trace elements

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trace elements

Chemical elements needed by plants in very small amounts (also known at micronutrients).
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(treis) noun
1. a mark or sign left by something. There were traces of egg on the plate; There's still no trace of the missing child.
2. a small amount. Traces of poison were found in the cup.
1. to follow or discover by means of clues, evidence etc. The police have traced him to London; The source of the infection has not yet been traced.
2. to make a copy of (a picture etc) by putting transparent paper over it and drawing the outline etc. I traced the map.
ˈtracing noun
a copy made by tracing. I made a tracing of the diagram.
trace elements
elements that are needed in small quantities for the growing and developing of animal and plant life.
ˈtracing-paper noun
thin transparent paper used for tracing.
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Enriched with specific components - mineral salts, organic substances, microelements, volcanic mud has medicinal properties that have a beneficial effect on the human body.
11 Female Male N % (*) N % (*) supplementing the diet with the necessary 31 73.81% 21 75.00% vitamins and microelements the functioning of the organism improvement 14 33.33% 9 32.14% (nervous system.
Macro and microelements in grains were determined by micro and macro elements ICP-OES method (Thermo Smart D wet combustion method) after performing cleaning, washing, drying, grinding, and final drying operations according to Kacar, (1972).
Those elements required in low amount by living creatures have been recognized in the writing as microelements, or micronutrients.
A total of eight different minerals was found from the samples, and they can be categorized as; macro-elements (e.g., Ca, P, Na, Mg, and K etc.): large quantities of which are required by human body, and microelements (e.g., Fe, Cu, and Zn): small quantities are required by humans.
Changes in contents of some macro- and microelements in goat's colostrum within the first 72 hours after parturition.
A product from Bulgaria does not contain milk whey powder and has a lower content of microelements and vitamins.
It consists of proteins, such as many enzymes (Acid phosphatase, alanine transaminase, alkaline phosphatase, aspartate transaminase), lipids, macroelements [Sodium (Na+), Potassium (K+), Calcium (Ca2+), Magnesium (Mg2+), Phosphate (P) and Chloride (Cl)] and microelements [Copper (Cu), Iron (Fe) and Zinc (Zn)] (2).
It can be assumed that the failure interface of cemented sand consists of parallel microelements of number N and that the number of damaged microelements n in any interval of [F, F + dF] is N[PHI](x)dx as the load increases.

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