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vi·ta·min

 (vī′tə-mĭn)
n.
1. Any of various fat-soluble or water-soluble organic substances that are essential in minute amounts for normal growth and activity of living organisms. They are synthesized by bacteria and plants and are obtained by animals chiefly in their diet.
2. A preparation containing one or more vitamins, often taken as a dietary supplement.

[Alteration of vitamine : Latin vīta, life; see gwei- in Indo-European roots + amine (so called because they were originally thought to be amines).]

vi′ta·min′ic adj.
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vitaminic

a. vitamínico-a, rel. a las vitaminas.
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Ingredients of feed concentrates and chemical composition of total diets Items Non-pelleted CG CGM Ingredients Ground maize (g/kg of DM) 571.4 571.4 Soybean meal (g/kg of DM) 54.3 54.3 Ground canola seeds (g/kg of DM) 285.7 285.7 Limestone (g/kg of DM) 7.1 7.1 Calcium phosphate (g/kg of DM) 11.4 11.4 Salt (g/kg of DM) 0.6 0.6 Mineral and vitaminic suplement (g/kg of DM) (2) 65.7 65.7 Sodium bicarbonate (g/kg of DM) 3.7 3.7 Sodium monensin (mg/kg) -- 31.54 Chemical composition of total diet Dry matter (g/kg) 557.9 559.1 Crude protein 155.8 154.9 Ether extract 72.9 74.6 Neutral detergent fiber 431.8 434.4 Acid detergent fiber 207.
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With this agreement, Almirall reinforces its core business for the coming years in Spain and enhances its product portfolio in the musculoskeletal therapeutic area in which it has products such as Airtal (aceclofenac), Calmatel (piketoprofen) and Hidroxil (vitaminic complex B12, B6 and B1).
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