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indigestible

(ĭn″dĭ-jĕs′tĭ-bl) [L. in-, not, + digerere, to separate]
Not digestible.
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The aim of this study was to investigate the occurrences of indigestible foreign bodies in cattle slaughtered at Morogoro Municipal Slaughterhouse so as to determine the magnitude of the condition for appropriate control measures.
The following foods contain indigestible, fermentable carbohydrates, which can help nourish your gut microbiota.
The indigestible fibres carry these antibiotics through the gut which does the cleaning on the way.
As can be seen in Figure 1, the DM degradability of CMS-XS 165 silage without tannin showed higher soluble fraction and higher degradation potential, once the indigestible fraction has stabilized after 48 hours in the rumen.
Fully indigestible coatings could be used to create innovative reduced-calorie foods, by making some or all of the lipid phase indigestible.
I used to wonder why some referred to them as the watermelon party, but with odd visible shades of green on the outside covering a deep red mushy core, containing indigestible pips, I'm beginning to understand why.
(2007b) commented that, as they are natural constituents of feed, internal markers naturally exhibit some of the main characteristics of ideal markers, highlighting the absence of the negative influence of both the animal and microbial digestion, with the recovery of feed indigestible fractions as the basis for applying this technique.
Videogame aesthetics and Steampunk stylings are pounded into an indigestible pulp in "Tai Chi Zero." A tediously frenetic kung-fu action-comedy about a 19th-century Chinese village under threat from encroaching industrialists, this first installment in a big-budget trilogy starring Olympic gold-winning martial artist Jayden Yuan manages the curious feat of being at once relentlessly energetic and almost continually uninvolving; the title more or less sums up the amount of pleasure to be had here.
Ambergris is a fatty substance produced in the guts of male sperm whales to help them pass indigestible bits of food such as the beaks of giant squids.
A cereal-based evening meal rich in indigestible carbohydrates increases plasma butyrate the next morning.
Sometimes snakes end up eating things that might smell good but are indigestible. Dr.
The package insert (i.e., PDR printout) is really quite indigestible for a layperson.