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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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Compared with the control formulation, as the level of tofu residue increased, dough viscosity and cookie hardness decreased.
International guidance on MRLs for specific food items or groups of food are set by the Codex Committee on Pesticide Residues (CCPR) (http://www.
However, incorporation of crop residue increases organic carbon and nutrient contents of soils and crop yield [Sharma, et al.
ALMOST two thirds of bread products in the UK now contain pesticide residues, according to a report based on Government figures.
Microbial biomass C (MBC), extractable C and available N were measured every 3 days to test the following hypotheses: (1) synergistic and antagonistic interactions in residue mixtures on cumulative respiration will be reflected by similar effects on MBC; and (2) there is a negative correlation between cumulative respiration or MBC and available N.
The results showed that the cobs could be removed from other residue and used for feedstock without significantly interfering with the role of crop residues in protecting soils.
These reactions result in a spray of residue that can land on clothing, skin or anything nearby.
Conservation tillage allows growers to plant directly into fields that contain residue from prior crops.
753, and that the residue was damaged by loss of access points from a road that did not exist on the property.
USDA officials say the new tests will expand the number of antibiotics they can detect in pork, and that the agency can withhold meat with too much antibiotic residue from the market.
However, perfecting holiday looks takes styling that can add 10 weeks-worth of residue to hair, leaving it looking lifeless and dull.
Findings indicate that there is a high rate of compliance with legislation relating to the use of pesticides and maximum residue levels (MRL), and that the pesticide residues found were not likely to pose a risk to consumer health.
Oil shale is mainly applied to extract shale oil and burn directly for electricity generation and heat supply, however, large amounts of residue corresponding to different techniques are produced at the same time.
The presence of a residue does not mean food is not safe to eat.
In electronics analysis, the critical step is to get the ionic residue into a solution for analysis.