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Preshredded cheese may contain cellulose to keep the cheese from sticking together.

If you absorb it into the cells of your body, it will interact with the molecules of floppy cellulose you already have, and this will create a very firm structure that will allow your cells to become like bricks.

That is a reflection of the profile of the investors who dominate local markets, which are used to allocating assets to companies in sectors like oil, paper and cellulose, mining or utilities.

Then the researchers mixed these and the cellulose with water.

The peat cellulose oxygen-18 values recorded in winter 2018 were the highest, and the sea ice extent the smallest, in the last 5,500 years, the team found.

Just add methyl cellulose, a thickener that can withstand high temperatures.

In brief, film is a cellulose base coated with silver bromide and gelatine.

If we were using a plate the only difference would be that instead of cellulose as a base we would have a sheet of glass.

Or the sticks of cellulose, or the curved, wire device with fuzz at the ends?

The presence of a large amount of cellulose in the food enables us often to satisfy the appetite without injury from overeating.

Therefore, in order to add the much-needed bulk to the diet, foods that do contain cellulose should be served with eggs.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cellulose, such as: glucose, lactose, starch, sugar, dextrin, and dextrose.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.