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Synonyms for inedible

Synonyms for inedible

not suitable for food

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The final results show that the number of eggs hatching was lower if the female had not received a gift, but there was little difference between females who had received an edible or inedible gift.
The ability of the pathogen to grow in high-Aw pecan nutmeats and in inedible components emphasizes the importance of limiting the time these components are exposed to high-moisture pre-harvest and post-harvest environments.
In a project led by the International Civil Aviation Organization, the first flight, operated by Aeromexico Airlines on a Boeing 777, used Honeywell Green Jet Fuel produced from jatropha and camelina, both inedible plants.
Zach Tahir, five, has a condition called Pica which means he cannot distinguish between food and inedible objects.
Which shellfish has inedible gills known as used by sailors to caulk the seams of ships?
The inedible oils will be used for biofuel production.
Millions of pounds worth of meat was made inedible, meaning they're going to have to sell it to football stadiums.
5 gallons of previously unrecovered inedible crude corn oil from the distillers grain co-product of corn ethanol production for every 100 gallons of ethanol produced.
BBW makes the fruit inedible and kills trees in a short time.
Lack of skill and time, start-up costs, plus pests and diseases can make DIY produce inedible according to Amateur Gardening mag, which adds: "Worst hit will be city dwellers who grow veg in window boxes and tubs that give poor yields.
Consuming the Inedible is a fascinating collection of chapters about one of the most important, and perhaps more pleasurable, things we do (p.
Camelina is inedible, making it less likely that its application to jet fuel will affect the world food market.
Biodiesel is made from a variety of organic sources such as vegetable oils, inedible oils and other biomass and can be blended with petrodiesel by up to 20 per cent for use in vehicles without any alteration to the engine.
If you leave the mature radishes in the ground for too long they soon become woody and inedible.
This common Valley-grown passion fruit, unlike its more tropical relatives, is inedible for us humans, although it will bring a variety of avian wildlife into the garden.