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However, around 70 % of the total date production is harvested from only 10 cultivars, and a small fraction (2.6 %) of the total date production is exported.Only half of the dates produced are used for human consumption, with the other half being utilized primarily for animal feed or considered surplus and wasted.Nestled at the foot of a mountain range, vehicular access has been made possible by a man-made tunnel.

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This study aimed to evaluate the antioxidant activity and to quantify the phenolic compounds by colorimetric and High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) analytical methods of four dates palm varieties cultivated in Oman.

The sun-dried mature fruits (Tamer stage) of Bunarinja, Khasab, Fard and Khalas date cultivars were collected from Al-Dakhiliya and Al-Sharqiya regions, Oman at the beginning of the 2013 harvest season.

A preliminary HPLC analysis of the date fruits showed the presence of phenolic acids like Gallic acid, Vanillic acid, Caffeic acid, p-Coumaric and Syringic acid in different proportions.

The TPC of all four varieties ranged from 32.24 mg to 35.84 mg Caffeic acid equivalents/100 g of fresh weight.

Back: Nizwa buildings; 40th National Day logo; crown.

Based upon the 40th NATIONAL DAY inscription on the back of these notes, it appears they are commemoratives. Front: Khanjar (dagger); crown as registration device; Sultan Qaboos University building with clock tower; Sultan Qaboos bin Said; coat of arms with crossed swords and khanjar (dagger); main entrance of the CBO headquarters. Back: Cabinet building; Ministry of Commerce and Industry building; 40th National Day logo; crown. Tags: Oman B44 (PNL): 20 rials (US)Blue, yellow, and purple. The security features on the front of the note represent in intaglio portrait of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, twin step window, holographic element (Main Entrance of the Central Bank of Oman), tactile feature for the blind, color-shift / color fix magnetic windowed security thread, micro lettering, three dimensional mould - made watermark portrait, perfect see through register, electrotype watermark and spark OVMI feature. Front: Crown; crown as registration device; Ministry of Finance and Economy building; Sultan Qaboos bin Said; Mirani Fort; coat of arms with crossed swords and khanjar (dagger); main entrance of the CBO headquarters. Sign up for Email Notifications If you would like to receive email notifications whenever a new chapter of The Banknote Book is published, please join the email list. The name Al Waha means "The Oasis", and has been designed such that the hotel's several swimming pools form an oasis incorporating many date palm trees.The architecture of Al Waha is traditional Dhofari, from the southern region of Oman.According to a Times of Oman article dated 19 June 2016, the Central Bank of Oman has reportedly issued a corrected 1-rial note which fixes a date error on the note (B236) which was originally issued 18 November 2015 to commemorate the 45th National Day (18 November), the day Sultan Qaboos bin Said overthrew the restrictive rule of his father in 1970. varifeye thread and windowed security thread with demetalized 5 RIALS.

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