dietary mineral

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dietary mineral

Minerals required for optimal functioning of the body; dietary requirements for minerals range from molar to trace amounts/day; some–eg, nickel, tin, and vanadium, may be required by some plants or animals, but are not known to have a role in humans
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Analysis of the macro element content in grain and straw under various times and dose of foliar application was performed.
Sulphur is an imperative nutrient for best plant growth: it is one of the fundamental macro elements essential for better plant growth.
Restoration is needed into the early 1970~s annual related buildings, especially in the macro elements - in the building envelope, the building and the expansion.
Comparative study of macro elements accumulated in different wheat varieties, irrigated with domestic sewage water.
Among the macro elements distribution of K in all the raw samples was the highest followed by Mg and Ca throughout the three sample sites.
The main difference between the used nutrients media in tissue culture is the macro elements, specifically, concentration of ammonium, nitrate and total concentration of nitrogen (Bell et al.
Accumulation and decomposition of organic matter on the pond bottom results in elimination of certain macro elements from the pond water.
1:30 QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE DISTRIBUTION OF MACRO ELEMENTS FOUND IN THE LEAVES OF THE SOYBEAN PLANTS THAT WERE EXPOSED TO CHELATING AGENTS AND FERROUS ION
The Sum of All Fears (2002) was the first post 9/11 terrorist-themed film with revised micro and macro elements.
The macro elements that are influencing suburban markets are by no means depressing to the market.
In that regard, our knowledge concerning the macro elements we cannot control is insufficient at this time to either modify or reinforce this targeted range of distribution growth.
The compost is thus a rich source of colloidal particles having teeming of micro and macro elements essential for plant growth and development.