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supplement

Geometry
a. either of a pair of angles whose sum is 180°
b. an arc of a circle that when added to another arc forms a semicircle
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001) with vitamin E supplementation showing significant variation (P<0.
Second, to find out thermal stress, oxidant and antioxidant status of dairy cows after vitamin E supplementation.
The objective of this study was to determine the possible role of aqueous extracts of moringa fresh and dry leaves and floral parts via medium supplementation in the alleviation of heat stress induced oxidative damage in hybrid maize, a commercially important crop.
Dilutions of the extract were prepared with distilled water for use as seed priming, medium supplementation and foliar spray.
31) Multiple micronutrient supplementations during pregnancy also decreased the prevalence of serum riboflavin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, folate and vitamin D deficiencies compared to controls for 32 weeks.
36) Multiple micronutrient supplementations from weeks 12-16 of gestation to delivery also led to a significant increase in birth size compared with placebo but could not affect head circumference.
1-4] Pregnant women with a poor nutritional intake benefit from nutrient supplementation.
In 1995 the Department of Health implemented a national nutrition policy called the National Supplementation Programme (NSP), and now termed the National Therapeutic Programme (NTP).
05) among treatments but tended to be increased with enhancing levels of LLP supplementation (9.
Therefore, this study was conducted to determine supplementation level of Leucaena leucocephala leaf meal pellet for better feed intake, nutrient digestibility and rumen fermentation in swamp buffaloes fed on rice straw.
The score of fat color from cattle with Vit E and S+Vit E supplementations tended to lower than that from S supplementation.
However, the production of hepatic lipid peroxides was significantly decreased in both nonsmoking and smoking mice with antioxidant supplementation (p < 0.