Excreta [noun]

Definition of Excreta:

the product of excretion

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Sentence/Example of Excreta:

The germs multiply very rapidly in the intestine and are passed off from the body with the excreta from the food tube.

The excreta of one specimen contained feathers of an unidentified species of bird.

When it is fed on the latter, in the excreta will be found numerous fragments, sometimes very bulky, of undigested caseine.

Typhoid fever germs live in the food tube, hence the excreta of a typhoid patient will contain large numbers of germs.

In permanent camps special sanitary facilities for the disposal of excreta will ordinarily be provided.

In both cases a physiological test of the excreta will give accurate information.

What is commonly known as fly speck is the excreta of the fly, and frequently contains virulent disease germs.

The skin gives off a certain quantity of carbon dioxide and nitrogen excreta.

Of the fatal effects of the effluvia from the excreta it would seem unnecessary to speak, were they not so constantly neglected.

Flies which feed upon excreta and other foul matters may be carriers of contagion.