In both cases a physiological test of the excreta will give accurate information.
The excreta of that army of sick poisoned the air with their noxious emanations.
In permanent camps special sanitary facilities for the disposal of excreta will ordinarily be provided.
All excreta which cannot be burned is buried so that it cannot be reached by flies.
When it is fed on the latter, in the excreta will be found numerous fragments, sometimes very bulky, of undigested caseine.
The excreta of some species of bacteria act as poison to destroy other species.
All excreta, and more especially the sputa or discharges from the mouth or nose, are to be treated as dangerous.
The excreta of one specimen contained feathers of an unidentified species of bird.
It consists, then, of the excreta of animals, and the vegetable matter used as litter.
I am no advocate of 'conservancy,' but would rather see the immediate utilisation of the excreta.
excreta ex·cre·ta (ĭk-skrē'tə)
Waste matter, such as sweat or feces, discharged from the body.