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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HM)] is the total concentration of a microelement in the solution, and [[C.
It flags up cost overruns immediately with drill-down analysis to the microelement of activities that cause problems and provides transparency and accountability into the system.
Selenium is an essential microelement for the proper growth and development of the body.
Analysis of major element, rare earth element, and microelement is completed in Southwest China Supervision and Inspection Center of Mineral Resourced, Ministry of Land and Resources (Chengdu Center, China Geological Survey, Chengdu Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources).
Se is an essential microelement, necessary for normal functioning of humans and animals (Rayman, 2000).
Furthermore, the phenomena like normal stress effects, shear thinning and thickening, time relaxation and retardation, rotation of microelement, effect of couple stresses cannot be explained through the Navier- Stokes equations.
005) but was not significantly correlated with the contents of any other macro- or microelement contents.
Copper, an important microelement of the human body, participates in numerous physiological processes including mitochondrial respiratory chain, neurotransmitter synthesis, and iron metabolism.
Iron is a microelement which has significant influences on dynamic properties and special features of central nervous system.
5 depicts the situation of weak concentration of microelement at the surface of disks.
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