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capable of undergoing a chemical reaction with oxygen

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Four fractions were then determined by comparing the C concentrations obtained with increasing degrees of oxidation: fraction 1' ([F.sub.1]'), corresponding to the oxidizable SOC in a solution of 3mol [L.sup.-1]; fraction 1 ([F.sub.1]), determined by the difference between the SOC obtained in the solutions of 6 and 3mol [L.sup.-1]; fraction 2 ([F.sub.2]), obtained by the difference between SOC extracted in the solution of 9mol [L.sup.-1] and 6mol [L.sup.-1]; and fraction 3 ([F.sub.3]), which is the residual organic C between the reactions with the 12 and 9mol [L.sup.-1] solutions.
Bowman A, Oates A (2001) Oxidizable organic carbon fractions and soil quality changes in an oxic paleustaff under different pasture leys.
Although more feed was consumed, there was no increase in body weight, implying a decrease in feed efficiency (Table 1), which suggests a lower utilization of oxidizable substrates and could contribute to the hyperglycemia observed in the diabetic animals [44].
Concentration of the remaining Tl fractions, associated with reducible and oxidizable phases, is significantly higher in top soil from the city than that in the suburb.
Monitoring of laccase activity was performed on the seventh day using 2,22 -Azino-bis(3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonic acid) diammonium salt (Sigma-Aldrich [R]) ABTS as an oxidizable substrate and measuring at a wavelength ([lambda]) of 420 nm for 1 min.
(2009) observed that the conversion of forest to pasture in Acre state, Brazil, promoted a reduction in total organic carbon (TOC) and particulate organic carbon (POC), whereas the oxidizable carbon fractions (F2 and F4) were not altered.
Microbiological properties and oxidizable organic carbon fractions of an Oxisol under coffee with split phosphorus applications and irrigation regimes.
In soil samples the exchange soil reaction (pH/KCl) (i) and content of oxidizable carbon ([C.sub.OX], %) using volumetric method (ii) were determined.
A biological antioxidant is defined as "any substance that, when present at low concentrations compared to those of an oxidizable substrate, significantly delays or prevents oxidation of that substrate" [2].
The devices are fabricated with a layer of metal that is easily oxidizable, located near one electrode.
When the BOD/COD rate is higher than 0.6, there is indication of high levels of biochemically oxidizable organic matter, thus the biological process must be employed to treat the wastewater.
Along with an increase in maintenance of total phospholipids (TP) (P < 0.01), fractions of lysophosphatidylcholine (LPC), phosphatidylserine (PS), phosphatidylethanolamine (PEA) (P < 0.05) raise and the maintenance of fractions sphingomyelin (SPM) (P < 0.01), phosphatidylcholine (PC) (P < 0.01) decreases that lead to an increase in a value of the coefficient saying of a relation between easily oxidizable (PS, PEA) to difficult oxidizable (SPM, PC).
The presences of oxidizable and reducible species in these solutions enable to prepare a battery by their coupling.