The stones thrown from a volcanic eruption are called tuff. These rocks are also called volcanic fragments and they can be thrown hundreds of miles away from the volcano.
If the stones are small enough, they will pass on their own. If they are too big, then the doctor will bombard them with ultrasound waves in order to balst them into tiny fragments, thus allowing them to pass.
Chestnuts need small stones to get rid of the germs as the small stones are not normal stones.
chestnuts are fried with small stones because the chestnuts need the small stones to get rid of germs. besides, it need the smell. (those are not normal stones)
Volcanic fragments are small pieces of rock that come from a volcano. Fragments are usually thrown in the air during a volcanic eruption.
In general, yes, a good working vacuum cleaner can pick up small stones if the stones are small enough.
If the fragments had their origin in outer space, the fragments to be found on Earth would be called "meteorites".
stepping on stones and fragments of wood
No peptides are small fragments of proteins
That would be platelets, and they are formed of small cell fragments, exactly like you say. They form clots to stop bleeding.
It depends on how big or small the stones are. There are no agreed boundaries separating pebbles from stones, and stones from boulders.
Yes, you can pass it naturally or you can go to the hospital where they probe into your kidney or gallbladder and break the stones into smaller fragments so you can pass them easier. Either way, the stones are coming out the same place.
Soil is a combination of small rock fragments and organic material. Soil is formed when the underlying rock, or bedrock, of an area is broken into small fragments
It depends upon the size of the fragments. Very small fragments can be blown into the air and carried by air currents around the world.
a small volcano.