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ash left when bones burn

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05) in blood plasma from birds fed diets containing MCP and DCP diets compared to those on bone ash.
Chicken Bone Ash was selected as a reinforcement material.
Since the aim of this study was to explore the efficacy of ELF-MF in the prevention of SCI-induced osteoporosis, we chose to determine BMC and BMD from the bone ash, which has the advantage of providing direct sensitive evidence of osteoporosis.
Well, in England during the 1750s someone somehow discovered that adding bone ash - burnt animal bones - to the porcelain mix before firing in the kiln produced a much more durable end product.
Using kaolin, calcium carbonate, bone ash and chalkboard paint placed directly on the surface of the wall, Benfer visually chronicled the use of the space by past artists.
Bone ash, the white residue that results from the calcination of cattle bones, is a flux that was originally used by Josiah Spode, an Englishman in the late 18th century, to improve soft-paste porcelain.
Phosphorus intake was used as independent variable, for references diets, and feed intake, for wheat, corn or sorghum diets, and tibia bone ash of 4 week old chicks as dependent variable.
These birds also had reduced bone ash, increased osteoclasia, a marked decrease in osteoblast activity, variable lengthening and shortening of the hypertrophic zone of the epiphyseal cartilage, decreased and disorganized formation of new bone, and a marked hypertrophy and hyperplasia of the parathyroid glands as compared to birds collected from the third colony.
Akristos, of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, is making eco-friendly bricks from the bone ash left behind when cattle carcasses are incinerated.
A Midland firm is making ecofriendly bricks from the bone ash left behind when cattle carcasses are incinerated.
The homogenization protocol (hereafter called digestion) was validated against National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST, Gaithersburg, MD) Standard Reference Materials (SRM) 1486 bone meal and SRM 1400 bone ash.