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biproduct

by-product.
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Bird says: "The draffwhisky biproduct can be used as cattle feed, but it's only useful over the coldest months of winter.
The nose is complex, with fruity, earthy notes that are a biproduct of Belgian yeast.
2]), which is commonly generated as a biproduct of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation in animals (Muller, 2000) or chloroplastic electron transport in plants (Ivanov et al.
Iron ore as a biproduct also occurs at the mine and it is separated from the ore with a magnetic separator before being dispatched to the Pakistan Steel Mill at Karachi.
The process of doing this creates a biproduct that can be used in dry wall boards.
Manchester-based BSL, with a staff of 675, is the holding company for Biwater Treatment, Farrer Consulting and BiProduct Recovery.
While our editors were skeptical about the past three months of positivity, worried that the upswing was merely a biproduct of the traditionally strong spring selling season, the panel tends to reinforce the idea that stability may be here to stay.
2] as a biproduct, it is perhaps odd that more has not been done to accept its inevitability and make use of its potential as an industrial chemical.
In this process, carbon dioxide that is produced as a biproduct of oxygen metabolism in the cells, enters the blood stream and dissolves in the plasma of the red blood cells, it forms carbonic acid.
Mexicanism refers to a set of attitudes that are born of the colonial imagination; they are a biproduct of imperialism.