soluble dried blood

soluble dried blood
noun
: a reddish brown powder made from defibrinated uncoagulated blood and used especially in making water-resistant glues for plywood, as a clarifying agent, and as a stabilizer and spreader in emulsions (as insecticidal and fungicidal sprays)

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