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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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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This grain size variability in conjunction with mineralogical assemblage present in the surficial sediments controls the distribution and abundance of major and trace elements, CaCO3 and organic content.
Analytical chemists describe methodology in determining trace elements, selected applications of matrices, and inorganic and bioinorganic speciation analysis at trace level.
The nutrients or trace elements in the maize or corn are generally classified into three groups from a dietary point of view: essential trace elements (iron, zinc, copper, cobalt, chromium, fluorine, iodine, manganese, molybdenum and selenium); probably essential trace elements (nickel, tin, vanadium, silicon, boron) and the non-essential trace elements (aluminum, arsenic, barium, bismuth, bromine, cadmium, germanium, gold, lead, lithium, mercury, rubidium, silver, strontium, titanium and zirconium) Afzal et al.2016); Gwirtz and Garcia-Casal (2014); Major et al.
Trace elements in hemodialysis patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
The aim of this study was to assess status of selenium (Se) and other trace elements in relation to soil properties in the arid soils of Al-Jouf region, Saudi Arabia.
Calcium and phosphate are the major components (hydroxyapatite) in addition to some trace elements which have a profound effect on enamel.
In addition, malabsorption of other vitamins and trace elements may also cause neurologic disease.
There are two faces of trace elements: beneficial and toxic.
A number of studies [9-18] assert that trace elements enter the body primarily through water and food intake, then they are carried by the blood by binding them to specific proteins; however, a certain portion of them (which is different for different elements) is present in the blood in an ionized form.