Does corncob digest?
Yes. It is commonly used in fodder for livestock.
No. The only metal we can safely digest is pure gold leaf. ANS2: There are only a few metals that can be safely ingested because most have toxic effects. The process of digestion is the breaking down of materials into absorbable components. There are a number of metals that can be digested. The hydrochloric acid in the stomach can digest iron, aluminum, copper, zinc, all of the group 1 and 2 metals and salts of…
Scientist think that Native Americans increased the size of their corncobs from 2.5 to 10 centimeters what fraction shows the size of the smaller corn cob in relation to the size of the larger corncob?
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The word 'digest' is both a noun (digest, digests) and a verb (digest, digests, digesting, digested). The noun 'digest' (di gest) is a word for a summation or condensation of a book or report. The verb 'digest' (di gest) means to break down food within the body into substances that can be absorbed and used by the body.