mineral requirement

mineral requirement

those minerals required to maintain an organism in a normal, healthy state.
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However, further studies are needed to determine the bone density mass in goldfish lines and if these factor can influence the mineral requirement for bone or whole-body mineralization.
Iron is an important mineral requirement for healthy blood cells.
(1.) Report of the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Consultation on vitamin and mineral requirement in human nutrition: Bangkok 1998.
The companion application to this text uses dog NRC (1985) mineral requirement values in the determination of mineral requirements and dairy NRC (2001) mineral source bioavailability values.
Genetic variability for mineral concentration in plants related to mineral requirements of cattle.
The need for environment-friendliness and the willingness to pay a higher price for longer lasting products has changed metal and mineral requirements. The use of traditional metals and minerals has lessened, leading to overproduction and increased competition on world markets.
"Changes like that in such a short period of time are preposterous, as anyone familiar with training effects knows," says Robert Lefavi, who studies the mineral requirements of athletes at Armstrong State College in Savannah, Georgia.
It has been reported that sex of sheep affects mineral requirements through differences in growth rates and physiological functions (Anonymous, 1980).
Conversely, using the World Health Organization [29] estimations for the amounts that may be commonly consumed, it is possible to look at the potential impact of the bananas in this study on meeting vitamin A and mineral requirements for children and women.
In many developing countries, the supply of minerals is inadequate to meet the mineral requirements of farm animals and rapidly growing population.
The SEC ruled that mining is not manufacturing, but it does not give mining companies a free pass from the disclosure of conflict mineral requirements, Edwards commented.
Recommendations for mineral requirements of poultry are available (NRC, 1994), but these are based on research with older strains and are inadequate and outdated for modern strains of poultry (Leeson, 2005).