trace elements

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trace elements

Chemical elements needed by plants in very small amounts (also known at micronutrients).
Translations
مَقادير أساسِيَّه قَليله
stopové prvky
sporstof
nyomelemek
snefilefni
stopové prvky
belirtisel öğe

trace

(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.
verb
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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The scientist-researcher added that the high concentration of microelements and heavy metals in the materials of the volcanic eruption enter the body of domestic animals, and in the end, into the human body.
Moreover, nuts are a rich source of dietary fibre, vitamins (mainly vitamin E and folic acid), polyphenols and microelements (magnesium, iron, calcium, potassium).
Phosphogypsum contains many microelements and HMs: Be, B, Al, Ti, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, As, Se, Sr, Mo, Ag, Cd, Sb, Cs, Ba, Tl, Pb, Th, U (Enamorado et al.
If we see statesmen on banknotes, so why not on protective microelements on documents such as tax stamps.
Likewise, concentration of minerals in fluids, such as in ruminants' blood and urine, is important to diagnose deficiencies of macro and microelements because, based on these analyses, it is possible to know the metabolic balance of a certain mineral (Schweigel, Voigt, & Mohr, 2009).
5 soil/water suspension, total nitrogen by Kjeldahl method, total phosphorus by wet digestion of dried and ground subsamples in a HNO3-perchloric acid mixture, total macro and microelements and heavy metals by atomic absorption spectrophotometry (AAS).
These examinations showed a gastric infection by helicobacter pylori and some deficiencies of microelements, requiring adequate antibiotic therapy and reintegration for at least two weeks.
Characterization of the content of microelements in the soil-plant-animal system and its influence on cattle reproduction in the central region of Cuba.
Manufacturers add microelements and vitamins in their various dietary supplements.
In this context, it is important to know the factors that influence the availability of nutrients to plants with the use of new inputs, such as the organic fertilizer lithothamnium, derived from calcareous marine algae, which has in its composition calcium carbonate, magnesium and more than 20 microelements (Dias, 2010).
In addition, dried SBP is rich in sugar microelements (barium, boron, manganese, molybdenum and magnesium), macro elements (potassium, calcium, and magnesium) and amino acids (alanine, valine, leucine, proline and tryptophan) (Molotilin, 1999), but also it deficient in fat, phosphorus, carotene and certain B-vitamins (Bhattacharya and Sleiman, 1971).

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