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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Vineyard nutrient needs for both micro and macroelements were satisfied by compost application and crop residue recycling.
The most abundant element among the macroelements determined was K followed by Mg, Ca and Na.
clarification of contents of macroelements in the vegetative mass.
The concentration of macroelements namely Potassium (K) and Phosphorus (P) and microelements namely Copper (Cu), Manganese (Mn), Iron (Fe) and Zinc (Zn) was estimated using atomic absorption spectrometer [23-25].
In the present paper the distribution of main deposit-forming layers, organic matter, and micro- and macroelements is used as an index of lake development phases.
Malhi SS, Harapiak JT, Gill KS, Flore N (2002) Long-term N rates and subsequent lime application effects on macroelements concentration in soil and in bromegrass hay.
Tokuhara and Mii (1993) stated that the main factors affecting Phalaenopsis micropropagation on a commercial scale are the composition of both macroelements and microelements in the culture medium, coupled with the appropriate combinations and concentrations of a-naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) and 6-benzylaminopurine (BAP).
2] = 1 - O(h/H), where h, H are the characteristic mesh sizes for the finest elements and for the macroelements, respectively.
To evaluate the physiological status of second-growth pines on dunes, needle diagnostics was applied with special attention paid to the availability of macroelements vital for tree growth.