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microgram

[′mī·krə‚gram]
(mechanics)
A unit of mass equal to one-millionth of a gram. Abbreviated μg.
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To protect bone and muscle health, everyone needs vitamin D equivalent to an average daily intake of 10 micrograms, Public Health England (PHE) advised the government today (Thursday 21 July 2016).
Microgram was so secret, Shulgin adds, that scientists were directed not to cite it in academic papers but to say the information came from "personal communication.
MicroGRAM is the worlds smallest, lightest, lowest powered SAASM-based GPS receiver.
The MicroGRAM was introduced in 2011 and its extraordinary 90% size reduction over its predecessor means that equipment such as small UAS, handheld radios, ruggedized field computers, laser range finders and gun sights can now be equipped with secure GPS capability.
The MicroGRAM s extraordinary 90% size reduction over its predecessor, which means that equipment such as small UAS, handheld radios, ruggedized field computers, laser range finders and gun sights now will have secure GPS capability.
When the female transgenic goat matured and bore her own offspring, she produced a daily supply of 3 to 4 liters of milk containing an average TPA concentration of 3 micrograms per milliliter.
2 letters (n=5) at Day 210 compared with the baseline in the 300 and 500 microgram groups, respectively.
Using more recent data that took into account the growing wage gap between jobs with high and low cognitive requirements, Salkever found that reducing blood lead levels by 1 microgram per deciliter led to a $7.
At the 20 microgram dose, dizziness or leg cramps were reported in nine percent and three percent of women, respectively; compared with six percent and one percent on placebo.
Cordillera EMB Officer Wilma Lagonilla said the general ambient air monitoring machine installed in Burnham Park recorded the fair range of air quality in the city at 95 micrograms per cubic meter for PM 10 and 33 micrograms per cubic meter for PM 2.
Senate Bill 247 would require universal testing for children and lower the threshold for the state to investigate from 10 micrograms per deciliter of blood down to 7.