Burning charcoal generates hydrocarbons, particulate air pollution, wildfires, and carbon footprints.
The result is a case of particulate inheritance—the single comb being inherited anteriorly and the oo comb posteriorly.
Neither the particulate nor the chemical theories help us here.
These results of experiments are commonly understood to prove the particulate character of the agents so studied.
particulate par·tic·u·late (pər-tĭk'yə-lĭt, -lāt', pär-)
Of or occurring in the form of fine particles. n.
A particulate substance.
Adjective Formed of very small, separate particles. Dust and soot are forms of particulate matter.