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indigestible

incapable of being digested or difficult to digest
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1990), we had expected to see an increase in GPT as feed fiber levels increased due to its high indigestibility (Fair et al.
And calorie-conscious consumers are choosing foods based on their indigestibility.
Hegel notes that "The disease can begin in the organism as a whole, can be an indigestibility in general (for after all, it is digestion which is involved): or in a particular part which establishes itself, for example, in the process of the gall or the lungs" (433).
In fact, to read the muckraking literature of the early 1990s to realize that Americans of that day were far more worried about the indigestibility of Italians, Slavs, and Russian Jews than any of Geyer's "respected" authorities is worried about Hispanics today.
Recurring uneasiness apart, this is a marvellous, thought-provoking book, rich to the point of indigestibility and packed with epigrammatic sentences and memorable one-liners.
Effective rumen degradability and intestinal indigestibility of individual amino acids in solvent-extracted soybean meal (SBM) and xylose-treated SBM (SoyPass) determined in situ.
The indigestible fraction--which is a measure of the level of indigestibility of a food--in black beans has been shown to be greater than the indigestible fraction in some other beans such as lentils and chickpeas.