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sol·u·bi·lize

(sŏl′yə-bə-līz′)
v.
To make substances such as fats soluble in water by the action of a detergent or similar agent.
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Different genera of bacteria have ability of mineralizing and solubilizing P pools in soil and its bioavailability is considerably promoted by these bacteria.
The Zn solubilizing ability of the strains was quantified by growing them in Bunt and Rovira broth at 302C for 48 h with shaking at 160 rpm.
These microbes convert sparingly available fixed soil-P to readily plant-available-P through their phosphate solubilizing and ACC-deaminase activities (Shaharoona et al.
Magnesium nitrate hexahydrate seeks extensive employment as soil additives, food & feed additives and specialty chemical additives, in light of its effective functionalities including solubilizing and oxidizing.
Infact, phosphate solubilizing PGPR release various low molecular weight organic acids which acidify and solubilize phosphate complexes, releasing orthophosphate to be taken up by plants (Oteino et al.
Effect of phosphate solubilization on pH titrable acidity pH meter was used to determine pH change in the medium after following 7 days incubation due to the growth of phosphate solubilizing bacteria.
The sediments containing insoluble protein PPE17 (inclusion bodies) were re-suspended in solubilizing buffer containing 3 and 6M guanidine-HCl, 50 mM K[H.sub.2]P[O.sub.4], 50 mM [K.sub.2]HP[O.sub.4], 150 mM NaCl (pH 7.8), and then shook for 1 hour at room temperature.
Tesetaxel has several potential therapeutic advantages over currently available taxanes, including oral administration with a low pill burden, a patient-friendly dosing regimen, and a formulation that does not contain solubilizing agents that are known to cause hypersensitivity (allergic) reactions.
The findings have highlighted that pH dependent solubility is a useful approach for ionizable compounds, especially if it can be combined with another solubilizing excipient.
However, it is necessary to evaluate the potential of bacteria in solubilizing other minerals that contain elements of economic importance, such as potassium (K), nutrient which Brazil import about 90% of the total amount used in agriculture (Anda, 2012).