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The really strange component of the dung was this: fragments of what appeared to be crustacean shell in 10 of the 15 specimens they studied.
Samples of sand, water and crustacean shell wastes were collected where isolation was done on minimal synthetic agar and nutrient agar where they were incubated for one week at room temperature (291C).
ABSTRACT Environmental contaminants have been suggested frequently as causative factors in crustacean shell disease.
Green Logic is an alternative to traditional melamine formaldehyde programmes based on Chitosan, a product derived from crustacean shell waste.
If Schelling is right, then music and architecture meet where architecture thaws and music congeals, and Toop and Hasegawa's hybrid marks the point at which the two become one, where music becomes a machinic organism secreting a crustacean shell of glass and steel.
In a crustacean shell, chitin binds tightly to trace elements and proteins encountered in the environment.
Natural sources of glucosamine include the ends of chicken bones and crustacean shells. Medical experts have advised boiling them to make a healthy broth.
It might appear odd for crustacean shells to be used to manufacture chemicals for the medical field but, in fact, it is very common for medicines to be associated with natural sources.
Crustacean shells were found in at least 10 corpolite samples that were collected from three different stratigraphic layers spread across 13 miles in the national monument, leading Chin to think the hardy animals were not mistakenly consumed by the herbivorous dinosaurs.