nonnitrogenous

nonnitrogenous

(ˌnɒnnaɪˈtrɒdʒɪnəs)
adj
(Chemistry) chem not containing nitrogen or a nitrogen compound
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Finally, nonnitrogenous matter was calculated by difference; the obtained results were reported as the average of three repetitions [+ or -] standard deviation.
Table 1 shows moisture, ashes, protein, lipid, and nonnitrogenous matter content in seeds.
Salvinorin A: A potent naturally occurring nonnitrogenous k opioid selective agonist.
Salvinorin: A potent naturally occurring nonnitrogenous kappa opioid selective agonist.
At this moment, salvinorin A is the only known naturally occurring nonnitrogenous kappa opioid selective ligand.
Too much nonnitrogenous food led to the conversion of uric acid to ammonium urate, fat, and choleic acid instead of urea, and this was thought by Liebig to be the fundamental cause of gout.
For example, the generalist root parasite, Odontites verna (Scrophulariaceae), obtained large quantities of monosaccharides and other nonnitrogenous compounds when parasitic on barley, but transferred much larger relative amounts of nitrogenous compounds when parasitic on clover (Govier et al.
Salvinorin A: A potent naturally occurring nonnitrogenous kappa opioid selective agonist.
Consequently, he emphasized vigorous exercise and limiting the intake of nonnitrogenous foods, which were thought to inhibit such oxidation, and administered alkaline medication to keep the uric acid in solution, where it was more readily in contact with oxygen.