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nitrogenous

 [ni-troj´ĕ-nus]
containing nitrogen.

ni·trog·e·nous

(nī-troj'ĕ-nŭs),
Relating to or containing nitrogen.

nitrogenous

(nī-trŏj′ə-nəs)
adj.
Containing nitrogen.

ni·trog·e·nous

(nī-troj'ĕ-nŭs)
Relating to or containing nitrogen.
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Also, nitrogenous fertilisers help the plant in vegetative growth hence the need to top dress it.
When it got in contact with nitrogenous oxides, some scientists believe, RNA could have been chemically induced to form the first molecular chains of life.
This followed completion of the Abu Qir complex, the biggest of four nitrogenous fertiliser production zones - the other three being in Suez, Talkha and Kima (near Aswan).
The deleterious effects of nitrogenous compounds have been analyzed in penaeid shrimp (Barbieri, 2010; Kir and Kumlu, 2006; Lin and Chen, 2001; Romano and Zeng, 2013).
Despite the fact, studies conducted in the tropics have reported that the association between energy and nitrogen supplements may involve interactive effects on the metabolism of nitrogenous compounds that could override the deleterious effects on ruminal degradation of fibre when only energy supplementation is used.
Major sources include the septic tanks, use of nitrogenous fertilizers for crop production and turf grass management.
All of the information stored is expressed using four nitrogenous bases: A, T, G and C.
MOPCO Fertilizers' first production line will operate next July to add approximately 650,000 tonnes of nitrogenous fertilisers to production every year.
Nitrogenous fertilisers aid leaf growth so green vegetables and any foliage plants will really benefit from it.
The use of nitrogenous bisphosphonates was associated with a nearly 50% reduction in the incidence of endometrial cancer among women in the PLCO, or Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovarian Cancer Screening trial.
The endometrial cancer incidence rate among women in the study who reported ever using nitrogenous bisphosphonates was 8.7/10,000 person-years, compared with 17.7/10,000 person-years, among those who reported never being exposed to nitrogenous bisphosphonates (rate ratio, 0.49), Sharon Hensley Alford, Ph.D., of the Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, and her colleagues reported.
Numerous studies have indicated that nitrogenous compounds are closely associated with methane oxidation kinetics (Bodelier, 2011).