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A barrier in the form of a trench; usually used to prevent livestock from crossing; a sunken fence.
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Stability constants for some iron siderophore complexes (Boukhalfa and Crumbliss, 2002) Siderophores Log[([beta] Fe(III))] Log[([beta] Fe(II))] Enterobactin 49.0000 23.9100 Pyoverdin 30.8000 9.7800 Ferrichrome A 32.0000 9.9100 Ferrichrome E 32.5000 11.1600 Ferrichrome B 30.6000 10.2900 Aerobactin 22.5000 4.8600 Acetohydroxamic acid
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