macroelements

mac·ro·ele·ments

(mak'rō-el'ĕ-ments),
Inorganic nutrients needed in relatively high daily amounts (that is, more than 100 mg per day), for example, calcium, phosphorus, sodium.
Synonym(s): macrominerals

mac·ro·ele·ments

(mak'rō-el'ĕ-mĕnts)
Inorganic nutrients needed in relatively high daily amounts (i.e., more than 100 mg per day) (e.g., calcium, phosphorus, sodium).
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