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egg·shell

(eg'shel),
The calcareous envelope of a bird's egg.

eggshell

(ĕg′shĕl′)
n.
The thin, often brittle exterior covering of the egg of a bird or reptile.
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High generation of eggshell waste may increase the production of solid waste in landfills as eggshells are part of the solid waste.
That is, rather than protoporphyrin in eggshells being a heritable signal of genetic quality, it could be a signal of environmentally-mediated egg quality instead.
The chicken eggshells were collected from bakeries in Sivas, Turkey.
The eggshells were shattered and there was no trace of the dinosaur embryos that once coiled inside.
Eggshell calcium proves an optimum source for elemental calcium, and its benefits are supported by multiple research studies.
The latest breakthrough on the market, Egcel 5 Joint Health with NEM[R], introduces eggshell membrane as an all-natural ingredient that effectively improves joint and connective tissue health.
The results from two open-label studies demonstrated the positive effects of natural eggshell membrane in enhancing joint comfort and flexibility.
Most good quality eggshells from commercial layers contain approximately 2.
She told the court she had "tapped" her mum's face three times after they had an argument about the eggshells, but denied slapping her.
An archaeologist is a scientist who studies places where people lived long ago and the artifacts remaining in those places--tools, pottery, or, in this case, eggshells.
This sense of studio experiment and play--if I made the Venus of Willendorf out of eggshells, if I made a scraped knee six feet high, what would the result be and do?
However, if you feed them a mix that already contains a calcium additive (usually ground-up seafood shells of some type), you can always save your whole eggshells for crafty creations, as they provide a super medium for holiday decor (not just Easter) and when decorated in the authentic Ukrainian Easter Egg (pysanky) method, are considered a recognized true art form.