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Synonyms for byproduct

something derived from another

Synonyms for byproduct

a secondary and sometimes unexpected consequence

a product made during the manufacture of something else

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Moto Perpetuo Farm uses the byproducts from their marijuana for the pigs.
As for the replacement levels of brachiaria grass within each byproduct, it was observed that the by-product of castor bean had a decreasing linear behavior (p < 0.001), that is, the increase of a percentage unit of that byproduct reduced by 0.74 mL [g.sup.-1] in total gas production.
Keywords: copra byproducts; ether extract; gross energy; nutrient composition; prediction equation.
Unlike other coal-fired power plants, Ang said San Miguel throws away no waste byproducts since everything is used as raw material for cement production.
The use of foundry byproduct as low-hydraulic conductivity barrier construction eliminates the need and cost to import clay soil, maximizes airspace capacity and extends the working life of the landfill.
we've seen many surrounding Great Lakes states using these byproducts in a very safe and thoughtful manner, and that's what we're doing here in Michigan."
The effects of dietary lentil byproduct on egg production, feed intake, FCR, and egg weight are presented in Table 3 and Figures 2 and 3.
"The byproduct - or the leftovers - were acting as a freeze-point depressant, and there was no damage to plant or aquatic fish life," Mr.
The properties are very similar and allow a byproduct to be made into a clean, bright alternative that meets recycled content requirements.
As with byproducts, there's a difference between "chicken digest" and "animal digest"--one is considerably more transparent than the other.
In Brief: Agricultural engineer and ASABE member Greg Holt helped develop the erosion control industry's first cotton byproduct hydromulch "spray-on blanket." Holt is at the ARS Cotton Production and Processing Research Unit in Lubbock, Texas.
There are a few well-known options for today's food processors, but the availability of emerging technologies and new market concerns may cause processors to reevaluate byproduct options.
To distinguish an adaptation from a byproduct, first of all you have to establish that the trait is in some sense innate, for example, that it develops reliably across a range of environments and is universal across the species.
We regularly replace Portland cement in concrete with fly ash, a byproduct of coal-combustion in electric power plants, and with blast furnace slag, a byproduct of the manufacture of iron.
"Worthington's scrap byproduct is a non-core business and outside our expertise," Perry D.