fulvic acid


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Noun1.fulvic acid - a yellow to yellow-brown humic substance that is soluble in water under all pH conditions; "they measured the fluvial fulvic acid"
humic substance - an organic residue of decaying organic matter
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The total concentration of acid groups was determined for the fulvic acid fraction of the 1:5 coal: [H.
Byler DM, Gerasimowicz WG, Heino S, Schnitzer M (1987) FT-IR spectra of soil constituents: fulvic acid and fulvic acid complex with ferric ions.
Table 4: Percentage Composition of Essential Elements in Humic Acid and Fulvic Acid (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-13 Solubility of Humin, Humic Acid and Fulvic Acid in Water, Alkali and Acid II-13 Humic Acid Vs Fulvic Acid II-13 Complex Organic Materials II-13 Inorganic Compounds II-14 Seaweed Extracts II-14 Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs) / Plant Growth Hormones II-15 Auxins II-15 Gibberellins II-15 Cytokinins II-15 Derivatives of Chitosan and Chitin II-16 Anti-Transpirants II-16 Free Amino Acids II-16 Biostimulant Application Modes II-17 Biostimulants Usage Segmentation by Crop II-17 Biostimulants in the Turf Industry II-17
Humic and Fulvic acid have been found to play an important role in cell metabolism, acting as carriers of essential nutrients into and metabolic wastes out of the cell.
Bar-Tal A, Bar-Yosef B, Chen Y (1988) Effects of fulvic acid and pH on zinc sorption on montmorillonite.
055 634 Soil site Plant- available Cd Fulvic acid Humic acid Cd conc.
The further addition of fulvic acid sets our e-Water(TM) in a class by itself.
The current research and clinical trials aim to develop medicinal and nutritional applications for its patented Carbohydrate Derived Fulvic Acid (CHD-FA[TM]).
SOM was fractionated into three humic acid (HA) and four fulvic acid (FA) fractions according to the Ponomareva & Plotnikova (1980) version of the classical Tyurin method following the scheme presented in Fig.
Fulvic acid (FA) and humic acid (HA) make up an important part of soil organic matter (SOM), and their binding capacity affects the fate of metal ions and plays an important role in metal mobility (Stevenson 1994; Tipping 1998; Gondar et al.
contains fulvic acid, a derivative of plant matter, which is mined from a 70 million-year-old source in Canada.
According to these differences, HS can be divided into four fractions: (1) humic acid (HA)--soluble in water at higher pH values; (2) hymatomelanic acid (HMA)--soluble in ethanol; (3) fulvic acid (FA)--soluble in water under all pH conditions; (4) humin--not soluble in water at any pH value.