15N

15N

Symbol for nitrogen 15.

15N

The symbol for the isotope of nitrogen with mass number 15; radioactive; atomic mass (weight) 15.
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This study was conducted to determine whether increasing urea fertilization ratios at the initial flowering stage or fertilization once at the budding or the initial flowering stage could improve seed cotton yield, plant 15N recovery, and decrease fertilizerN loss (FNL).
seedlings with 15N-labeled ammonium sulfate supplied at rates of 0 (control) 30 (F30) 105 (F105) and 315 (F315) mg 15N seedling-1 to simulate N-deposition at the accumulatively future amounts driven by urbanization.
Thesynthesized compounds were characterized by FT-IR, 1H, 13C, 31P, 15N NMR specroscopic techniques.
Working in Sigman's lab, the investigators measured the amount of two types of nitrogen known as 14N and 15N contained in the shells of tiny marine animal plankton called foraminifera.
Kaman offers the KD-5100 system with a choice of two sensors: the 15N and the 20N.
Planta 2 (P2): uma aplicacao de 120 g de N, sem marcacao isotopica, em setembro de 2002; e duas aplicacoes de 90 g de N, enriquecido em 15N, em novembro de 2002 e abril de 2003 [180 g de N-([sup.
The contract provides for a customised RB 14K reach truck, six FG 15N counterbalanced models, and a used truck, the 'half', which will be kept on site but paid for on a 'pay-as-you-go' basis.
This is because biological processes, such as human digestion, tend to utilise the lighter 14N isotope, leaving more 15N in the solid waste (faecal matter) processed by sewage treatment plants.
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In addition, plant-microbe partitioning of 15N added to the soil was measured.
Ranells and Wagger (1997) reported that a rye-crimson clover biculture was capable of recovering greater residual 15N than a crimson clover monoculture, but less than a rye monoculture.