Results indicated N[H.sub.4]Cl had the most stable extractability
among the 4 neutral salts.
PHOTO : Figure 9 antioxidant extractability
Martens DC, Chesters G, Peterson LA (1966) Factors controlling the extractability
of soil zinc.
Anthocyanin extraction was little affected by ripening stage; free anthocyanins showed similar extractability
, while among acylated anthocyanins extractability
was markedly lower for coumaroylated and caffeoylated compounds.
(the value of the slope coefficient for the relationship between soil test P and the amount of P applied in 2000) tended to decrease with increasing PRI and PBC (Fig.
The c and n coefficients derived from the rescaled Mitscherlich Eqn 1, the P required for 50% and 90% of maximum yield ([P.sub.50%] and [P.sub.90%] derived from data fitted to the rescaled Mitscherlich Eqn 1), and the extractability
of soil test P ([P.sub.Extract], B coefficient of linear Eqn 2), were all related to soil properties by simple and multiple linear regression.
For the extractability
of exogenous La in soil, an air-dried and sieved (0.28 mm) soil sample was weighed in a plastic test tube, 0.05 M HCl was added to each tube, and the tube was then kept at 25[degrees]C for 24 h and shaken occasionally (Cao and Zhao 1997).
The protein extractability
was evaluated according to modifications of the procedures described by NOLLET e TOLDRA (2011).
2014), leading to a reduced Al extractability
with higher SOM contents.
The impact of heating on the extractability
of xanthophylls in egg yolk.
The material is deemed as a part of drug development process while being tested for extractability
and leaching, which in turn has spurred adoption of PET containers in the pharmaceutical industry.