gizzard


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Synonyms for gizzard

thick-walled muscular pouch below the crop in many birds and reptiles for grinding food

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The main effect of calcium carbonate did not show significant effect on the PH in this part of the gastrointestinal (P>0/05) But the main effect of probiotics in its recommended level makes significant decreases on the PH level, crop and gizzard (P<0/05) But had no effect on the pH of blind gut (P>0/05).
And my personal favourite is decorating the tree with miniature chickens and kissing under the gizzard.
Duck feet, neck, gizzard and heart are excellent for making soup stock.
The main event consists of folks throwing a mullet, a mystical fish possessing a gizzard, out of a10-foot circle, from Florida towards Alabama.
You may experience extraordinary concepts such as Suckling Pig Bacon, Goose Gizzard & Blood Sausages or Red Bean Sorbet.
Among those playing at the Kazimier are The Wytches, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, the Voyeurs and current 6 Music tips Kid Wave.
In the heart (5/5), brain (2/2), esophagus (2/2), pancreas (2/2), proventriculus (2/ 2), gizzard (1/1), bursa of Fabricius (1/1), oviduct (1/1), and skeletal muscle (1/1) staining was observed only in the lumen of blood vessels.
They found the whole production of The BFG so compelling, they wanted to know why the fleshlumpeating and gizzard gulping giants didn't come to take a bow at the end (they were actually models).
and gizzard shad; [less than or equal to] or > 125 mm for largemouth bass.
The fish species collected were smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu), white crappie (Pomoxis annularis), johnny darter (Etheostoma nigrum), spotfin shiner (Cyprinella spiloptera), yellow bullhead (Ameiurus natalis), gizzard shad (Dorosoma cepedianum) and common carp (Cyprinus carpio) (Table 1).
According to vets, the earring is trapped inside the stomach of the six-month-old Peckish cockerel, which can be retrieved only after its death as it seems to be firmly stuck in the bird's gizzard.
The cited authors found that changes in the content of internal organs occur at a different rate, and that gizzard weight undergoes the greatest age-related changes.
To catch: Tie two lines to an empty gallon milk bottle, one long enough to reach the bottom with a rock (or other weight tied to it), the other of equal length with a medium treble hook baited with chicken liver or gizzard.