control the shape and size of the phosphorous
atoms and make them dance around.
The Syrian media also reported that at least 10 civilians, including several children and women, were killed and over 20 others were also wounded in the phosphorous
attack of the coalition forces.
The removal of Phosphorous
can take place successfully through a process called enhanced biological phosphorous
Bioaugmentation of soil by phytase producing bacteria as biofertilizers can increase the bioavailability of phosphorous
to plants, increase plant growth and decrease phosphorous
pollution (Kumar et al.
It was concluded from the present study that phosphorous
deficiency plays a key role in causing haemoglobinuria in buffaloes.
An adequate phosphorous
(P) supply in rhizosphere is essential to activate plant roots for proper P uptake which contributes a lot in crop yield.
Table 2: The analysis variance of the effect of planting date and phosphorous
on the function and the ingredients.
The cylindrical aluminum devices, typically about 18 inches long and three inches in diameter, are used by military aircraft over the ocean to mark floating locations and may contain white or red phosphorous
, which burns in contact with air.
A survey to assess knowledge about phosphorous
In Brief: A team at Michigan State University is developing a new method of removing phosphorous
from our waste water--a serious problem affecting lakes and streams across the country.
Abstract Ni-P deposits with a phosphorous
content of up to 20% (wt) were obtained on AA6061 substrates by direct current electrodeposition technique from a solution containing nickel sulfate, nickel chloride, phosphorous
acid, phosphoric acid, and a wetting agent (sodium lauryl sulfate).
Among the biggest issues with water quality are the amounts of phosphorous
and nitrates in the water.