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Synonyms for chelate

a heterocyclic compound having a metal ion attached by coordinate bonds to at least two nonmetal ions

form a chelate, in chemistry

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relating to or characterized by chelation


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The report "Agricultural Chelates Market by Type (EDTA, EDDHA, DTPA, & IDHA), Application (Soil, Seed Dressing, Foliar Sprays, & Hydroponics), Crop Type, & by Region - Global trends & Forecast to 2020", The agricultural chelates market is projected to reach a value of USD 566.
01) dose dependent ability to chelate copper ions with 0,43 [+ or -] 0,03 at 7mg/ml compared to the control and the rest extracts (CLE, EALE and MLE) which presented a high stable absorbance, but this capacity still low compared to the standard chelator which gave a very significant (p [less than or equal to] 0.
The 1H-NMR spectra of the ligands and Zn(II) mixed ligand chelate of the formula [Zn(L1L2)(H2O)2] 6H2O showed signals in the range 2.
2000) found that the absorption rate of Fe in iron glycine chelate (Fe-Gly) was almost two times of that in FeSO4.
A small amount of methanol was added to the PMMA/complex solution to ensure the complete dissolution of chelate.
The results of the bathophenanthroline test confirm that phytic acid forms a chelate with iron, making it catalytically inactive (GRAF; EATON, 1985).
Among his topics are the history of nutritional chelates, the requirements for a nutritionally functional chelate, the absorption of amino acid chelates by active transport, the uptake of amino acid chelates into and out of the plasma, and the toxicity of amino acid chelates.
Specifically, this experiment was conducted to: (a) determine which time is suitable for harvest after chelate application at a specific growth stage; (b) determine which chelate or chelate combination was effective in enhancing shoot uptake of Cd by wheat when grown on a Cd-contaminated soil; and (c) determine which growth stage was best for wheat to attain a maximum translocation index [i.
Estimation of the Zn bioavailability of a Zn chelate relative to Zn sulfate based on tibia Zn and small intestinal metallothionein expression in 2010 International Poultry Scientific Forum, Atlanta, GA.
Collagen calcium chelate has been shown in experimental studies to support bone strength.
Recently, the active principle that initiates microstomal to macrostomal differentiation has been identified as an ferrous iron chelate of hypoxanthine (6 hydroxy-purine) and uracil (2,4-dioxyprymidine) (Smith-Somerville et al.
The capability to chelate the ferrous iron was calculated using the following equation:
Currently, the most widely used TRF-based immunoassay is the dissociation-enhanced, lanthanide-induced fluorescence immunoassay (6), in which nonfluorescent Eu(III) chelate is used as label and the amount of Eu(Ill) is measured through a dissociation and fluorescence enhancement step.
the new lychee-flavored beverage contains chelate compounds such as L-cystine, malic acid, methylsulfonylmethane and phytic acid, discharging poisonous metals from the body.
Strategy I plants utilize a combination of a ferric chelate reductase enzyme and a ferrous iron transporter to effectively take up iron, whereas Strategy II plants rely on the biosynthesis and secretion of phytosiderophores that chelate ferric iron in the rhizosphere and shuttle it back into the cells.