tribasic calcium phosphate

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tri·ba·sic cal·ci·um phos·phate

used as an antacid.
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The yeast production system in which Escherichia coli phytase is expressed may affect growth performance, bone ash, and nutrient use in broiler chicks.
MCP imported, DCP local, DCP imported and bone ash were added in diet A, B, C and D respectively.
From figure it can be concluded that with the addition of Chicken Bone Ash wear rate of MMC is decreases.
Martin Gibson, a director of WRE Services, said: 'There are benefits not only to both companies but also to the environment by reducing the amount of incinerated bone ash which goes to landfill.
Martin Gibson, a director of WRE Services, said: 'There are benefits not only to both companies but also to theenvironmentby reducing the amount of incinerated bone ash which goes to landfill.
There was good agreement between values found by ETAAS and the certified value for SRM 1400 bone ash (9.
The ministry has decided to ban the import and domestic distribution of meat and bone meal (MBM), but will allow continued use of bone ash and bone charcoal products that do not include protein.
I have seen such evidence as bone ash still in the furnaces.
Animal studies on our BoneRenew(TM) formula have shown significant increases in both Bone Mineral Density and Bone Ash Weight," Dr.
0 when Ca absorption, plasma Ca, bone ash, bone strength, and tibial dyschondroplasia were used as the criteria.
In fact, Spode wasn't the first factory to use bone ash in the manufacture of porcelain - others had used it as part of their soft-paste formula in the 18th century - but Spode is credited with its first use in the hard-paste porcelain mix that was to become the bone china we are familiar with today.