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- n. material derived from plants
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A change of this kind typically goes with a shift to a more vegetarian diet and, sure enough, the lizards of Pod Mrcaru eat significantly more plant material than the ‘ancestral’ type on Pod Kopiste.
The chemical analyses entailed dicing the plant material while it was fresh, adding it to a hot alcoholic medium, boiling, cooling, decanting, and then testing the solution with a strip of color-responsive paper.
Anne held her side of the Hefty bag while piles of silver flower-wrap, green tissue, and plant material tumbled inside, followed by a discarded catalog and soggy paper towels.