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  • Review DNA Barcoding and Chromatography Fingerprints

    Due to the widespread use of medicinal plants for the past decades tandem with the assurance of its quality safety and efficacy of medicinal plant the WHO has published monographs 32–35 for selected medicinal plants for references.Each volume of these monographs consists of different species of plant with their synonyms and vernacular names commonly used parts geographical location

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  • Impacts of climate change on key soil ecosystem services

     · Over the past two decades dryland ecosystems in Central Asia (CA) have been challenged by rapid and accelerated warming at approximately twice the mean warming rate of global land (Hu et al. 2014). Under intense climate changes the stability integrity and sustainability of soil ESs in CA have been affected by soil desertification ( Jiang

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  • Mechanism and Distribution of Calcareous Interbeds in

     · ging performance with bright white calcium tuberculosis or bright white calcium band. 4.1.2. Physical Characteristics There is a good negative correlation between the carbonate cement content and the actual porosity and permeability in the first member

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  • Isotopic investigations of Chinese ceramics SpringerLink

     · The concentrations of P 2 O 5 MgO and sometimes MnO have been used as indicators in trying to identify the source of calcium for a certain glaze recipe (Guo 2007).However due to the heterogeneous nature of plant ashes the contents of P 2 O 5 MgO and MnO hardly ever gave a clear answer to the question.On the other hand the three values normally associated with Sr isotopic

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  • Malaanis / Scoparia dulcis / sweet broom Philippine

     · The plant extract showed in vitro antilithiatic activity for kidney stones with great great potential to dissolve calcium oxalate crystals. ( 24 ) • Antiurolithiatic / Combination with Aerva lanata Study evaluated the potential of Scoparia dulcis and Aerva lanata in the management of urine volume in ethylene glycol induced urolithiatic male

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  • Biomineralization-inspired synthesis of functional organic

    Calcium carbonate (CaCO 3) is one of the most abundant inorganic compounds in biominerals. Mollusk shells exoskeletons of crustaceans coccolith of coccolithophores and egg shells consist of CaCO 3 . 2 Three different polymorphs calcite aragonite and vaterite are well-characterized in crystalline CaCO 3 .

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  • Uptake Translocation and Consequences of

     · Uptake Translocation and Consequences of Nanomaterials on Plant Growth and Stress Adaptation. Shahid Ali 1 Asif Mehmood 2 and Naeem Khan 3. 1College of Life Sciences Northeast Forestry University Harbin 150040 China. 2Institute of Biological Sciences Sarhad University of Science and Information Technology Peshawar 25000 Pakistan.

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  • CSIRO PUBLISHING Crop and Pasture Science

     · The Egyptian soil contains low organic matter and high calcium carbonate with a pH of 7.5–8.2 which reduces the availability of phosphorus (P) improve the efficiency of applying P fertilisers in alkaline soils. Therefore the aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of biochar (B) at 0 t ha–1 and 10 t ha–1 with different P fertiliser rates (i.e. 0 P 50 P 100 P and 150 P of the

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  • Review DNA Barcoding and Chromatography Fingerprints

    This technique was first coined by a Russian botanist Mikail Tswett in 1903 when he separated plant pigments such as chlorophyll and xanthophylls by passing their solution through a glass column packed with finely divided calcium carbonate . As the plant pigments are coloured the separation was named using two Greek words "Chrome" and

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  • Water and sediment chemistry of Lake Pumayum Co

     · A combination of water and sediment chemistry was used to investigate carbonate production and preservation in Lake Pumayum Co (altitude 5 030 m a.s.l.) south Tibet China. We compared the chemical composition of lake water in various parts of the lake with that of input rivers and found that the loss of Ca2 results from calcite sedimentation induced by evaporation and biogenic

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  • Antioxidant and cytoprotective activities of Piper betle

     · Betel quid chewing is a popular habit in Southeast Asia. It is believed that chewing betel quid could reduce stress strengthen teeth and maintain oral hygiene. The aim of this study was to investigate the antioxidant and cytoprotective activities of each of the ingredients of betel quid and compared with betel quid itself (with and without calcium hydroxide).

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  • Enhanced direct fermentation of to butanol by

     · Having demonstrated that CaCO 3 enhanced saccharification and following fermentation by culture BOH3 further experiments were conducted to understand whether it was the calcium (Ca 2 ) or carbonate (CO 3 2−) taking effects on starch hydrolysis and butanol production. Clostridium sp. strain BOH3 was grown on a amended medium supplemented with either a calcium source

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  • Increased yield and CO2 sequestration potential with the

     · Calcium carbonate e e e Weight derived from carbon analysis of unweathered basalt samples using a CN Analyser before and after treatment with 6 M HCl. Calcium carbonate in basalt was modelled as an equilibrium phase. b Calculated from mass of Mg in plant and soil exchangeable pools. CaCO 3 0.34 ± 0.07

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  • Enhanced direct fermentation of to butanol by

     · Having demonstrated that CaCO 3 enhanced saccharification and following fermentation by culture BOH3 further experiments were conducted to understand whether it was the calcium (Ca 2 ) or carbonate (CO 3 2−) taking effects on starch hydrolysis and butanol production. Clostridium sp. strain BOH3 was grown on a amended medium supplemented with either a calcium

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  • Donald DEPAOLO Class of 1951 Professor of

    The geological calcium cycle is linked to the geological carbon cycle through the weathering and burial of carbonate rocks. As a result calcium (Ca) isotope ratios

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  • Mechanism and Distribution of Calcareous Interbeds in

     · Based on core and casting slice observation well drilling and logging data the source of carbonate materials lithology together with electric properties types genesis mechanism and distribution of calcareous interbeds in Songtao uplift and its periphery of Qiongdongnan Basin have been thoroughly analyzed. Results show that typical features have been appeared from well logging curves

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  • A 1400-year terrigenous dust record on a coral island in

     · Because coral sands are mainly composed of calcium carbonate the concentration of Ca is up to 38 and Sr is 0.4–0.7 . Fe Ca P K Na Cd Cu and Zn are rich in the droppings.

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  • IJMS Free Full-Text Tannylated Calcium Carbonate

    Calcium carbonate (CaCO3)-based materials have received notable attention for biomedical applications owing to their safety and beneficial characteristics such as pH sensitivity carbon dioxide (CO2) gas generation and antacid properties. Herein to additionally incorporate antioxidant and anti-inflammatory functions we prepared tannylated CaCO3 (TA-CaCO3) materials using a simple reaction

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  • The potential of pharmacological activities of the multi

     · The prevalence of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) in the Western countries is relatively high ranging from 10 to 20 .The 2008 GERD prevalence in South Korea was 3.5–8.5 which is lower than that in the West 2 3 4 .However the recent prevalence in South Korea has been increasing due to the westernization of dietary lifestyle an increase in the obese population and rapid

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  • The δ13C δ18O and Δ47 records in biogenic pedogenic

    The δ 13 C and δ 18 O values of distinct land-snail species reflect the specifics in the diet of these organisms (i.e. ingested plants and to a lesser extent geogenic carbonate). δ 13 C values in shell carbonate depend mainly on the land-snail diet regime (Metref et al. Reference

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  • Fermented whey as natural descaling agent

     · The I corr for scaled and DI-treated coupons were lower than that of clean specimen which might be due to the blocking of the active regions of the mild steel surface hence calcium carbonate scale acting as corrosion inhibitor. Similar effect of plant extracts as corrosion inhibitors was reported by Al-Otaibi et al. (2014).

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  • Phosphorus fractions in the sediment of a tropical

     · Eutrophication level in lakes and reservoirs depends on both internal and external phosphorus (P) load. Characterization of sediment P fractionation and identifying the P pollution sources are important for assessing the bio-availability of P and the dominant P source for effectively controlling the water pollution. For determining the availability and sources of sediment P and eutrophication

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  • Direct Radiative Effect by Multicomponent Aerosol over

     · Clarke A. and et al. 2004 Size distributions and mixtures of dust and black carbon aerosol in Asian outflow Physiochemistry and optical properties. J. Geophys.

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  • Frontiers The Genome of Microthlaspi erraticum

     · Microthlaspi erraticum is widely distributed in temperate Eurasia but restricted to Ca2 -rich habitats predominantly on white Jurassic limestone which is made up by calcium carbonate with little other minerals. Thus naturally occurring Microthlaspi erraticum individuals are confronted with a high concentration of Ca2 ions while Mg2 ion concentration is relatively low.

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  • Abiotic carbonate dissolution traps carbon in a semiarid

     · Zhu L. S. Gao Y. Ren L. F. Isotope application in the study of relation between supply and discharge of groundwater in Yanchi of Ningxia. Ningxia

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    Hongli Zhu Fang Liu Xin Li Yajun An Xiaoyun Nan Long Du Fang Huang Weidong Sun Zhaofeng Zhang Significant δ44/40Ca variations between carbonate- and clay-rich marine sediments from the Lesser Antilles forearc and implications for mantle 276 239

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  • (PDF) Sequestration of inorganic carbon in soil and

    CATENA. Jannatul Ferdush. Varun Paul. Soil inorganic carbon (SIC) is the largest pool (≈950 Pg of soil carbonate 1404 Pg of bicarbonate in groundwater i.e. 1 Pg = 10¹⁵ g = 1 gigaton) of

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  • Fermented whey as natural descaling agent

     · 1. Introduction. Steel fouling and corrosion result in expensive process downtime and structural damage which account for 1–3 of the global GDP depending on the calculation methods and the database adopted (Bowman et al. 2016) organic fouling following normal operation of steel equipment (e.g. heaters and heat exchangers) decreases the thermal conductivity and the lumen of

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  • Fossil endocarps of Aralia (Araliaceae) from the upper

     · Abstract. Aralia stratosa H. Zhu Y.J. Huang et Z.K. Zhou sp. nov. is described based on fossil endocarps from the upper Pliocene of northwest Yunnan in southwest China. The endocarps are characterized by a semicircular to elliptic outline in the lateral view an apical beak-like structure bending towards the ventral side and a transversely wrinkled surface collectively indicating

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  • Crystallization of calcium sulfate dihydrate at different

    Xiao Wang Liushuan Yang Xinfeng Zhu Jiakuan Yang Preparation of calcium sulfate whiskers from FGD gypsum via hydrothermal crystallization in the H2SO4–NaCl–H2O system Particuology 10.1016/j.partic.2013.12.001 17 (42-48) (2014).

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  • Interpreting Precession‐Driven δ18O Variability in the

     · Speleothem records from the South Asian summer monsoon (SASM) region display variability in the ratio of 18 O and 16 O (δ 18 O) in calcium carbonate at orbital frequencies. The dominant mode of variability in many of these records reflects cycles of precession.

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  • Evaluation of foliar fungus‐mediated interactions with

    The invasive plant Ageratina adenophora (Sprengel) R. M. King and H. Robinson is a perennial herb of the Compositae family that is native to Central America. The spread of A. adenophora is considered to be a severe problem in more than 30 countries in Asia Africa Oceania Europe and North America (Datta et

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  • Intensified aridity in northern China during the middle

     · Calcium carbonate powders were converted to CO 2 by reaction with 103 H 3 PO 4 at 50 °C for 2 h before analysis. Stable oxygen isotope compositions were measured using a Gasbench II ( Spötl and Vennemann 2003 ) coupled to a Thermo Electron 253 mass spectrometer in the stable isotope laboratory at the University of Texas at Austin.

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  • Malaanis / Scoparia dulcis / sweet broom Philippine

     · Botany Mala-anis is an erect much branched smooth herbaceous or half-woody plant 25 to 80 centimeters in height. Leaves are opposite and whorled lanceolate to elliptic or oblanceolate 0.5 to 2 centimeters long pointed at both ends and narrowed below the short stalk and toothed in the margins.

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  • Stable carbon and oxygen isotopes of terra rossa in

     · This paper analyzed stable carbon and oxygen isotopic changes in organic matter (δ 13CSOM) and disseminated carbonate (δ 13CSC and δ 18OSC) in four terra rossa profiles in Gouzhou southwestern China. The objectives were to understand more information about climate change in this area and to determine whether the isotope values of disseminated carbonate in terra rossa preserved

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  • Nature-inspired materials Emerging trends and prospects

     · The term "nature-inspired" is associated with a sequence of efforts to understand synthesize and imitate any natural object or phenomenon either in a tangible or intangible form which allows

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  • A review of the characterization and revegetation of

     · The first Bayer plant was established in England during 1892 and from then on the aluminum industry grew rapidly (Gräfe and Klauber 2011).Due to the large volumes and inherent environmental risk disposal of bauxite residue has become a major concern for the sustainable development of the aluminum industry (Kumar et al. 2006). Conventional disposal

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  • Frontiers Mineralization Technology for Carbon Capture

     · The capacity of the plant is designed to match the quantity of reactive waste residues generated by an industrial plant (e.g. 6–7 000 t for cement plants and 10–12 000 t for energy from wastes) removing the need to transport the waste residues for treatment at a central site and also removing the need to purify the CO 2 for transport for

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  • Reduced carbon emission estimates from fossil fuel

     · A revised estimate of Chinese carbon emissions from fossil fuel burning and cement production is presented based on updated energy consumption

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  • Preparation of Calcium Fluoride using Phosphogypsum by

    The resource utilization of phosphogypsum is confronted with great challenge. Of all the different methods for phosphogypsum resource utilization using phosphocypsum to fabricate calcium fluoride (CaF 2 ) is an effective resource utilization method. In this work high-quality nano-calcium fluoride was successfully prepared in aqueous solution using calcined phosphogypsum by direct

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    ExportHub is a secure functional and reliable foreign B2B marketplace. Premium trading features product listings and buy offers for worldwide manufacturers suppliers.

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  • Biological Synthesis of Strontium Carbonate Crystals Using

     · The total biological synthesis of SrCO3 crystals of needlelike morphology arranged into higher order quasi-linear superstructures by challenging microorganisms such as fungi with aqueous Sr2 ions is described. We term this procedure "total biological synthesis" since the source of carbonate ions that react with aqueous Sr2 ions is the fungus itself.

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