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ingestion

[in′jes·chən]
(biology)
The act or process of taking food and other substances into the animal body.

ingestion

Anything swallowed by an engine, including foreign objects like pebbles, birds, and metal parts. However, the term does not include air.
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Consider the following example: If we use a popular data rate of 220Mbps, a small system comprising two four-ingest/two-playout edit seats (six streams per edit seat), a 34Mbps E3 FTP ingest and a 5x real-time file transfer archive would result in a bandwidth of 5094Mbps (see Figure 1 for calculations).
Stratis Healthcare Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Spring Creek Healthcare Systems Inc (OTC.BB:SCRK), is developing a new easy to ingest omega 3 fish oil product.
"When ingested, the multiple peptides help stimulate the body to make T-suppressor lymphocytes specific for allergen suppression.
Although it's unlikely a child will ingest very many cigarettes or cigarette butts, it's easy to see how a child might eat an entire container of Camel Orbs.
Infections with these parasites have been detected in this geographic area since the 1950s in persons who ingested uncooked fish from these lakes and also in animals (11-14).
of cool water (50-59 degrees F) should be gradually ingested. During the activity, 8 oz.
Jonathan Fowler, 36, the father of the boy and a member of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, asked Dimkoff to overturn a previous decision and permit his son to ingest sacramental peyote with him at the Native American Church of the Morning Star.
Doubs Nature Environnement speaks of an "ecological disaster", since bromadiolone, used by farmers to eradicate rodents such as voles which damage crops, also kills birds that ingest the substance.The effects of bromadiolone on wild fauna, which France, unlike Switzerland, chooses to ignore, constitute a violation of both the 1979 EU Directive on the conservation of wild birds and the 1992 Directive on the conservation of natural habitats.
The screw flights are engineered to ingest the batch and convey the material towards the transition area.
Are pesticides dangerous in the amounts we ingest? The FDA says no.
Visitors to EVS' stand (4S4-08) will discover the company's new software-defined ingest server designed to support studio operations, the benefits of virtualisation, how EVS is applying machine learning for video assistance, and how content creators are using EVS servers to deliver multi-format productions.