from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Phosphatic: as, phosphated deposits.


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  • A 2007 study from scientists at Seoul National University in South Korea found that a mutation that causes Alzheimer's disease increased levels of the "phosphated" form of eIF2a in cultured cells, in mice and in human brains. Current News - Top Stories

  • Three P sources were applied at the following rates (kg P/ha): single superphosphate 10, 30, 60; and two rock phosphated from Brazil; Patos de Minas (total P, 10.7%): 50, 150, 300; and Arax

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  • You see, if the phosphate produces more clover, then more clover can be plowed under on that land; or, if the crops are fed, then more manure can be returned to the phosphated land than to the land not treated with phosphate and not producing so large crops.

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  • Only around 25 litres of etch prime is now used, mainly for priming stainless steel, which cannot be iron-phosphated.

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  • Costa-Mattioli's prize-winning work could be used to develop a memory-enhancing drug, one that mimics or increases amounts of un-phosphated eIF2a. Current News - Top Stories

  • The total value of the crops grown on the land not receiving phosphorus during the thirty-six years was $432.43 an acre, while on the phosphated land the crop values amounted to $662.82, an increase of $230.39 from an investment of $29.52, the turnips being figured at $1.40 a ton, barley at 50 cents a bushel, clover hay at $6 a ton, beans at $1.25 a bushel, wheat at 70 cents a bushel, and phosphorus at 12 cents a pound.

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