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innocuous

 [ĭ-nok´u-us]
harmless.

in·noc·u·ous

(i-nok'yū-ŭs),
Harmless.
Synonym(s): innoxious
[L. innocuus]

innocuous

[inok′yo̅o̅·əs]
Etymology: L, innocuus, harmless
pertaining to use of a substance or procedure that causes no ill effects.

in·noc·u·ous

(i-nok'yū-ŭs)
Harmless.
[L. innocuus]

innocuous

Having no ill effect, harmless.

innocuous

harmless

innocuous (i·näˈ·kyōō·s),

adj unable to harm or injure.

innocuous

harmless.
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Added to this, microbiological analyses demonstrate the innocuity of the product and adequate conditions used in the handling of the organisms throughout the experiment.
Food innocuity is a fundamental aspect of public health and an essential element to manage of total quality, for which it is a subject of the highest priority for all countries and governments.
Key Words: innocuity, quality, food industry, food, standards, Venezuela
Altogether, these human infections indicate that attenuation for animals does not necessarily mean innocuity for humans and that biological safety measures must be followed in each case.
Combined industrial processes with irradiation to assure innocuity and preservation of food products-a review.
This caused a change in food innocuity from a posteriori approach to a reactive and punitive one in order to prevent and reduce the long term risk of the food chain.
This tendency may be unwise--not only for economic [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] but also because, despite their relative innocuity and high potency, modern rabie products, are not risk-free, nor is their supply unlimited.