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alkalize

alkalize

, alkalinize (al′kă-līz″) (-lĭ-nīz″)
To make alkaline.
alkalinization (al″kă-lin″ĭ-zā′shŏn) alkalization (al″kă-lĭ-zā′shŏn)
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On the alkalized territory the Chl a/Chl b ratio in needles was by 6-24% lower compared to control.
Although the area of the mesophyll of needles from the alkalized soil was about 10% smaller than in the control area, the tendency of the dynamics connected with the ageing of needles was similar in all sample plots (Table 6).
Nitrogen recycling is of general interest and several factors may cause N decrease in alkalized soil.
The slightest amount of dissolved hydrogen, as you have in alkalized water, will result in a negative reading.
The dispersive component of untreated, alkalized, and acetylated hemp fibers was calculated from plots of RTln([V.
untreated, alkalized, acetylated hemp fibers, and resin.
From Table 2 it is clear that acid-base interactions with unsaturated polyester increased in alkalized and acetylated fibers.
Alkaline dust deposited on seedlings and alkalized soil caused serious deviations in the mineral composition of black spruce.
In the alkalized region, a disbalance of nutrient composition occurred and the ratios of elements in different organs had changed (Fig.
The ratio of soluble sugars to polysaccharides was below the control level in the seedlings grown under dust pollution and in alkalized environment (Fig.
Live Younger, Healthier with Alkalized Ionized Water
H2O consultant Peter Goodgold travels the USA lecturing on the benefits of an alkaline diet as well as the health and longevity aspects of drinking Alkalized Ionized water.