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crude lecithin[¦krüd ′les·ə·thən]
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The result of the bioassay with the partially dilapidate formulas was; the best growth rate (191%) and FCR (1.69 [+ or -] 0.041) were obtained with the diet containing 7% of soybean crude lecithin
as the unique lipid source.
"In recent years we've been handicapped by not having a source of conventional (non-GM) crude lecithin
for processing," Bell said.