calcium oxalate


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calcium oxalate

[′kal·se·əm ′äk·sə‚lāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
CaC2O4·H2O A salt of oxalic acid in the form of white crystals that are insoluble in water.
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Diet, but not oral probiotics, effectively reduces urinary oxalate excretion and calcium oxalate supersaturation.
In other cases--especially when calcium oxalate stones are suspected or a stone becomes lodged in a male dog's urethra (a long, narrow tube that connects the urinary bladder to the outside of the body)--surgery is necessary to remove them.
Effect of calcium nutrition on the formation of calcium oxalate in kikuyugrass.
5) The renal toxicity of EG is thought to be due to a combination of hydronephrosis from calcium oxalate crystals and a direct toxic effect from EG metabolites.
In the urine, oxalate is a very strong promoter of calcium oxalate precipitation, about 15 times stronger than calcium.
Pulmonary Aspergillus- associated calcium oxalate crystals.
The key to presuming the production of beer is the discovery of calcium oxalate residues alongside barley remnants at an archaeological dig at Godin Tepe.
Based on a PhD research program carried out by the author, this book presents an approach to investigating the mechanisms of amorphous silica and calcium oxalate composite fouling on the heat exchanger surface of sugar mill evaporators.
Generally, lithium heparin is added in small quantities and has been found to have little, if any, effect on the determination of many different analytes, in contrast to calcium chelator anticoagulants, such as calcium citrate or calcium oxalate.
DECREASING CALCIUM OXALATE SCALING BY PARTIAL SUBSTITUTION OF Mg(OH)[.