tribasic calcium phosphate

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tri·ba·sic cal·ci·um phos·phate

used as an antacid.
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Martin Gibson, a director of WRE Services, said: 'There are benefits not only to both companies but also to the environment by reducing the amount of incinerated bone ash which goes to landfill.
Martin Gibson, a director of WRE Services, said: 'There are benefits not only to both companies but also to theenvironmentby reducing the amount of incinerated bone ash which goes to landfill.
The homogenization protocol (hereafter called digestion) was validated against National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST, Gaithersburg, MD) Standard Reference Materials (SRM) 1486 bone meal and SRM 1400 bone ash.
2011), who did not detect any negative effect of BA on bone ash concentration and breaking strength in pigs weighing 40 and 60 kg, respectively.
On the other hand, SZ supplementation to feed was reported to improve growth rate, tibia bone ash and reduce the incidence and severity of tibial dyschondroplasia in broilers fed low calcium diets (Ballard and Edwards, 1988; Leach and Burdette, 1990).
1994) also reported P and Ca of bone ash as 182 [+ or -] 0.
Several authors suggested that a dietary boron deficiency affects normal development and cartilage of bone, bone ash and bone breaking load, and plasma Ca, P, Mg levels with ALP activity (Nielsen, 1992; Nielsen and Shuler, 1992; Kurtoglu et al.
They were then air dried for 24 h at room temperature and defatted for bone ash, Ca and P determination.
One explanation for this observation could be that bone mineralization was measured by the ash concentration (as a percent) and not bone ash content (as mg/bone) on an absolute basis.
Supplementing NC fed birds with phytase resulted in growth performance and bone ash content commensurate (p > 0.
Bone Ash Sky is the sweeping story of an American journalist who goes home to the Middle East to unravel three generations of war and genocide, love and renewal; a powerful work that examines family loyalty and secrets long-hidden in the chaos and horror of war.