As for the castor byproduct
, it presented the lowest rate of degradability, which may be associated to the high content of fiber and lignin in its composition.
Copra or coconut byproducts
are one of the alternative feed ingredients mostly produced in some areas of Africa and Southeast Asia such as the Philippines and Indonesia (Stein et al.
Both the select foundry byproduct
and select clay liners appeared intact, without visible signs of deterioration, cracking or preferential flow paths in the select foundry byproduct
It is made from 100% pure cacao fruit and is the first time since rum that a byproduct
has become a main spirit ingredient.
None of the tannin binding agents affected IVOMD and ME content of green tea byproduct
, but PEG4000, 6000, and 20000 significantly increased IVOMD and ME content of black tea by-products (p < 0.
His company will handle regulations, byproduct
testing, permitting and marketing to area farmers, which includes demonstrating to them that the free land application will benefit crops.
The alternative then is that, just as the redness of blood is a byproduct
of other adaptations, so may be our predisposition to religious belief.
Using the preferred accounting method, the proceeds from the sale of the byproduct
(hulls) are used to reduce the cost of the soybeans originally purchased (joint cost).
The cells were big and very expensive, but they performed faultlessly, delivering an unwavering supply of current as well as a very useful byproduct
in space, drinkable fresh water.
And when sweat, especially from the apocrine glands, mixes with bacteria on the skin surface, the byproduct
is body odor.
The agency also is setting new quality standards for three types of disinfection byproduct
-- bromate, chlorite and haloacetic acids.
The manufacturer then removed the old USTs and replaced them with new USTs made of steel and filter glass, and transferred the waste byproduct
to the new USTs.