amidon de froment

Polish translation: skrobia pszeniczna

22:39 May 19, 2003
French to Polish translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Pharmaceuticals / Drugs
French term or phrase: amidon de froment
(c.d. poprzedniego pytania)
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Ingrédients: Poudre de blé, houblon, valériane, amidon de froment...

Czym sie rozni ble od froment oraz poudre od amidon?
Pytanie stanowi calosc z poprzednim (tym o poudre de ble).
Piotr Turski
Poland
Local time: 15:11
Polish translation:skrobia pszeniczna
Explanation:
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froment
m bot. pszenica, Triticum L., zob.też blé
(słownik nauk. tech.)

\'froment\' to tylko i wyłącznie pszenica
\'amidon\' to skrobia, czyli zapewne mąka została pozbawiona przynajmniej błonnika (celulozy) i białka (glutenu)

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Note added at 2003-05-19 23:03:56 (GMT)
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Ale przymiotnik to będzie tu jednak \'pszenna\' :-)
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skrobia pszeniczna


Explanation:
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Note added at 2003-05-19 22:59:46 (GMT)
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froment
m bot. pszenica, Triticum L., zob.też blé
(słownik nauk. tech.)

\'froment\' to tylko i wyłącznie pszenica
\'amidon\' to skrobia, czyli zapewne mąka została pozbawiona przynajmniej błonnika (celulozy) i białka (glutenu)

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Note added at 2003-05-19 23:03:56 (GMT)
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Ale przymiotnik to będzie tu jednak \'pszenna\' :-)

leff
Local time: 15:11
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