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bioavailability

[‚bī·ō·ə‚vāl·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(physiology)
The extent and rate at which a substance, such as a drug, is absorbed into a living system or is made available at the site of physiological activity.
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Paradoxically, scientists suggest that large scale industry in countries like China could be combating global warming to some extent by creating more bioavailable iron in the oceans, and therefore increasing carbon dioxide removal from the atmosphere.
From these results we can observe as expected that the majority of bioavailable elements on the control (Cn) and contaminated (C) plots depends on the pH values and the concentration of elements in wood is related with soil TOC.
Feeding a high quality and bioavailable trace mineral is important to maximizing the growth potential and well-being of production animals.
is a highly bioavailable source of copper and the only mineral chelated with HMTBa, the active ingredient in ALIMET feed supplement.
Liposomal Enhanced Delivery system, an applied coating, allows powdered colostrum to readily dissolve in liquids and ensures powdered colostrum and oral colostrum spray will bypass digestion; will be transported through the bowel wall; will circulate throughout the body: will reach the organs and cells: and will remain bioavailable at the cellular level.
EPA Elite differs from the study product in that it is formulated in the more bioavailable triglyceride form, the company said.
Contract notice: Assessment of bioavailable chemical contamination of rivers of the rhone-mediterranean basin on behalf of the agency of the rhone mediterranean corsica water.
In the population-based Rotterdam Study, we investigated the association of levels of dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS) and total and bioavailable testosterone with aortic atherosclerosis among 1,032 nonsmoking men and women aged 55 yr and over.
Tomatoes, another good source, must be cooked to make the phytochemical bioavailable.
Unlike the majority of isoflavones which are in glycoside form, and have to be converted to the aglycone or sugarless form to become biologically active, the isoflavones in Red Clover extract IFL40 occur naturally in the more bioavailable aglycone form.
However, this compound has been demonstrated to have an inhibitory effect on DNA synthesis, thus provoking our belief that exposure of preimplantation embryos (a stage of active DNA synthesis and cell proliferation) to bioavailable HU can retard and/or inhibit their development.