micronutrient

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micronutrient

[¦mī·krō′nü·trē·ənt]
(biochemistry)
An element required by animals or plants in small amounts.
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These are caused by a combination of dietary deficiencies; poor maternal and child health and nutrition; a high burden of morbidity; and low micro nutrient content in the soil, especially iodine and zinc.
The main deficit of micro--nutrient is iron deficiency anemia this deficiency is the most common deficiency of micro nutrients in the world and it affected about 1 third people of the world.
This does not consider second year manure credits, sulfur values, micro nutrients, humus or other values that can be contributed to applying manure to crop production fields.
The book is based on the premise that people "must develop a more sophisticated appreciation of the familiar building blocks of diet--the macronutrients of fat, carbohydrates, and proteins--and then move on to an examination of the micro nutrients in food," according to Dr.
These castings will supply plants and seedlings with macro and micro nutrients, beneficial microbes, as well as trace elements.
ePlanet Ventures' investment will help us to grab growth, expand our manufacturing facilities and enter into new areas like micro nutrients.
Others segment include secondary and micro nutrients such as calcium, sulfur, magnesium chlorine and manganese among others.
All these nutritional aspects that is required for the space and other things, that our R and D (Research and Development) aspects is taking care of and we are well equipped with for the taking care of all these nutritional aspects in terms of macro nutrients or micro nutrients or anything for that matter.