Deutsch: Biodiversität / Español: Biodiversidad / Português: Biodiversidade / Français: Biodiversitê / Italiano: Biodiversità

Biodiversity in the industrial and industry context refers to the variety and abundance of living organisms, including animals, plants, fungi, and microorganisms, within a specific ecosystem or geographical area. It encompasses the diversity of species, genetic variation within those species, and the intricate interactions and ecosystems that support life on Earth. Biodiversity plays a crucial role in various industries and sectors, influencing everything from agriculture and pharmaceuticals to tourism and conservation efforts.

Butter milk powder refers to a natural dairy product derived by spray-drying buttermilk.

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Milk (Milk (plain) ( - Fluid milk obtained ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): milks, powders

Buttercup refers to a common yellow flower (Ranunculus) generally found in wetter parts of the farm. It is common on undrained permanent pasture where it can become invasive.

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In the industrial and industry context, bromide refers to a class of chemical compounds that contain the bromine ion (Br-). These compounds have a wide range of applications across various industries due to their unique properties and reactivity.

Deutsch: Benzaldehyd / Español: Benzaldehído / Português: Benzaldeído / Français: Benzaldêhyde / Italiano: Benzaldeide

Benzaldehyde is a versatile aromatic aldehyde that finds numerous applications in the chemical and industrial sectors. This article explores the role of benzaldehyde, its many examples of use, associated risks, application areas, and offers recommendations for safe handling. Additionally, it provides insights into the history and legal considerations surrounding benzaldehyde and highlights related compounds.

Bulk milk is described as raw milk from a dairy farm, as stored in a bulk tank; in contrast with packaged milk. Other bulk products, such as condensed skim and cream, may also be transported in bulk form.

Butcher block is described as rectangular or round shape-6, 10, 14, or 16 inches thick-consisting of hard rock maple strips, kiln dried, hydraulically pressed together, glued, and steel-doweled through. Work surface of block is smoothed surface of ends of strips. Block mounted on open-type wood or steel legs.

Bushmeat refers to the meat for human consumption derived from wild animals.