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humate

(ˈhjuːˌmeɪt)
n
(Chemistry) chem a mineral salt of humic acid formed from decomposed prehistoric plant and animal matter, used as a fertilizer
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.humate - material that is high in humic acids
material, stuff - the tangible substance that goes into the makeup of a physical object; "coal is a hard black material"; "wheat is the stuff they use to make bread"
peat - partially carbonized vegetable matter saturated with water; can be used as a fuel when dried
brown coal, lignite, wood coal - intermediate between peat and bituminous coal
humic shale - shale that is rich in humic acids
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Starting off as a trance producer, he quickly achieved popularity with the remix of Love Stimulation by Humate, but nowadays he no longer likes to think of his music as trance, but rather simply as electronic.
Effect of dietary humate on the pH, TBARS and microbiological properties of vacuum-and aerobic-packed breast and drumstick meats of broilers.
e Uber-10 (30%N), Meister-20 (40%N), Meister-27 (40%N), Humate Coated Urea (45%N), Duration Polymer Coated Urea Type-V (43%N), Gold-N-Sulfur Coated Urea (41%N) and common urea (46%N) were applied to inland soil series of Malaysia.
Effects of liquid humate supplemented to drinking water on the performance and eggshell quality of hens in different laying periods.
Today, Cytec stands as the innovation leader in the industry and has a full product line of Flocculants, Scale Inhibitors, Crystal Growth Modifiers, Defoamers, Dewatering Aids, Bauxite Handling Aids, Auto Precipitation Reduction Aids, Humate Removal Aids, Liquor Filtration Aids and Dust Control Agents in order to solve current Alumina industry challenges.
On the other hand, dietary humate decreased HU without affecting shell thickness and strength, but increased egg production, feed consumption, and feed conversion ratio when hens were housed in high density (Hayirli et al.
Ion-exchange materials based on calcium humate were found suitable for the removal of heavy metals such as iron, nickel, mercury, cadmium and copper from water and also to remove radioactive elements from water discharges from nuclear power plants.
Effect of Humusbol (double humate of potassium and phosphorus) on corn grosvth in vegetative phase
Effect of supplemental humate at different levels on the growth performance, slaughter and carcass traits of broilers.
Simultaneously, the transparency increased from the initial 3 cm to about 80 cm caused by the settling of the generated humate flocs.
For this, supporting glutathione and using sodium alginate to pull out the toxic metals and humate to support the transport of minerals into the cells is recommended.
Salama (2009) reported that soil application of humate led to alleviate the negative effects of salinity on tomato plants.