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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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For skeletal mineralization, the avian embryo mobilizes calcium from its calcitic eggshell.
The process for manufacturing hydroxyapatite (HA) starts with an eggshell mechanic milling stage to get a white powder.
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Knowledge on the proportion of chemical elements in the post-hatching eggshell is extremely important, as it may be an indicator of the quality of the diet offered to the females.
By understanding when indicators of fraud are present and whether there are indications that the taxpayer acted willfully, a CPA will be better equipped to undertake the many strategic decisions encountered in an eggshell audit (such as when to invoke the Fifth Amendment in response to information requests).
Caption: Fossilized eggshells of the dinosaur Heyuannia huangi harbor pigments that would have colored the shells in shades of blue and brown.
We have to start eating eggshells in lemon juice," he declares.
In this study the ability of low -cost adsorbent of eggshell was examined and affecting factors such as: initial solution pH adsorbent dosage initial concentration vanadium (V) and particle size of adsorbent (Eggshell) was investigated.
A single eggshell weighing six grams yields around 2,200 mg of calcium.
The new eggshell fragments described in the present study (Appendix 1) were collected from both classic and unreported localities in the southern Pyrenees (Fig.