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fe·cal

 (fē′kəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or composed of feces.

fecal

(ˈfiːkəl)
adj
(Physiology) the usual US spelling of faecal

fe•cal

(ˈfi kəl)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or consisting of feces.
[1535–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fecal - of or relating to feces; "fecal matter"
Translations

fecal

[ˈfiːkəl] adj (US) = faecalfecal matter nmatières fpl fécales

fe·cal

a. fecal, que contiene heces fecales;
___ abscessabsceso ___;
___ examinationexamen ___;
___ fistulafístula ___.

fecal

adj fecal
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Compared to the participants who stayed on the refined-grains diet, those who switched to whole grains lost nearly 100 calories a day as a result of a higher resting metabolic rate and increased fecal output, the study found.
seasonal variation, captive versus wild) can affect size of fecal output (Campos-Arceiz et al.
The first case was of a 6-year-old crossbred cow, weighing 350kg, with a 15-day history of apathy, hyporexia, weight loss, constipation, and reduced fecal output.
Daily total fecal output was linearly and quadratically increased (p < 0.
Chronic water stress increased the rate of colonic transit, fecal output, induced behavioral changes, and decreased antioxidant levels.
The weight gain, food intake, food efficiency and fecal output of the rats are shown in Table 2.
Don't forget that high-quality diets are more digestible, which reduces fecal output, which reduces early-morning urgency.
He's adjusting to the baglike appliance that collects his fecal output.
Food intake records showed that there was no significant difference in other nutrients consumed by the subjects during the study period, and that calcium did not affect daily fecal output prior to infection (200 g wet weight average) or relative dry weight (25%).