macroelements

mac·ro·ele·ments

(mak'rō-el'ĕ-ments),
Inorganic nutrients needed in relatively high daily amounts (that is, more than 100 mg per day), for example, calcium, phosphorus, sodium.
Synonym(s): macrominerals

mac·ro·ele·ments

(mak'rō-el'ĕ-mĕnts)
Inorganic nutrients needed in relatively high daily amounts (i.e., more than 100 mg per day) (e.g., calcium, phosphorus, sodium).
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Request for quotations : request for quotations for the purchase of services: field survey, agrochemical analysis of soil for the determination of acidity and humus, cameral processing, agrochemical analysis of soil by the definition of macroelements (the content of exchangeable forms of calcium and magnesium)
And scientists agree that vegetables and fruits containing micro and macroelements, vitamins, complex sugars and vegetable fats should be consumed at least five times a day.
The rooting of Pinus pinea was also dependent on the concentration of macroelements and on modifications to the medium (1/2 LP) (AITKEN-CHRISTIE et al., 1985), and normal roots were observed in up to 68% of the explants (ALONSO et al., 2006).
It consists of proteins, such as many enzymes (Acid phosphatase, alanine transaminase, alkaline phosphatase, aspartate transaminase), lipids, macroelements [Sodium (Na+), Potassium (K+), Calcium (Ca2+), Magnesium (Mg2+), Phosphate (P) and Chloride (Cl)] and microelements [Copper (Cu), Iron (Fe) and Zinc (Zn)] (2).
In fact, milk is considered as an ideal source of macroelements such as calcium, phosphorus, and potassium [1].
The correlation analysis of the soil chemical parameters indicated that significant differences existed between the macroelements (phosphorus, aluminium, calcium, and nitrate) and humidity evaluated in this study.
ponderosa fruiting bodies showed higher mineral content in macroelements calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), sodium (Na), potassium (K), phosphorus (P), and microelements aluminium (Al), copper (Cu), and iron (Fe) (Tables 3 and 4).
Kokoska, "Determination of certain micro and macroelements in plant stimulants and their infusions," Food Chemistry, vol.
Consequently, microminerals are needed in less amount than macroelements such as K, Na, Ca, P, and Mg [2].