seleniferous


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sel·e·nif·er·ous

 (sĕl′ə-nĭf′ər-əs)
adj.
Containing selenium: seleniferous soil.

seleniferous

(ˌsɛlɪˈnɪfərəs)
adj
(Chemistry) containing selenium
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A comprehensive baseline survey was conducted in various blocks and villages of Nawansheher and Hoshiarpur districts which revealed that dairy animals in studied areas were raised on green fodders and cereal straws grown on seleniferous soils.
Selenium accumulation by sequentially grown wheat and rice as influenced by gypsum application in a seleniferous soil.
Interest in selenium and health was focused primarily on the potentially toxic effects of high intakes in humans, stimulated by reports of alkali disease in livestock raised in seleniferous areas, in the last century2.
These ponds were part of an investigation to determine if seleniferous brackish inflows from rivers could be mixed with low-selenium saline water from the Salton Sea to create shallow wetland habitats for aquatic birds.
Effects of seleniferous grains and inorganic selenium on tissue and blood composition and growth performance of rats and swine.
Selenium status of children living in seleniferous areas of Venezuela.
Anyway, the owner was not applying or using selenium based products, and also there were no seleniferous plants at the place.
25 M KCI could extract 60-65% of total Se present in alkaline seleniferous soils (Dhillon and Dhillon 2004).
Peproseite was discovered in the oxidation zone of the Shinkolobwe deposit (Deliens, 1975), in association with seleniferous siegenite and molybdenite.
It includes grains and Gramineae that do not usually accumulate more than 50 mg Se kg' DM (ppm) when grown on seleniferous soil.