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nutrient

1. any of the mineral substances that are absorbed by the roots of plants for nourishment
2. any substance that nourishes an organism
3. providing or contributing to nourishment

nutrient

[′nü·trē·ənt]
(biology)
Providing nourishment.
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Roy Olsen de Leon, for the technical assistance in the identification of the samples and nutrient analysis.
Table 1: Cattle and poultry manure nutrient analysis Nutrient Cattle Manure Poultry Manure Nitrogen 0.
Last year, we surveyed the dog food companies whose products met our selection criteria and asked this question: "Do you make a complete nutrient analysis for each of your products available to consumers?
Beverages section capturing milk consumption in coffee, and Dairy Products section capturing servings of dairy foods), and the inclusion of vitamins/supplements in the nutrient analysis, all of which are recommended for a robust validation [13, 23].
The ingredient composition of the experimental diets and the respective calculated nutrient analysis are reported in Tables I-III.
But I would also advise all fruit growers to invest in soil nutrient analysis, as healthy soil is essential for optimum productivity levels.
Leaf area measurements and nutrient analysis of the leaves were also done to see their impact on gall formation.
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Guide to laboratory establishment for plant nutrient analysis.
Leslie and the district's nutritionist, Martha Leahy Pellegrino, conducted a nutrient analysis of all lunch offerings and modified the menus to increase fresh fruit, orange and dark green vegetables, whole grains and beans; reduce fat and sodium content; and offer healthier vending machine options.
The results of the nutrient analysis of the poultry manure and the cowdung showed that they contained low contents of nitrogen (Table 1).
Your dollars invested through the Mushroom Council have supported updated nutrient analysis so a variety of mushrooms and their nutrient composition could be included in the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference (http://www.