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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Inclusion level Ingredients (dry matter; g [kg.sup.-1]) Salmon by-product meal (a) 597.00 Corn 315.40 Macromineral mixture (b) 54.73 Vitamin and micromineral premix (c) 14.93 Linseed oil 12.94 Chromic oxide 5.00 Proximate composition Dry matter 940.50 Crude protein 487.50 Ether extract 97.90 Neutral detergent fiber 34.30 Ash 170.90 Gross energy (kJ [g.sup.-1]) 17.50 Table 2.
Effects of anion supplementation to low-potassium prepartum diets on macromineral status and performance of periparturient dairy cows.
Boron supplementation of perimenopausal women affects boron metabolism and indices associated with macromineral metabolism, hormonal status and immune function.
Sub-clinical hypocalcemia is an important macromineral disorder of transition cow.
The net macromineral requirements for maintenance were 20.20 mg Ca, 13.50 mg P, 3.80 mg Na, 7.91 mg K, and 1.10 mg Mg/kg empty body weight (EBW) for ewes.
Rumen fluid mixture was freshly prepared as described by Menke and Steingass (1988), mixing 400 mL rumen fluid, 400 mL distilled water, 200 mL ammonium carbonate buffer pH 8.0, 200 mL macromineral, 1 mL 0.1% (w/v) resazurine, 0.1 mL micromineral and 40 mL reduction solution.
Considering this context, the addition of calcium citrate malate in the proportion presented in this study may be an excellent calcium source to ensure the healthy intake of this macromineral.
Similarly, other macromineral concentrations were high in invertebrate prey in this report compared with requirements of carnivores or avian species (0.03%-0.1% Mg, 0.3%-0.6% P, and 0.05%-0.4% Na); only K (0.2%-1.4%) may be limiting.
Macromineral physiology and application to the feeding of the dairy cow for prevention of milk fever and other periparturient mineral disorders.
Postnatal attainment of intrauterine macromineral accretion rates in low birth weight infants fed fortified human milk.
Macromineral status of grazing sheep in a semi-arid region of Pakistan.