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alimentary

[¦al·ə¦men·trē]
(biology)
Of or relating to food, nutrition, or diet.
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This system is primarily responsible for innervating the smooth muscle layers of the alimentary canal and can function totally independent of the central nervous system.
In Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal--the author's most intimate book yet, which is saying something, considering she's given similar treatments to sex and death--Roach hits her stride.
I will argue that within this foodscape the eater has transformed from food agent to passive spectator of simulated food--the suffering invalid, stricken with gastrovertigo, sensingher senescence in the incessant march of Franken food--who is unable to manage, at our current moment, true alimentary revolt and freedom.
Previously reported TBE outbreaks caused by alimentary transmission of TBEV lack definitive evidence of the virus having been present in milk or dairy products.
Commenting on the deal, Paul Pay, Norgine's VP of Corporate and Business Development said "This research collaboration is of great interest to Norgine as it signals our first move into the growing field of probiotics and we look forward to a fruitful collaboration with Alimentary Health.
vicinus alimentary canals could be related to differences in diet.
As for alimentary products, HCP noted that the prices of fisheries went up by 2.
He projects his own alimentary obsessions and fixations on those around him, imagining "himself to be not simply the man of first importance in the neighbourhood but rather the embodiment, the incorporation of the town" (38).
The alimentary canal from the esophagus to the anus was extracted.
The establishment of Mastong Alimentary College for Women will provide great environment of learning to female students of Mastong district as well as the others.
Bifantis was discovered in the early 1990s by microbiologists at Alimentary Health in Cork, Ireland in partnership with P&G.
In a previous paper, an automatic installation with a modular structure dedicated for continuous processing of sacks containing sterilized compost inoculated with productive mycelium, and alimentary and therapeutic mushrooms production was developed.