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Synonyms for residue

what remains after a part has been used or subtracted

Synonyms for residue

matter that remains after something has been removed

something left after other parts have been taken away

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Gangil (2013) Energy from Cotton Stalks and other Crop Residues, CIAE, Bhopal, India, Available at https://www.
We are setting up experimental power plants in various parts of the country for generating power from agricultural residues.
Some 7% of the organic samples - three out of 42 products tested - contained a single residue, while none contained multiple residues.
In a previous study with nine mixtures of above- and below-ground residues of perennial grasses and annual barley (Shi et al.
Wienhold led colleagues in studies that compared runoff from no-till corn fields where postharvest crop residues were either removed or retained.
Above, tomatoes are transplanted into cover crop residues (triticale, rye and pea) in Five Points.
FDA was checking to see if dairy farms with drug residue violations in meat were producing milk that also contained residues.
In food products, safe levels of pesticide residues such as neonicotinoids (i.
Contract notice: Services reception facilities and waste residue cargo ships entering the sea area of ?
In June 2008, ODOT filed a petition to take the property and to establish the just compensation for the real property taken and the damage to the residue.
Bin Fahd reiterated that the protection of consumers from contaminated food and pesticide residues is a top priority of the Ministry of Environment and Water and that the laboratory is equipped with the latest technology used on the international level to detect pesticide residues in fruits and vegetables.
USDA inspectors to focus more attention on antibiotic residue in pork: USDA meat inspectors have started using more sensitive tests to detect antibiotics in pork, part of a stepped-up effort to ensure meat safety after a government report last year suggested consumers might be at risk from harmful drug residues.
The 2009 Annual Report of the independent Pesticide Residues Committee (PRC) is now published.
Six allelopathic combine like as Banzoyic acid, Ferolic acid, Cafeic acid, OH-P Benzoyic, Vanylyk acid and Syrnezhyc acid were detected in weed residues [2].
At present, oil shale processing residues are usually used for producing cement or other construction materials.