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transfer factor

[′tranz·fər ‚fak·tər]
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A patented technology by a US-based company called 4-Life successfully created a nutrition-based food supplement with the use of transfer factors.
Upon learning about transfer factor on my DZMM teleradyo show on Sundays, she decided to take the oral supplementation for a year.
On the basis of this research, especially with attention to the different wall heat transfer factors at different speeds, it becomes obvious, that the existing heat transfer models are not suitable for this kind of engines.
Wall heat transfer factors and wall heat transfer coefficients HEAT TRANSFER 6000 RPM 9500 RPM MODEL Wall heat transfer factor Hohenberg 1.
23 Table 7: Comparison of transfer factors (TF) for heavy metals from soil to vegetable tissues with similar and other edible plants from the literature Name of Concentration (mg/kg) the plant of metals in plants Cd Pb Amaranthus caudatus -- 0.
Transfer factor (TF) was calculated to understand the risk associated with wastewater irrigation and consequent heavy metal accumulation in the edible portions of the test vegetables following a standard procedure [16].
In addition, heavy metal and metalloid uptake by the vegetable and the pollution load and transfer factor from soil to edible portion of vegetable as well as health risks due to consumption of the vegetable were assessed.
Transfer factor for vegetable/soil systemTo analyze the accumulating capability of metals from soil to vegetable, a quantitative assessment of the correlation between the concentration of metal contents in the vegetable and in subsequent soils was done by transfer factor (Cui et al.
The aim of the value transfer was to determine the transfer factor for each protein.
Thus Mohan and Lo (1985) proposed that a general model of L2 writing should include both developmental and transfer factors.
Bioaccumulation factor, transfer factor in plant organs and geo-accumulation index of soil pollution from Cucumis sativus farm
Determination of the composition of the solution-soluble soil fraction and knowledge of transfer factors enables prediction of whether plants cultivated on a given soil can be used as food or feed, on the basis of knowledge of soil extract composition.