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Under the basic assumptions and equilibrium conditions, the analytical equation of unit force (Karman equation) is obtained based on any microelement body (abcd) in the deformation zone.
2002, "Comparative evaluation of Helichrysi flos herbal extracts as dietary sources of plant polyphenols, and macro- and microelements, Food Chem.
Taking into consideration the average content of microelements of seawater [17] and Fucus vesiculosus biomass [18] (both from the Atlantic), the following high order values of the enrichment factor for the selected elements can be calculated: [10.
The data were then reprocessed in external calibration mode to obtain concentrations of microelements.
Shuman LM (1982) Separating soil iron- and manganese-oxide fractions for microelement analysis.
4], both N and P, 20 ml of microelement solution (either alone or with N or P), or up to 1.
This could have a major impact on the characterisation of germplasm for waterlogging tolerance, since different locations may have different microelement toxicities due to the predisposition of soils for specific microelements (2-fold differences in Fe concentrations were observed here for the two Indian soils evaluated).
In this approach the microelement is taken as a deformable cell and balance laws are formulated separately for macro- and microscale.
The objective of this study was to investigate the microelement (Cu, Fe, Mn and Zn) contents in leaves of three Roselle ecotypes from Niger, at different stages of plant growth.
Nowadays there is a justified assumption about the possibility of formation of complex microelement compounds, including REE with hydrocarbons of oil and gas through sorption processes between them in the form of electrostatic attraction as a result of negative valence of elements (oil components) and the presence of highly positive REE charges [15].

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