phosphorated

phosphorated

 [fos´fo-rāt″ed]
charged or combined with phosphorus.

phos·phor·at·ed

(fos'fŏr-āt'ĕd),
Forming a compound with phosphorus.

phosphorated

(fŏs′fō-rā″tĕd) [″ + phorein, to carry]
Impregnated with phosphorus.

phosphorated

charged or combined with phosphorus.
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When Tyr527 is dephosphorylated and Tyr416 is phosphorated, links between these molecules will break, and the SRC protein is activated.
3] concluded that polyurethane foams filled with DMMP had better flame retardancy compared with APP, and DMMP degraded at a low temperature to form several phosphorated acids which accelerated the formation of char layer.
11] Maria ARF, Selma EM, Jose OBC, Glaucione GB (2007) Evaluation of antioxidant properties of a phosphorated cadanol compound on mineral oils (NH10 and NH20).
But scrub with bucketfuls of elbow grease and good, brown soap, still a dreadful phosphorated mould is always growing back, coating everything in a luciferous sheen.
Intoxication by phosphorated pesticides is due to the inhibition of the enzyme acetylcholinesterase in exposed organisms (Taylor, 1996).