eutrophy


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eu·troph·ic

 (yo͞o-trŏf′ĭk, -trō′fĭk)
adj.
Rich in mineral and organic nutrients that promote a proliferation of algae and aquatic plants, resulting in a reduction of dissolved oxygen. Used of a lake or pond.

[From Greek eutrophos, well-nourished : eu-, eu- + trephein, to nourish.]

eu·troph′i·ca′tion n.
eu′tro·phy (yo͞o′trə-fē) n.
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(11) The ideal weight was calculated from the highest BMI value corresponding to eutrophy, according to the age, in order to establish the adequate energy recommendation.
Benthic macroalgal blooms as an indicator of system eutrophy in the Barnegat Bay-Little Egg Harbor estuary.
Being homogeneous groups in age, there were no differences in the proportions of individuals in eutrophy, overweight or with obesity between both samples and there was no correlation between BMI with fasting blood glucose, it could not be modeled the probability that a given individual had preDM2 or DM2 according to your body mass or age.
Univariate logistic regression was performed to verify the risks for overweight and obesity in relation to eutrophy. All variables with p value < 0.20 in the univariate analysis were included in the multiple logistic regression analysis.
(ii) Normal weight (eutrophy): z-score [greater than or equal to] -2 and <1 standard deviation
Regarding nutritional status, 41.38% of the subjects were overweight (overweight, 31.03%, obesity class 1, 6.90% and obesity class 2, 3.45%), while eutrophy was observed in 48.28% of the subjects.
It can be shown that most of Muay Thai practitioners with appropriate body composition were with nutritional status of eutrophy (70%), not fed with fast food (62%), but did a low-calorie diet intake (83%).
According to nutritional status, a division between adult and elderly individuals, in both groups, was performed; there were no patients with eutrophy, and the results of overweight and obesity are shown in Table 2.
On the contrary, the species number of hydrophytes in Lake Fure (Denmark) decreased with the increasing nutrient load in the lake during its transition from mesotrophy (1911) to eutrophy (1951) and to hypertrophy (1983), and formed about 2/3 of the initial number (37) at the improvement of the state back to eutrophy in 2005 (Sand-Jensen et al., 2008).
Critical values Nutritional Diagnosis < Percentile 0.1 < Z-Score -3 Severe thinness [greater than or equal Z-Score [greater than Thinness to] 0.1 Percentile or equal to] -3 and and Percentile < 3 < z-Score -2 [greater than or equal -2 z-Score [greater Eutrophy to] 3 and [less than than or equal to] and or equal to] 85 [less than or equal Percentile Percentile to] z-Score +1 > 85 Percentile and + 1 z-Score [greater Overweight [less than or equal than or equal to] and to] 97 Percentile [less than or equal to] z-Score +2 > 97 Percentile and +2 z-Score [greater Obesity [less than or equal than or equal to] to] 99.9 Percentile and [less than or equal to] z-Score +3 > 99.9 Percentile > Z-Score +3 Severe Obesity Table 2.