Hesperus

(redirected from Phosporus)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

Hesperus

[′hes·prəs]
(astronomy)
Greek name for the planet Venus as an evening star.

Hesperus

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Hesperus is the name given to the planet Venus when it appears as the Evening Star.

References in periodicals archive ?
Nitrogen, phosporus and organic carbon in streams draining two grazed catchments in the Mt.
Available nitrogen and phosporus content in streams feeding wet sedge meadows at Sverdrup Pass, Ellesmere Island, N.
5 to 10 pounds of bonemeal (provides the needed phosporus that cow manure lacks).
1) Phosporus 50(21) 68(33) Potassium 747(101) 598(254) Calcium >3,521 (g) >3,521 Magnesium >426 (g) >426 Zinc 1.
Average concentrations of the agricultural pollutants' total suspended sediment (TSS), total Kjeldahl nitrogen (TKN), and total phosporus (TP) in Aggregated Sub-Areas were used to identify regions where targeting the CRP would do the most to improve water quality.
Nitrogen, phosporus, and potassium: the primary nutrients
Watanabe FS, Olsen SR (1965) Test of an ascorbic acid method for determining phosporus in water and NaHC[O.