bioelement

bi·o·el·e·ment

(bī'ō-el'ĕ-ment),
An element required or used by a living organism.
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Folster, "Bioelement inventory of a tropical (semi-) evergreen seasonal forest on eutrophic alluvial soils, western Llanos, Venezuela.," Acta Oecologica.
Antonijevic et al., "Can zinc supplementation ameliorate cadmium-induced alterations in the bioelement content in rabbits?" Archives of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology, vol.
In this study, it is aimed to investigate the effects of caffeic acid phenethyl ester (CAPE) on bioelement levels of plasma, brain, kidney and liver tissues against malathion toxication in rats.
Strontium is geochemically similar to the important bioelement calcium (Ca), meaning that Sr stable isotopes can be used as a traceability index in environmental and ecosystem studies.
In our experience, there is a tendency to think that all heating oils with a bioelement are the same but this is not the case.
Effect of short-term ethanol administration on cadmium retention and bioelement metabolism in rats continuously exposed to cadmium.
One, zinc, is an important bioelement in the immune and nervous systems; and imbalances may accompany mood disturbances.
Podzolic processes and bioelement pools in subarctic forest soils at the Kevo Station, Finnish Lapland.
In the air, one of the factors can be interactive influence of cigarette smoke, without behavioral differentiation like active or passive smoking, on the increase of this bioelement [20, 31].