Macronutrients

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về sinh học được đăng trên tạp chí lâm nghiệp đề tài: Macronutrients in tree stems and foliage: a comparative study of six temperate forest species planted at the same sites...

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Food and macronutrient intake of elite Ethiopian distance runners

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về lâm nghiệp được đăng trên tạp chí lâm nghiệp Original article đề tài: Contribution of different solutes to the cell osmotic pressure in tap and lateral roots of maritime pine seedlings: effects of a potassium deficiency and of an all-macronutrient deficiency...

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Preprandial ghrelin is not affected by macronutrient intake, energy intake or energy expenditure

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  • Sau khi học xong bài này, sinh viên có thể: 1. Phân biệt được chất vi lượng (micronutrients) và chất đa lượng (macronutrients), nguyên nhân và một số tình trạng bệnh lý chính do thiếu vitamin và khoáng. 2. Kể được vai trò, nhu cầu, hấp thu của vitamin: A, E, D, B 12 , B 1 , B 2 , C 3. Kể được vai trò, nhu cầu, hấp thu của một số chất khoáng: Sắt, Iod, Calci, Kẽm 4. Kể được vai trò và nhu cầu về nước của cơ thể...

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  • A plant nutrient is a chemical element that is essential for plant growth and reproduction. Essential element is a term often used to identify a plant nutrient. The term nutrient implies essentiality, so it is redundant to call these elements essential nutrients. Commonly, for an element to be a nutrient, it must fit certain criteria. The principal criterion is that the element must be required for a plant to complete its life cycle. The second criterion is that no other element substitutes fully for the element being considered as a nutrient.

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  • Section II Essential Elements––Macronutrients 2 Nitrogen Discovery of the essentiality of nitrogen is often credited to de Saussure (1–3), who in 1804 recognized that nitrogen was a vital constituent of plants, and that nitrogen was obtained mainly from the soil.

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  • 9 Chlorine Chlorine is classified as a micronutrient, but it is often taken up by plants at levels comparable to a macronutrient. Supplies of chlorine in nature are often plentiful, and obvious symptoms of deficiency are seldom observed.

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  • Food can be defined as the nutritive material taken into an organism for growth, work, or repair and for maintaining the vital processes. Food sustains life, and, as such, many individuals view food as an uncomplicated, pure source of nutrition. Therefore, such individuals are often bewildered to learn that food is comprised of an array of natural chemicals, and not all the chemicals are nutrients or enhance nutritive value, but in fact may decrease nutritional value or, worse still, are toxic (e.g., naturally occurring toxicants).

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  • 5 Calcium The rare earth element calcium is one of the most abundant elements in the lithosphere; it is readily available in most soils; and it is a macronutrient for plants, yet it is actively excluded from plant cytoplasm.

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  • Bốn nguyên tử phổ biến nhất tạo nên sự sống trên trái đất là carbon, hydro, nitơ, và oxy, và hydrogen cyanide (HCN) bao gồm ba trong số những macronutrients cần thiết. cyanide đóng một vai trò quan trọng trong sự phát triển tiền sinh của các axit amin, peptide, nucleotide, chất béo, và màng, và tiếp tục là một phần không thể tách rời của tự nhiên trên trái đất và vũ trụ. cyanide là một nguồn nitơ, một chất dinh dưỡng mà tất cả các sinh vật sống yêu cầu....

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  • “Have you thanked a green plant today?” reads a popular bumper sticker. Indeed, we should thank green plants for providing the food we eat, fiber for the clothing we wear, wood for building our houses, and the oxygen we breathe. Without plants, humans and other animals simply could not exist. Psychologists tell us that plants also provide a sense of well-being and peace of mind, which is why we preserve forested parks in our cities, surround our homes with gardens, and install plants and flowers in our homes and workplaces.

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  • Chất dd lượng lớn (Macronutrient): 1,Carbonhydrat: ­Glucose và các đường đơn. ­Sucrose,Tinh bột,Chất xơ( Fiber:Cellulose..)

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  • In the first volume of this two-volume book, Advanced Nutrition: Macronutrients , the needs for the macronutrients were discussed. The absorption, metabolism, excretion, and function of the various sources of energy as well as detailed discussions of the need for water and energy balance were presented. The needs for the micronutrients, as well as explanations of how these nutrients function in the body, were deferred to this, the second volume.

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  • A ‘textbook’ plant typically comprises about 85% water and 13.5% carbohy- drates. The remaining fraction contains at least 14 mineral elements, without which plants would be unable to complete their life cycles. These essential mineral elements include six macronutrients – N, K, P, S, Mg and Ca – which are present in relatively large amounts in plant tissues (mg g−1 of dry tissue), and several micronutrients, including Fe and Zn, which are present in smaller amounts (µg g−1 of dry tissue).

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  • A plant nutrient is a chemical element that is essential for plant growth and reproduction. Essential element is a term often used to identify a plant nutrient. The term nutrient implies essentiality, so it is redundant to call these elements essential nutrients. Commonly, for an element to be a nutrient, it must fit certain criteria. The principal criterion is that the element must be required for a plant to complete its life cycle. The second criterion is that no other element substitutes fully for the element being considered as a nutrient.

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  • Intravenous nutrition (IVN), also known as parenteral nutrition (PN), involves the administration of nutrients, electrolytes, minerals and fluid directly into patients’ veins. It is used in patients whose gastrointestinal absorption of food and/or fluids is inadequate, unsafe or inaccessible. Infusing a mixture of nutrients and fluid, however, is not without risk.

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  • This chapter deals with quantitative aspects of macronutrient metabolism and its regulation in maternal and conceptus tissues in vivo, emphasizing data and concepts generated or revised during the decade since publication of a similar chapter in the first edition of this book (see Bell, 1993)....

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  • The facts of silicon (Si) in plant life are one thing; the concepts regarding Si in plant physiology are another thing altogether. Most terrestrial plants grow in media dominated by silicates, and the soil solution bathing roots contains Si at concentrations exceeding those of phosphorus (P) by roughly a factor of 100. Plants absorb the element, and their Si content is of the same order of magnitude as that of the macronutrient elements.

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  • The residence time that contaminants and nutrients remain in lichen tissue differs among elements (Pucket 1985). Macronutrients, such as nitrogen, sulfur, potassium, magnesium and calcium are comparatively mobile and easily leached and therefore measurable changes in tissue concentrations can occur over weeks or months with seasonal changes in deposition (Boongaprob et al. 1989). In one study, mobile elements reached the same levels in transplants as the indigenous lichens within four to six months (Palomäki et al. 1992).

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