sodium nitrate

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(NaNO3) used especially as a fertilizer and explosive

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After the confirmation of nitrogen fixing strains, cells (1 ug/ml chlorophyll-a) grown in nitrogen free media were shifted to the BG11 media supplemented with [15N]-labeled sodium nitrate (Cambridge Isotopes, Tewksbury, MA, USA, product number NLM-157) such that [15N] was the only available source of nitrogen in the medium.
Syncronyms in label is used as follows: LoSo = 0.2 mM sodium nitrate, HiSo = 2 mM sodium nitrate, LoAm = 0.2 mM ammonium chloride, HiAm = 2 mM ammonium chloride, Bis = 1.2 mM sodium bisulphite, Con = Control, using deionized water only.
The least dry mycelial weight of 13.47 mg and 11.87 mg was recorded in sodium nitrate and urea.
Methods: In this experiment Hematological and serobiochemical parameters as well as histopathological examination of liver and kidney were estimated in 5 assigned groups as follows the 1st group served as a control the 2nd group was orally received sodium nitrate 1gm/L drinking waterfor 8 weeks.
Why: Sodium nitrate and sodium nitrite are compounds added to processed meats such as bacon and ham to "cure'' them, boosting shelf life, improving flavor and adding color.
According to the manufacturer, Jonty Jacobs products do not contain chemicals or additives and are not cured using sodium nitrate.
Great ingredients like the sodium nitrate and sodium nitrite in the pancetta?
Among the assorted goods that will be auctioned off at MICP are 800 bags of Paradichlorobenzene, coated papers, animal feeds, truck cranes, vacuum pouches, sodium nitrate, and a Harley Davidson motorcycle.
According to the its official Facebook page, a pharmacist was caught with "a large amount of fast ignition fuses" and "a large amount of sodium nitrate", supposedly for use in making bombs.
To select the appropriate minerals, amino acids, carbon, and inorganic nitrogen source, in introductory step of optimization, four minerals (zinc sulphate, manganese sulphate, ferrous sulphate, and copper sulphate), four amino acids (L-histidine, L-glutamic acid, L-asparatic acid, and L-arginine), four carbon sources (sucrose, soluble starch, maltose, and glucose) and four inorganic nitrogen sources (sodium nitrate, ammonium nitrate, ammonium hypophoshate, and ammonium chloride) were evaluated (Figures 1-4).
A Sodium nitrate B Sodium chloride C Sodium sulphate D Sodium carbonate QUESTION 7 - for 7 points: Which jazz musician and band leader was married to singer Cleo Laine?
Chile also defeated Bolivia in the 1879-83 war over territory rich in sodium nitrate, which was in high demand in Europe at the time for use as a fertiliser.
Rat exposed to sodium nitrate in drinking water developed cyanosis and smooth muscle relaxation (National Toxicology program, 2001).
The department added sodium hydroxide and sodium nitrate to the tank in 2001 to stop the sludge from corroding the tank, and researchers found in a 2002 study that the sludge was within standards that should not produce corrosion.