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Toxin

Any poisonous substance a living thing produces as part of its metabolic or other natural process. That is, toxins themselves are not living things, but are produced by living things. Toxins are defined by the Biological Weapons Convention.
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Stice examined whether the number of hours since last caloric intake (which varied from 3 to 22 hours) correlated with neural activation in response to receipt and anticipated receipt of a palatable food.
Products include food-grade silicone, heavy-duty palatable, dry film Vydax, dry powder zinc stearate, palatable lecithin, urethane and styrene silicone, and heavy-duty silicone formulas.
I felt guilty that when I was on the radio or TV, that I opted to say the more palatable things about lira show: It was fun.
What this re-worked research assignments does--I hope--is develop quick rapport and a more palatable context for research, questioning and learning.
Oddly enough, just chlorinating the water may remove enough iron from the solution to make the water much more palatable.
To test whether the eggs of some common coral species on the reef are equally palatable to common planktivorous fish and, if not, whether the differences have a chemical basis, scientists at James Cook University and the University of New South Wales fed captive fish (Pomacentrus moluccensis) a selection of coral egg pellets.
Clients will be able to upload or maintain their positions on a NumeriX ASP platform, and be charged a palatable access fee either by the time they spend on the system or by the size of the portfolio being examined.
Vernon Hills, IL-based Tiger Electronics has introduced a mass-market robotic dog called Pooh-Chi with a more palatable price tag: $24.
It not only has to put up with bigger bonused buildings, but it is deprived of the very thing that made the trade palatable in the first place.
Unnecessary too, because with Mark Coyle up front this is a very palatable plate of beans, in a campfire Neil Young sort of way.
When all the pomp and circumstance have been stripped away, all the dogmas diluted in palatable form, all the triumphalism softened into kinder, gentler service, the core of Rome has to remain what is has been so long.
Many Latin American Christians believe that liberation theology is a thinly-disguised effort to present Marxist ideology by using a Christian vocabulary to make it more palatable to Christians who would otherwise oppose communism or to make the Roman Catholic Church appear to be the liberator rather than the oppressor