transfer factor


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transfer factor

[′tranz·fər ‚fak·tər]
(engineering)
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Colostrum and Herbal blend portion (excludes transfer factor)
A patented technology by a US-based company called 4-Life successfully created a nutrition-based food supplement with the use of transfer factors.
Wall heat transfer factors and wall heat transfer coefficients HEAT TRANSFER 6000 RPM 9500 RPM MODEL Wall heat transfer factor Hohenberg 1.75 1.51 Woschni 1.50 1.44 Woschni-Huber 1.36 1.20 Wall heat transfer coefficient [W/[m.sup.2]K] Hohenberg 401 551 Woschni 417 540 Woschni-Huber 486 666 Wall heat transfer coefficient adjusted [W/[m.sup.2]K] Hohenberg 702 831 Woschni 627 780 Woschni-Huber 663 797
Metal Transfer Factor shown that highest value was found for Portulaca oleracae and lower was observed for Brassica rapa.
To determine the metal accumulation from soil to vegetable, transfer factor was determined (Cui et al., 2004).
Variations in transfer factor among the different vegetables may be attributed to differences in the concentration of metals in the soil and differences in element uptake by different vegetables [28].
When the modal coupling coefficient between the Nth enclosure acoustical mode and Mth panel mode changes, the transfer factor [F.sub.N,M] has different results from (25) and 26).
If the geometry of the receiver and the computational model of the Monte Carlo simulation keep unchanged, the radiative heat transfer factor will only need to be calculated once before the iterative calculation.
In spite of the high TI observed for Pb and Cu with both the species tested, the transfer factor (TF), which reflects the plant's capacity to transport metals from soil to shoots, was much higher for Pb than for Cu.
Estrada-Garcia et al., "Indications, usage, and dosage of the transfer factor," Revista Alergia Mexico, vol.