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phos·phor·ous

(fos'fōr-ŭs, fos-fōr'ŭs), Do not confuse this word with phosphorus.
1. Relating to, containing, or resembling phosphorus.
2. Referring to phosphorus in its lower (+3) valence state.

phos·phor·ous

(fos'fŏr-ŭs)
1. Relating to, containing, or resembling phosphorus.
2. Referring to phosphorus in its lower (+3) valence state.
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control the shape and size of the phosphorous atoms and make them dance around.
The removal of Phosphorous can take place successfully through a process called enhanced biological phosphorous removal.
SPAD at 90 days after sowing had positive and indirect influence on pod yield through seed phosphorous content and test weight.
The subsidy on nitrogen and phosphorous has been reduced by about Rs 5 per kg, while a marginal cut has been made on potash.
After preparation of land, a 3.5 metre wide strip be marked by thread and fertilizers including 35 kilogramme Nitrogen, 36 kg Phosphorous, and 25 kg Potash be applied per acre on both sides of the strip.
Phosphorous is one of major nutrient and essential constituent of life (Maathuis and Frans, 2009).
While it's not the case today, in Tudor times many soils were deficient in phosphorous. The growing of root vegetables and legumes was often inhibited by lack of phosphorous, which is needed for the healthy production of roots and good root systems.
The new iPhone 6 will also feature a co-processor and it is given the code name Phosphorous. Speculations have it that the new co-processor is powerful enough to gather more information than the predecessor chip.
Animal was supplemented with wheat bran @ 2-3 kg/ head/day or with other suitable phosphorous supplemented i.e.
Keywords: Sulfur oxidizing bacteria; Thiobacillus; Sulfur; Sulfur oxidation; Phosphorous solubilization
Also, Patra et al [13] reported that the number of capsules in the shrub, the seed function and the oil is increased significantly by using from 40 to 100 kg/hec of the net phosphorous ([p.sub.2][o.sub.5]).
Marine phosphorous markers that have been washing up on the Oregon Coast can be very dangerous, the Oregon State Police warned Monday.