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Synonyms for straw

plant fiber used e

material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds

a variable yellow tint

a thin paper or plastic tube used to suck liquids into the mouth

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cover or provide with or as if with straw

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spread by scattering ("straw" is archaic)

of a pale yellow color like straw

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"The catalyst developed through this study makes use of a common agricultural byproduct. Therefore, we expect that additional research on alternative substances will lead to the development of catalysts derived from various types of organic waste biomass," said, Dr.
The preparation of granular activated carbon (GAC) from agricultural byproducts and their use in adsorption experiments were reported by Johns et al.
In a move to be more environmentally conscious - and to save money on equipment and supplies - communities such as Millbury are moving toward mixing agricultural byproducts, such as leftovers from alcohol production at breweries and distilleries, with salt and sand.
The source of the fiber is agricultural byproducts such as wheat straw which is often made into compost or incinerated.
There are many agricultural byproducts such as rice straw, cassava pulp and also agro-food by product e.g.
Soybean straw is a renewable resource in agricultural byproducts. In the study entitled "Evaluation of Alkali-Pretreated Soybean Straw for Lignocellulosic Bioethanol Production," S.
The toys were created to promote reclamation and use of agricultural byproducts.
Production of a-amylase from agricultural byproducts by Humicola lanuginosa in solid state fermentation.
In addition to environmental aspects is the economic aspect in which Brazil, a large amount of agricultural byproducts are produced, and agribusiness products with potential use in animal feeding, especially those from the biodiesel chain (pies and sharps), can be used as sources of nutrients for animals for immediately degradation in the rumen (Muller & Aubert, 2014).
Barber had his Manhattan tables redone with tops from agricultural byproducts and mushroom mycelium for his March pop-up.
"The Cortec BioPouch is a competitive environmentally friendly alternative to the Cortec EcoPouch range offering all the benefits clients expect from Cortec products with the added benefit of being primarily made from agricultural byproducts," said Horsford.
"To produce butanol most economically, we will need to produce it from agricultural byproducts, not from dedicated crops," says Qureshi, who works in the ARS Bioenergy Research Unit in Peoria, Illinois.
Likewise, one (1) set will be installed at PhilSCAT compound in MuAaAaAeA~o Nueva Ecija to serve as a promotional unit for technology demonstration, and for research and development on the utilization of agricultural byproducts in the production of natural gas.
Bio-Plastics made from agricultural byproducts, is one of the most recent innovations within the plastic packaging industry.
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