macroelement

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macroelement

[¦mak·rō′el·ə·mənt]
(industrial engineering)
An element of a work cycle whose time span is long enough to be observed and measured with a stopwatch.
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Additionally, there were no deaths whatsoever from any amino acid, herb, or dietary mineral supplement.
According to test results from the laboratory concerned, levels of 20 +/- 7; 19 +/- 6; 19 +/- 6; 25 +/- 8 mg/kg were found in the dietary mineral samples.
According to the most recent statistics available from the US National Poison Data System, there was not even one death caused by a vitamin or dietary mineral in 2007.
Yet as a dietary mineral, iron is essential for growth, development, and performance of daily tasks.
of the department of gastroenterology at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney, first reported that zinc, the dietary mineral, can speed healing of gastric ulcers even in patients who show no signs of a zinc deficiency.
The biological availability of a mineral from the diet is manifested by the efficiency with which the body utilises and retains the dietary mineral.
Gold Stake is most known for its all natural Dietary Mineral Supplement, which contains 22 essential minerals for optimal health for the prevention of chronic aliments.
It contains large amounts of protein, essential amino acids, vitamins, dietary fiber and dietary minerals (iron, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, manganese, calcium, potassium and zinc).
Healthy poultry requires sufficient quantity of proteins and carbohydrates along with the necessary vitamins and dietary minerals.
Harris assembles and connects insights from research by food scientists and engineers and by chemists into the multiple functions of dietary minerals in animals and humans.
Mango contains essential vitamins and dietary minerals.