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  • noun Plural form of cyanogen.

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Examples

  • The reduction of cyanogens also can shorten the time it takes to process the plant into food, which typically requires three to six days to complete.

    Fortified Cassava Could Provide A Day’s Nutrition In A Single Meal « Isegoria

  • After the roots are harvested, particular strains of cassava can produce possibly toxic levels of cyanogens that can create lethal cyanide production.

    Lola Olley: Could This Be Africa's Next Cash Crop?

  • "Quark," he began at last, "you will speak to the Cardassian prisoner about a method they have devised for scrubbing the cyanogens out of our systems."

    REBELS: THE LIBERATED, BOOK III OF III

  • The lungs can be replaced … but within a short period, just a few hours, after the lungs start bleeding—allowing unmediated cyanogens into the bloodstream—cardiac and neural damage will occur.

    REBELS: THE LIBERATED, BOOK III OF III

  • And all the less advanced creatures were just as susceptible to the cyanogens as were humans, Cardassians, and other invaders: they simply lived such a short time that most died of other causes long before the contaminants could kill them.

    REBELS: THE LIBERATED, BOOK III OF III

  • The lungs can be replaced … but within a short period, just a few hours, after the lungs start bleeding—allowing unmediated cyanogens into the bloodstream—cardiac and neural damage will occur.

    REBELS: THE LIBERATED, BOOK III OF III

  • "Quark," he began at last, "you will speak to the Cardassian prisoner about a method they have devised for scrubbing the cyanogens out of our systems."

    REBELS: THE LIBERATED, BOOK III OF III

  • We have a complete chemical roadmap for scrubbing the cyanogens from the food supply, using only native animal life.

    REBELS: THE LIBERATED, BOOK III OF III

  • And all the less advanced creatures were just as susceptible to the cyanogens as were humans, Cardassians, and other invaders: they simply lived such a short time that most died of other causes long before the contaminants could kill them.

    REBELS: THE LIBERATED, BOOK III OF III

  • Cyanide and cyanogens are found in citrus and pome fruit seeds.

    The Fruit Hunters

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