microelement


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mi·cro·el·e·ment

 (mī′krō-ĕl′ə-mənt)
n.
A trace element.

microelement

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌɛlɪmənt)
n
(Environmental Science) an inorganic nutrient, esp one used by plants to help them grow
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1) The amount of the microelement and mineral components: Fe 56 mg/ kg, Cu 15 mg/kg, Mn 30 mg/kg, Zn 40 mg/kg, I 1.
The microelement body in the deformation zone was usually employed to develop the modeling of rolling force, as shown in Fig.
Among the microelement, the presence of copper, iron, molybdenum, manganese, sodium and zinc is outstanding.
Although copper (Cu) is an essential microelement to many metabolic activities, it becomes extremely toxic in higher concentrations.
The beneficial effects of the analyzed drugs are mainly due to the presence of active ingredients like essential oils, flavanoids, alkaloids, tannins, and saponins but they are also influenced by inorganic components, as the macro and microelement presence in the extract [3].
Many antioxidants play an important role in various biological processes; enzyme production, DNA synthesis, testicular development and sperm maturation are microelement and vitamin dependent.
Our study showed that a SnBiX solder fabricated by adding microelement based on SnBi20 reduced the cost and lowered the melting point to around 186[degrees]C, close to traditional SnPb37 eutectic.
The microelement Sr was present in otoliths, scales, and spines at concentrations of 100's to 1000's [micro]g/g of structure, whereas it occurred at low concentrations in eye lenses.
Macro-element (Na, K, Cl, Ca, P, and Mg) units, mmol/kg; microelement (Co, Mo, and Cu) units, mg/kg, and Mn units as mmole/kg.
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