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Referring to a negatively charged ion.
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adjective Referring to an anion.
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(an'i?on) [ ana- + Gr. ion, going]
An ion carrying a negative charge. It is attracted by and travels to the anode. Examples are acid radicals and corresponding radicals of their salts.
See: cation; electrolyte; ionanionic (an?i?on'ik), adjective
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ABSTRACT : Eighty-four Holstein cows were used to evaluate effects of feeding two diets that differed in dietary cation-anion difference (cationic; +28 or anionic; -138 mEq/kg DM) on prepartum and postpartum dry matter intake (DMI), body weight (BW), body condition score (BCS), serum Ca concentrations and on subsequent milk production and composition.