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pertaining to or containing or similar to ammonia

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Adding to this point, were the ammoniacal nitrogen (NH3-N) results as shown in Figure 5.
DM, VS, crude lipid, total ammoniacal nitrogen (TAN = N[H.sub.3]+N[H.sub.4.sup.+]) and total Kjeldahl nitrogen (TKN) were determined according to standard procedures (APHA, 2005).
The Principal Components Analysis (PCA) is illustrated with Figure 2 that includes the relation of the following aspects: water temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, % of [O.sub.2] saturation, total phosphorus, orthophosphate, total nitrogen, total ammoniacal nitrogen and chlorophyll a, with the samples space (Axis 1) and time (Axis 2) distribution.
The greater losses in those experiments may have been due to the higher rates of fertiliser application, which resulted in higher ammoniacal N concentrations.
A session on technology developments included a paper from Henkel on the solvent extraction of nickel from ammoniacal leach solutions and a joint paper by Impala Platinum and Bateman comparing the performance of mixer settlers and pulsed columns in the separation of cobalt from nickel using CYANEX 272 as the extractant.
The positive result of wheat dry matter yield with CS application, although its total N and ammoniacal N contents are lower than those in the PS (Table 2), may occur because approximately 80% of CS is composed by amino acids that are easily mineralizable and undergo fast hydrolysis and ammonification, thus being more easily assimilated by plants (Zaman & Blennerhassett, 2010).
Upon the opening of the silos, the material was homogenized; 200 ml of juice was extracted from the silage with the aid of a hydraulic press for determination of pH values; 25 g of silage were extracted from the silo mass for ammoniacal nitrogen, and 20 g for determination of water activity, and placed in plastic mini-trays.
Following laboratory investigations were included in the screening protocol - dicts test for reducing substances, Ferric chloride test for Phenylketonuria, Dintrophenylhydrazine test for alpha keto acids, Nitrosonaphthol test for tyrosine, Para nitroaniline test for methylmalonic aciduria, Cyanide nitroprusside test for cysteine and homocysyteine, Ammoniacal silver nitrate test for homocysteine, Thin layer chromatography for amino acids.
Cultivars DMY Panicle Leave kg [ha.sup.-1] -- kg 100[kg.sup.-1]-- 'BRS 810' 18516.90 12.48 7.41 'BRS 800' 9198.65 26.53 13.57 'BRS 655' 11450.47 29.34 7.93 'BRS Ponta Negra' 17799.59 9.37 13.15 'BRS 610' 16144.22 23.20 15.31 [CV.sup.2] (%) 37.37 20.90 Cultivars Stem Dead Material leaf/stem -- kg 100[kg.sup.-1]-- 'BRS 810' 77.00 3.11 0.10 'BRS 800' 57.16 2.74 0.24 'BRS 655' 60.20 2.52 0.16 'BRS Ponta Negra' 72.07 5.41 0.18 'BRS 610' 53.41 7.99 0.30 [CV.sup.2] (%) 14.20 65.92 40.37 Table 2--Average values of lactic acid (LA), acetic acid (AA), butyric acid (BA), propionic acid (PA), ammoniacal nitrogen in ratio total nitrogen and pH of silages from sorghum cultivars.
A pink, red or violet colouration in the ammoniacal phase indicated the presence of anthraquinone.
Removal of ammoniacal nitrogen (N-NH3) from municipal solid waste leachate by using activated carbon and limestone.
Previous flexural tests of laminated beams treated with ammoniacal copper zinc arsenate (ACZA) showed that treatment produced no significant negative effects on flexural properties or on glue-line shear strength, although the process was associated with some checking damage (Vaughn and Morrell 2012).
Group B of sampling stations characterized from b-mesosaprobic to Polisaprobic, based on the average values of phosphate (0.33 [+ or -] 0.24 mg.[L.sup.-1] [PO.sub.4]) and ammoniacal nitrogen (1.26 [+ or -] 1.26 mg.[L.sup.-1] N), respectively.
In the argyrophillic reaction (Grimelius technique), the silver salts in ammoniacal, aqueous or alcoholic solution bond to the cytoplasmic granules, being then reduced to silver metal by the exposure to an exogenous reducing substance.
The effect of ammoniacal nitrogen on lettuce (Lactuca sativa) and radish (Raphanus sativus) plants.