bone ash


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bone ash

[′bōn ‚ash]
(chemistry)
A white ash consisting primarily of tribasic calcium phosphate obtained by burning bones in air; used in cleaning jewelry and in some pottery.
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Dietary calcium, phosphorus, and phytase effects on bird performance, intestinal morphology, mineral digestibility, and bone ash during a natural necrotic enteritis episode.
From figure it can be concluded that with the addition of Chicken Bone Ash wear rate of MMC is decreases.
Since the aim of this study was to explore the efficacy of ELF-MF in the prevention of SCI-induced osteoporosis, we chose to determine BMC and BMD from the bone ash, which has the advantage of providing direct sensitive evidence of osteoporosis.
Table 4: Body weight, bone density, bone ash content of minerals (calcium and phosphate), and bone breaking force of the sham-operated control group (Group A), bilaterally ovariectomized group (Group B), ovariectomized + BTE-supplemented group (Group C), and ovariectomized + estradiol-treated group (Group D) of rats.
Investigating bone parameters of this dietary proves the less amount of bone ash. Also, bone of chicks fed maximum saturated fatty acid dietary bear less force in comparison to other two treatments.
Phosphorus intake was used as independent variable, for references diets, and feed intake, for wheat, corn or sorghum diets, and tibia bone ash of 4 week old chicks as dependent variable.
These birds also had reduced bone ash, increased osteoclasia, a marked decrease in osteoblast activity, variable lengthening and shortening of the hypertrophic zone of the epiphyseal cartilage, decreased and disorganized formation of new bone, and a marked hypertrophy and hyperplasia of the parathyroid glands as compared to birds collected from the third colony.
Akristos, of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, is making eco-friendly bricks from the bone ash left behind when cattle carcasses are incinerated.
A Midland firm is making ecofriendly bricks from the bone ash left behind when cattle carcasses are incinerated.
The homogenization protocol (hereafter called digestion) was validated against National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST, Gaithersburg, MD) Standard Reference Materials (SRM) 1486 bone meal and SRM 1400 bone ash. Validation data are provided in Table 1.
Bone ash, steamed bone meal and bone charcoal can be seen as having no link to the disease, according to a team of technology experts within the ministry, ministry officials said.
Some glaze formulas or recipes also use volcanic ash or even bone ash. Almost all the ingredients of a glaze will include other minerals and chemicals.