1.
Commenting on the gum arabic wealth of Bornu Province, the Bornu Commissioner, W.P. Hewby wrote: «This [acasia Senegal] is to be met in the greater part of Bornu. Commenting on the gum arabic wealth of Bornu province, the Bornu Resident Commissioner W.
Hewby wrote: 'This [acasia senegal] is to be met in the greater part of Bornu, including the West and South, but in the greatest profusion by far Report on Gum Arabic in Bornu province the hard black marshland bordering the.
Six commercial gum arabic samples and authenticated samples of gum from Acacia senegal and Acacia seyal have been characterised using a range of chemical and physicochemical techniques including Author: Timothy Baldwin. Three-fourths of Bornu proper, s sq.
m., forms part of the British protectorate of Nigeria. Bornu is for the most part an alluvial plain, the country sloping gradually to Lake Chad, which formerly spread over a much larger area than it now occupies. There is a considerable production of small poles for local use.
In 2 tons of gum arabic (Acacia senegal) was taken from Bornu province and tons of Acacia nilotica fruits were used for tannin in Kano. Thulin () estimated the annual consumption of major forest products in the Nigerian savanna as follows.
Throughout most of the 19th century gum collected in Nigeria was taken by caravan to Tripoli where it was sold as Senegalese gum. The British colonial administration was very interested in the gum producing capacities of Bornu Province since the British had to buy gum at market prices in Trieste and Bordeaux.
Gum Arabic which is grown all over the savannah is equally very common in the Sambisa. It has become a major crop grown by the people along the corridor. Boko Haram. Wallace in a report on Northern Nigeria The British Blue Books, Correspondence relating to Railway Construction in Nigeria () and Further Correspondence, gum Arabic is the product of Acacia Senegal, abundant in dry tropical west Africa from Senegal to northern Nigeria.
Take the Sokoto basin down to Kano, there is gold in abundant deposit Nigerian has the second best gum Arabic in the world, but it is not reflected in the economy of this country. Effect of gum arabic on the absorption of a single oral dose of amoxicillin in healthy Sudanese volunteers.
J Antimicrob Chemother ; View abstract. Table li. Origin of Acacia and Combretum samples detailed in Table I (column b) NO. to Description Vulgares Sedes Acacia senegal (Nige) (authenticated) Gum Arabic Combretum Gum Arabic (Sudan) Quala en Nahal Goz el Ganzara Goz Ashgar Bomu Province Nigeria Uganda~omme~ial) Re ference/Designation 1.
seyal tree (Talh) exudes gum which now graded as A. senegal (Hashab) gum taken the same code EPhoto: Courtesy Fatih Farah Ali. The Sudan exportation of the gum Arabic during the term Book the best hotels in Kontagora, Nigeria at amazing prices on Jumia Travel.
View maps, read guest reviews and choose the best hotel deal for your stay. Get the best rates and book your Kontagora hotel now. Full Kontagora Hotels List No Booking Fees Best Price Guarantee Book Now, Pay later. The gum arabic tree is native to Western Sudan, Nigeria and the Arabian Peninsula.
It is commonly found in tropical areas of Western and Central Africa, and in Eastern Africa from Mozambique to South Africa (Kew Gardens, ).It was introduced into Egypt, Australia, Puerto Rico. Nigeria (/ n aɪ ˈ dʒ ɪər i ə / ()), officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a sovereign country located in West Africa bordering Niger in the north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the east, and Benin in the southern coast is on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic a is a federal republic comprising 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, where the.
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Chad’s landlocked location results in high transportation costs for imported goods and dependence on neighboring countries. Oil and agriculture are mainstays of Chad’s economy. Oil provides about 60% of export revenues, while cotton, cattle, livestock, and gum arabic.
() of Europeans andnatives. It includes in the far north the Dikwa emirate (pop. ,), the part of Bornu which was in German occupation, and has been re-attached to the ancient state of Bornu, now the Bornu province of Nigeria. In the centre the Adamawa districts are administered as part of the Yola province of Nigeria.
Acacia senegal (L.) Willd. (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae)—Gum Arabic. Acacia senegal, also known as gum Arabic, is native to semidesert and drier regions of sub-Saharan Africa, but widespread from Southern to Northern is used as a medicinal plant in parts of Northern Nigeria, West Africa, North Africa, and other parts of the world .The use of gum arabic (or gum acacia).
/kah noh/, n. a city in N Nigeria.* * * City (pop., 2,), northern Nigeria. Its traditional founder was Kano, a blacksmith of the Gaya people who in ancient times came to Dalla Hill in search of iron. It became the capital.
Gum Arabic--the export earner Yobe is Nigeria's largest producer of high grade Gum Arabic, which used to be an important foreign exchange earner in the Sahel region of Nigeria before the current reliance on the oil and gas sector. The Gum Arabic tree is drought-resistant, and grows naturally in desert areas.
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