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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P supplementation significantly affected the macro mineral composition of goldfish carcass (P < 0.05).
The particular mechanism through which boron influences bone development is described as enhancing the macro mineral content of normal bone and some indices of growth cartilage maturation (Hunt et al., 1994).
Nevertheless, higher mineral levels in mosses than lichens raises the possibility that mosses may be actively consumed specifically to compensate for extremely low macro mineral levels of lichens (Jacobsen et al.
Average serum macro mineral contents were ranged between for Ca (10.28 - 10.70 mg/dL), K (5.56 - 6.25 mg/dL), Na (143.93 - 144.74 mg/dL), P (8.48 - 9.87 mg/dL), Mg (2.62 - 2.83 mg/dL) and for Cl (101.87 - 103.73 mEq/L).
The plasma macro mineral profile of crossbred cattle of different reproductive conditions presented in table 1.
Clinical, haematological and serum macro mineral contents in buffaloes with genital prolapse.
They contain stacks of antioxidants and fibre, and one avocado is packed with more potassium - one of the seven essential macro minerals - than a medium banana.
Macro minerals (calcium, potassium and sodium) and trace elements (copper and iron), and ultra-trace elements (lithium) were estimated as described by Basaki et al.
Changes in some macro minerals and biochemical parameters in female healthy Siirt hair goats before and after parturition.
Wheat is the basic food throughout the World; its consumption is increasing to satisfy human requirements for carbohydrates, protein and other macro minerals in the diets.
Sea Source, which contains sulphur and strontium as well as 30 macro minerals, is designed to benefit equine diets that have been affected by declining levels of soil fertility as a result of modern farming methods.