Difference between revisions of "Fiber"

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'''Fiber''' refers to a [[material]] with string-like consistency, either wholly, or internally.  For example, [[muscle]] tissue has a fibrous internal consistency. Fiberous material is also needed for a balanced diet.
 
'''Fiber''' refers to a [[material]] with string-like consistency, either wholly, or internally.  For example, [[muscle]] tissue has a fibrous internal consistency. Fiberous material is also needed for a balanced diet.
  
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Revision as of 15:18, 1 December 2008

Fiber refers to a material with string-like consistency, either wholly, or internally. For example, muscle tissue has a fibrous internal consistency. Fiberous material is also needed for a balanced diet.