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A product produced together with another product.


a joint product


(ˈkoʊˌprɒd əkt, -ʌkt)

something produced jointly with another product.
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Digestibility of dietary fiber in distillers coproducts fed to growing pigs.
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NCAUR biofuels research also extends to developing new, value-added uses for the coproducts of ethanol production.
The new study shows that utilizing coproducts from producing and harvesting almonds is key to the industry's current environmental impact and further reducing carbon emissions.
The first jointly developed caprolactone lactide coproducts show that the modification of existing resins with bio-based Puralact[R] lactide adds value to the value chain by combining increased sustainability with enhanced performance," notes Marco Bootz, vice president for Chemical & Pharma.
Then we expanded the study to characterize all the degradation products, the side products, and coproducts from the biosynthetic machinery that could also be airborne, as we thought these might have some effect on people," says Dan Baden, director of the Center for Marine-Science at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, and principal investigator for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences grant beind the work.
The capacity of its plant is 220,000 tonnes of wheat per year and produces starch, gluten and wheat coproducts.
While most ethanol plants are seen by the public as only fuel ethanol plants, the least talked about story in the biofuels industry is how ethanol coproducts are increasingly being included in livestock diets, replacing corn and soybean meal as major feed ingredients.
Waste products of each process are utilised as inputs for the next in a highly efficient closed-loop production cycle with multiple coproducts.
Also, normalization of the relationship between corn and coproducts in 2010 should be positive because it had led to high net corn costs, which was particularly problematic for Corn Products in 2009.