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chelate

[′kē‚lāt]
(invertebrate zoology)
Pertaining to an appendage with a pincerlike organ or claw.
(organic chemistry)
A molecular structure in which a heterocyclic ring can be formed by the unshared electrons of neighboring atoms.
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EDTA is the fastest growing segment in agricultural chelates market by type during 20152020
Data presented in Table 3 (A) shows that the tested chelates and foliar fertilizers differ in their effect on the grain and straw yields of wheat.
Keywords: Schiff base 4-dimethylaminobenzaldehyde 2-aminophenol Anthranilic acid Mixed ligand chelates Physiochemical techniques and Antibacterial activity.
2000) found that the absorption rate of Fe in iron glycine chelate (Fe-Gly) was almost two times of that in FeSO4.
A small amount of methanol was added to the PMMA/complex solution to ensure the complete dissolution of chelate.
Estimation of the Zn bioavailability of a Zn chelate relative to Zn sulfate based on tibia Zn and small intestinal metallothionein expression in 2010 International Poultry Scientific Forum, Atlanta, GA.
The purpose of this study is to synthesize the iron chelate using our chemicals and test its activity against our strain of Tetrahymena vorax using the stomatin bioassay system for macrostomal induction.
While the development of new chelates is still ongoing, efforts to explore new features of existing fluorescent chelates are generating some intriguing results.
The effect of succimer treatment to significantly increase the excretion of Pb in the urine is consistent with the action of this drug to form aqueous soluble chelates with Pb (12), as well as with a large body of clinical and laboratory evidence showing increased urinary excretion of Pb with treatment (1,17,25,26).
Generally, chelates improve the absorption of minerals by about five or ten percent, but they cost five times as much.
You may need to try more than one--improve your soil and apply iron chelates, for example--to cure your plant.