sodium selenate


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sodium selenate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′sel·ə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Na2SeO4·10H2O White, poisonous, water-soluble crystals; used as an insecticide.
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2003) indicated that plasma GSH- Px activity was higher in broilers fed selenomethionine compared with sodium selenate in one experiment but not in another.
The present study aims to determine the irrigation regimes and sodium selenate foliar effects on oil content and of milk thistle seed oil grown in Urmia-Iran.
Spraying Sodium selenate doses determined according to supply and jointing stage were sprayed with a hand sprayer.
Suggested Se forms: sodium selenite or sodium selenate.
Open-label, phase I dose-escalation study of sodium selenate, a novel activator of PP2A, in patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer.
Sodium selenate and sodium selenite, two other forms, are absorbed somewhat less efficiently.
From early 1980s, sodium selenate at rates up to 10 g Se/ha has been recommended instead of sodium selenite, because at one-fifth of the rate of sodium selenite, sodium selenate will raise pasture Se concentrations to the same level (Grant 1965).
56 Mg Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate Wq Elemental Mangenese 2 Mg Copper Sulphate Pentahydrate Eq Elemental Copper 1 Mg Sodium Selenate Eq Elemental Selenium 34 Mcg Romium Picolinate Eq Elemental Chromium 25 Mcg In Strip Blister Pack Only.