Phosphorus Metabolism Disorders: Disorders in the processing of phosphorus in the body: its absorption, transport, storage, and utilization.Phosphorus: A non-metal element that has the atomic symbol P, atomic number 15, and atomic weight 31. It is an essential element that takes part in a broad variety of biochemical reactions.Lipid Metabolism Disorders: Pathological conditions resulting from abnormal anabolism or catabolism of lipids in the body.Calcium Metabolism Disorders: Disorders in the processing of calcium in the body: its absorption, transport, storage, and utilization.Metabolic Diseases: Generic term for diseases caused by an abnormal metabolic process. It can be congenital due to inherited enzyme abnormality (METABOLISM, INBORN ERRORS) or acquired due to disease of an endocrine organ or failure of a metabolically important organ such as the liver. (Stedman, 26th ed)Parathyroid Hormone: A polypeptide hormone (84 amino acid residues) secreted by the PARATHYROID GLANDS which performs the essential role of maintaining intracellular CALCIUM levels in the body. Parathyroid hormone increases intracellular calcium by promoting the release of CALCIUM from BONE, increases the intestinal absorption of calcium, increases the renal tubular reabsorption of calcium, and increases the renal excretion of phosphates.Iron Metabolism Disorders: Disorders in the processing of iron in the body: its absorption, transport, storage, and utilization. (From Mosby's Medical, Nursing, & Allied Health Dictionary, 4th ed)Phosphates: Inorganic salts of phosphoric acid.Glucose Metabolism Disorders: Pathological conditions in which the BLOOD GLUCOSE cannot be maintained within the normal range, such as in HYPOGLYCEMIA and HYPERGLYCEMIA. Etiology of these disorders varies. Plasma glucose concentration is critical to survival for it is the predominant fuel for the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM.Calcium: A basic element found in nearly all organized tissues. It is a member of the alkaline earth family of metals with the atomic symbol Ca, atomic number 20, and atomic weight 40. Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body and combines with phosphorus to form calcium phosphate in the bones and teeth. It is essential for the normal functioning of nerves and muscles and plays a role in blood coagulation (as factor IV) and in many enzymatic processes.Phosphorus, Dietary: Phosphorus used in foods or obtained from food. This element is a major intracellular component which plays an important role in many biochemical pathways relating to normal physiological functions. High concentrations of dietary phosphorus can cause nephrocalcinosis which is associated with impaired kidney function. Low concentrations of dietary phosphorus cause an increase in calcitriol in the blood and osteoporosis.Phosphorus Compounds: Inorganic compounds that contain phosphorus as an integral part of the molecule.

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*  Zinc | Doctors Hospital
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*  The Effect of Oral Niacinamide on Plasma Phosphorus Levels in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients - Full Te
... xt View - ClinicalTrials.gov. The Effect of Oral Niacinamide on Plasma Phosphorus Levels in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients This study has been completed. Sponsor: Washington University School of Medicine Information provided by: Washington University School of Medicine. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT00508885 First received: July 26, 2007 Last updated: NA Last verified: July 2007 History: No changes posted. Our trial investigates the use of niacinamide, in addition to standard phosphorus lowering strategies, to reduce plasma phosphorus levels in peritoneal dialysis patients versus placebo. Drug: Niacinamide Drug: Placebo. Official Title: The Effect of Oral Niacinamide on Plasma Phosphorus Levels in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients. Further study details as provided by Washington University School of Medicine:. Primary Outcome Measures: The change in plasma phosphorus after 8 weeks of niacinamide versus placebo. Drug: Niacinamide Niacinamide 250 mg twice daily titrated up ...
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*  Increases of serum phosphorus concentration and duodenal, renal and femur alkaline phosphatase (EC 3
Increases of serum phosphorus concentration and duodenal, renal and femur alkaline phosphatase EC 3.1.3.1 activities of normal rats fed 2000 ppm aluminum diets. Document Detail. Increases of serum phosphorus concentration and duodenal, renal and femur alkaline phosphatase EC 3.1.3.1 activities of normal rats fed 2000 ppm aluminum diets. MedLine Citation:. PMID: 3388446 Owner: NLM Status: MEDLINE. These diets differed with regard to Ca concentration, and carbohydrate or protein sources which were expected to modify intestinal Ca absorption. Weanling Wistar rats were fed these diets for 67 days with the addition of Al at a concentration of 2000 ppm. Al treatments had no effects on increases of body weight. The Al treatments significantly increased duodenum alkaline phosphatase ALPase activity and serum phosphorus concentration in all of the dietary groups. There were no significant increases in serum Al concentration but bone and kidney ALPase activities were also observed. Effects of Al ...
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*  Phosphorus Binders (Phosphate Binders)and the Dialysis Diet - Managing High Phosphorus Foods - DaVit
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*  Phosphorus deficiency
... is a plant disorder associated with insufficient supply of phosphorus phosphorus refers here to salts of phosphate s po monohydrogen phosphate hpo and dihydrogen phosphate h po these anion s readily interconvert and the predominant species is determined by the ph of the solution or soil phosphates are required for the biosynthesis of genetic material as well as atp essential for life phosphorus deficiency can be controlled by applying sources of phosphorus based fertilizers such a superphosphate heinrich w scherer fertilizers in ullmann s encyclopedia of industrial chemistry wiley vch weinheim thumb right phosphorus deficiency on corn occurrence phosphorus deficiency is most common in areas of high rainfall especially on acid clay or poor chalk soil s cold weather can cause a temporary deficiency all plants may be affected although this is an uncommon disorder particularly susceptible are carrot s lettuce spinach apple s currant s and gooseberries symptoms ...
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*  Phosphorus Content of Foods
... Cheeses Meat, Poultry, Fish and Mixtures. Egg Substitutes Dry Beans, Peas, Other Legumes, Nuts and Seeds. Seeds and Seed Mixtures Grain Products. Other Cereals Fruits. Dried Fruits. White Potatoes and Starchy Vegetables. Milk, cow's, fluid, whole 91 60. Milk, cow's, fluid, whole, low-sodium 86 61. Milk, calcium fortified, cow's, fluid, whole 91 60. Milk, calcium fortified, cow's, fluid, 1% fat 95 42. Milk, calcium fortified, cow's, fluid, skim or nonfat 101 35. Milk, cow's, fluid, other than whole lowfat 96 44. Milk, cow's, fluid, 2% fat 94 50. Milk, cow's, fluid, acidophilus, 1% fat 95 42. Milk, cow's, fluid, 1% fat 95 42. Milk, cow's, fluid, skim or nonfat, 0.5% or less butterfat 101 34. This phosphorus content of foods database contains approximately 7,000 most common food items. Phosphorus works with the B vitamins. Phosphorus and Hemodialysis Phosphorus is found in many foods. Also, too much phosphorus may make your skin ...
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*  Managing high phosphorus soils | Dairy Herd Management
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*  Effects of magnesium on phosphorus chemical states and p-type conduction behavior of phosphorus-dope
... d ZnO films. The Journal of Chemical Physics. AIP Publishing AVS: Science Technology of Materials, Interfaces, and Processing Acoustical Society of America American Association of Physicists in Medicine American Association of Physics Teachers American Crystallographic Association, Inc. The Journal of Chemical Physics. Effects of magnesium on phosphorus chemical states and p -type conduction behavior of phosphorus-doped ZnO films. Scitation Author Page. PubMed. Google Scholar. 138, 034704 2013 ; http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4775840. Abstract Effects of magnesium on phosphorus chemical states and p -type conduction behavior of phosphorus-doped ZnO ZnO:P films were investigated by combining experiment with first-principles calculation. [Manufacture or treatment of semiconductor devices or of parts thereof, Manufacture or treatment of semiconductor devices or of parts thereof]. [Manufacture or treatment of devices consisting of a plurality of solid state components or integrated ...
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*  Effect of associating anions on phosphorus retention in soil - Springer
... Search Options. Advanced Search. Search Help. Search Menu. Sign up / Log in English. Deutsch. Academic edition. Corporate edition. Skip to: Main content Side column. Home. Contact Us. Look Inside. Get Access. Find out how to access preview-only content. Article. Plant and Soil April 1967, Volume 26, Issue 2, pp 303-316 First online:. Effect of associating anions on phosphorus retention in soil I. Under variable phosphorus concentration. D L Deb. Affiliated with Division of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Indian Agricultural Research Institute., N. P Datta. Affiliated with Division of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Indian Agricultural Research Institute. . Rent the article at a discount Rent now. * Final gross prices may vary according to local VAT. Get Access. Summary The results of the present investigation reveal that the presence of anions in the reacting medium greatly modify the reactions between soil and solution P. Associating anions reduce considerably the ...
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*  phosphorus deficiency | medical disorder | Britannica.com
. phosphorus deficiency. medical disorder. Britannica.com. Shop. School and Library Subscribers. JOIN. LOGIN. Activate Your Free Trial. Stories. quizzes. galleries. lists. Phosphorus deficiency. Medical disorder. Read. View History. Edit. Feedback. Phosphorus deficiency, condition in which. phosphorus is insufficient or is not utilized properly. Phosphorus is a mineral that is vitally important to the normal metabolism of numerous compounds and in solution an acid that, with sulfur, must be neutralized by the base-forming ions of sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. About 70 percent of retained phosphorus combines with calcium in bone and tooth structure, while nitrogen combines with most of the remaining 30 percent to metabolize fats and carbohydrates. Phosphorus is the principal element in the structure of the nucleus and cytoplasm of all tissue cells. It is also a universally distributed component of skeletal, nerve, and muscle tissues. A ...
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*  WRRCTMR No.5 Report on Phosphorus Determination on Some Waimanalo Sea Water Samples
... My ScholarSpace. Search. By Subject. Communities Collections. Contact. UH System. UHM Library. Hamilton Library Homepage. Research Tools. Personal Services. About the Library. ScholarSpace Home → Water Resources Research Center → WRRC Technical Memorandum Reports → View Item. JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Show simple item record.  Item Description. dc.contributor.author. en US. dc.date.accessioned. dc.date.available. dc.date.issued. en US. dc.identifier.citation. Report on phosphorus determination on some Waimanalo sea water samples. Honolulu HI : Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC technical memorandum report, 5. en US. dc.identifier.uri. dc.description.abstract. Waimanalo sea water samples were collected and the samples were analyzed for phosphorus. Analyses were performed on samples collected on two occasions: April 19 and April 27, 1966. The methods of analysis and experimental ...
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*  Effect of phosphorus concentration on the atomic distribution function of amorphous Pd-Ni-P alloys
... - CaltechAUTHORS. CaltechAUTHORS A Caltech Library Service Home. Simple Search. Advanced Search. Simple Deposit. Advanced Deposit. Effect of phosphorus concentration on the atomic distribution function of amorphous Pd-Ni-P alloys. Dixmier, Jean and Duwez, Pol 1973 Effect of phosphorus concentration on the atomic distribution function of amorphous Pd-Ni-P alloys. Journal of Applied Physics, 44 3. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20120814-112428926. PDF - Published Version See Usage Policy. Use this Persistent URL to link to this item: http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20120814-112428926 Abstract The effect of the phosphorus concentration on the atomic distribution function in amorphous alloys Pd 50 -Ni 50 100−x P x in which x varies from 15 to 27.5 was investigated. The intensity of the first peak of the interference function decreases with increasing phosphorus content. The second peak has a definite shoulder on the right side for alloys low in ...
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*  Enhanced biological phosphorus removal
... ebpr is a sewage treatment configuration applied to activated sludge systems for the removal of phosphate the common element in ebpr implementations is the presence of an anaerobic tank nitrate and oxygen are absent prior to the aeration tank under these conditions a group of heterotroph ic bacteria called polyphosphate accumulating organisms pao are selectively enriched in the bacterial community within the activated sludge these bacteria accumulate large quantities of polyphosphate within their cell s and the removal of phosphorus is said to be enhanced generally speaking all bacteria contain a fraction of phosphorus in their biomass due to its presence in cellular components such as membrane phospholipid s and dna therefore as bacteria in a wastewater treatment plant consume nutrients in the wastewater they grow and phosphorus is incorporated into the bacterial biomass when paos grow they not only consume phosphorus for cellar components but also accumulate large ...
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*  ARS | Publication request: MEETING PHOSPHORUS REQUIREMENTS OF RUMINANTS IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPON
ARS. Publication request: MEETING PHOSPHORUS REQUIREMENTS OF RUMINANTS IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE WAY ARS : Research. ARS Home. About ARS. Search for This. National Programs. Scientific Manuscripts. International Programs. People Locations. Find an office at headquarters. Careers. Careers at ARS Info. Site Map. DAIRY FORAGE RESEARCH CENTER / Research / Publication #142924. Related Topics Programs and Projects. ARS National Programs. ARS Office of International Research Programs. ARS Office of International Research Programs Regional Contacts. ARS International Research Partnerships. Title: MEETING PHOSPHORUS REQUIREMENTS OF RUMINANTS IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE WAY Author. Submitted to: Meeting Abstract Publication Type: Proceedings Publication Acceptance Date: September 18, 2002 Publication Date: N/A. One way to reduce phosphorus content of manure is to feed phosphorus to meet the animal's requirement, thus eliminating excess excretion from excess feeding. Excess ...
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*  Atmospheric phosphorus deposition may cause lakes to revert from phosphorus limitation back to nitro
... gen limitation. BioMedSearch. Advanced Search. Search Tutorial. Create Free Account. Document Detail. Atmospheric phosphorus deposition may cause lakes to revert from phosphorus limitation back to nitrogen limitation. MedLine Citation:. PMID: 23047676 Owner: NLM Status: In-Data-Review. Abstract/OtherAbstract:. Recent findings indicate that increased atmospheric deposition of nitrogen of human origin has caused changes in the pattern of ecological nutrient limitation in lakes in the northern hemisphere. An increase in the nitrogen to phosphorus ratio, and hence a shift from pristine nitrogen limitation to human-induced phosphorus limitation of phytoplankton growth, seems to have been driven by deposition of atmospheric nitrogen. These findings challenge the classical paradigm of lake phytoplankton productivity being naturally limited by phosphorus availability. However, atmospheric phosphorus deposition may also be highly relevant. Here we show how dissolved ...
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*  The influence of high-flow events on phosphorus delivery to Loch Leven, Scotland, UK - NERC Open R
... esearch Archive. nerc.ac.uk. Help. Contact us. Home. About. Browse. Search. Statistics. NERC Staff Login. The influence of high-flow events on phosphorus delivery to Loch Leven, Scotland, UK. Tools Tools Tools. RDF+XML BibTeX RDF+N-Triples JSON RefWorks Dublin Core Simple Metadata Refer METS Simple Metadata iShare HTML Citation ASCII Citation OpenURL ContextObject EndNote Dublin Core iShare OpenURL ContextObject in Span MODS MPEG-21 DIDL EP3 XML Reference Manager RDF+N3 Multiline CSV. Defew, L. H 2008 The influence of high-flow events on phosphorus delivery to Loch Leven, Scotland, UK. University of Edinburgh, School of Geosciences, PhD Thesis, 276pp. Full text not available from this repository. Request a copy. Item Type: Publication - Thesis PhD. Programmes:. CEH Programmes pre-2009 publications Water. CEH Sections: Watt. Additional Information. Not used in RCUK Gateway to Research.: Funded by NERC Studentship NER/S/A/2004/12081 and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency Diffuse ...
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*  Water quality, hydrology, and the effects of changes in phosphorus loading to Pike Lake, Washington
... County, Wisconsin, with special emphasis on inlet-to-outlet short-circuiting. Browse all of Pubs Warehouse by Publication type and year. Descriptions of US Geological Survey Report Series. Browse all of Pubs Warehouse by Publication type and year. Descriptions of US Geological Survey Report Series. Water quality, hydrology, and the effects of changes in phosphorus loading to Pike Lake, Washington County, Wisconsin, with special emphasis on inlet-to-outlet short-circuiting Scientific Investigations Report 2004-5141 By:. Geological Survey from 1998 to 2000 to describe the water quality and hydrology of the lake, quantify sources of phosphorus including the effects of short-circuiting of inflows, and determine how changes in phosphorus loading should affect the water quality of the lake. It is estimated that 77 percent of phosphorus from the Rubicon River in monitoring year 1999 and 65 percent in monitoring year 2000 was short-circuited to the outlet without entering the main ...
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*  Phosphorus | Winchester Hospital
Phosphorus. Winchester Hospital. Our Services. View All View All View All. View All View All. Wellness Fitness Programs. View All. View All View All. View All. Awards & Recognition We re the most recognized community hospital in the state and it s our people who make us great. See hospital and staff awards. Exceptional Nurses Winchester Hospital was the first community hospital in the state to achieve Magnet designation, recognition for nursing excellence. Supporting Our Community Our tremendous staff gives back to our community by coordinating free health screenings, educational programs, and food drives. Health Library. Health Library. About 85% of phosphorus in the body exists in bone. Recommended Intake Age Group Recommended Dietary Allowance mg/day 0-6 months No RDA; Adequate Intake AI = 100. 1-3 years 460. 4-8 years 500. 9-18 years 1,250. 19 years and older 700. Pregnancy and lactation, 18 years and younger 1,250. Pregnancy and lactation, 19 years and older 700. Phosphorus ...
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*  Phosphorus
... YODELOUT. Simple Health Remedies. Home. Vitamins And Minerals Phosphorus Phosphorus. The abundant supply of phosphorus in foods almost precludes the possibility of dietary deficiency occurring in man. The daily allowance should probably be about equal to that of calcium for children and for women during pregnancy, perhaps 1.5 times that of calcium for other adults 4a. Phosphorus is distributed in the body as follows: about 80 per cent in bones and teeth, 10 per cent in combination with proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and other organic compounds in muscles, and the remainder throughout the body in organic combination 63. The deposition and release of phosphorus from bones is de-pendent on the same mechanisms that affect calcium. Phosphorus has a vital role in many metabolic processes; phosphorus compounds are essential in fat and carbohydrate metabolism and are involved in muscle contraction and in energy transfer systems. Phosphorylation is ...
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*  Phys.org - phosphorus(... continued page 2)
Phys.org - phosphorus ... Home phosphorus. News tagged with phosphorus. 1 week. 1 week. 1 week. Jan 16, 2015 in Environment. Research team finds a way to produce black phosphorus in bulk. Phys.org —A team of researchers working at Trinity College in Ireland has found a way to produce black phosphorus in bulk, theoretically paving the way for its use in real applications. Global redistribution of phosphorus use could improve food security. Biology trumps chemistry in open ocean. Nov 24, 2014 in Earth Sciences. Lake Erie increasingly susceptible to large cyanobacteria blooms. Lake Erie has become increasingly susceptible to large blooms of toxin-producing cyanobacteria since 2002, potentially complicating efforts to rein in the problem in the wake of this year's Toledo drinking water crisis, according ... Phys.org —What holds white, black, and red phosphorus together—and prevents it from falling apart, for example into much-sought-after atomically thin networks ...
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*  Controls on the phosphorus content of fine stream bed sediments in agricultural headwater catchment
... s at the landscape-scale - NERC Open Research Archive. Controls on the phosphorus content of fine stream bed sediments in agricultural headwater catchments at the landscape-scale. Tools Tools Tools. RDF+XML BibTeX RDF+N-Triples JSON RefWorks Dublin Core Simple Metadata Refer METS Simple Metadata iShare HTML Citation ASCII Citation OpenURL ContextObject EndNote Dublin Core iShare OpenURL ContextObject in Span MODS MPEG-21 DIDL EP3 XML Reference Manager RDF+N3 Multiline CSV. 2011 Controls on the phosphorus content of fine stream bed sediments in agricultural headwater catchments at the landscape-scale. Abstract/Summary There have been no landscape-scale assessments which quantify the relative importance of the organic and mineral properties of BS bed sediment and associated catchment characteristics geology, land cover and mean topsoil phosphorus P content for BSP concentration. Mid infra red diffuse reflectance spectrometry was applied to estimate the quantities of organic matter, ...
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*  The influence of concentration and ratio of nitrogen and phosphorus in the rooting medium upon nitro
... gen and phosphorus in the leaves of the Anjou pear tree. mirage The influence of concentration and ratio of nitrogen and phosphorus in the rooting medium upon nitrogen and phosphorus in the leaves of the Anjou pear tree. SA@OSU Home → Electronic Theses and Dissertations → Electronic Theses and Dissertations → View Item. The influence of concentration and ratio of nitrogen and phosphorus in the rooting medium upon nitrogen and phosphorus in the leaves of the Anjou pear tree. Description: The influence of concentration and ratio of nitrogen and phosphorus in the rooting medium upon nitrogen and phosphorus in the leaves of the Anjou pear tree.pdf. Since other factors affect the absorption of the nutrient elements in the field experiments, an experiment for the application of varied nutrient solutions on one year old Anjou pear trees, grown in sand culture, was undertaken. The purpose was to try to determine the influence that the ...
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*  A re-assessment of phosphorus loadings to Loch Leven, Kinross-shire and their implications for eutr
a re assessment of phosphorus loadings to loch leven kinross shire and their implications for eutrophication control by phosphorus removal nerc open research archive nerc ac uk help contact us home about browse search statistics nerc staff login a re assessment of phosphorus loadings to loch leven kinross shire and their implications for eutrophication control by phosphorus removal tools tools tools rdf xml bibtex rdf n triples json refworks dublin core simple metadata refer mets simple metadata ishare html citation ascii citation openurl contextobject endnote dublin core ishare openurl contextobject in span mods mpeg didl ep xml reference manager rdf n multiline csv bailey watts a e a re assessment of phosphorus loadings to loch leven kinross shire and their implications for eutrophication control by phosphorus removal ite unspecified unpublished before downloading please read nora policies preview text leven bw pdf download kb item type publication report ...
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*  DEC proposes limits on phosphorus discharges for Chautauqua Lake - News and information on Westfield
... and Mayville, NY - Westfield Republican. Mobile: mobile.westfieldrepublican.com Sign In. Local News. New York News. / News / Local News /. DEC proposes limits on phosphorus discharges for Chautauqua Lake December 5, 2012 Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News Save. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation DEC submitted its proposal for limiting the amount of phosphorus discharged into Chautauqua Lake to the U.S. The proposed limits to foster compliance with water quality standards, known as a Total Maximum Daily Load TMDL, are required under the federal Clean Water Act. This TMDL provides a specific program to improve the lake's water quality." Since 2004, DEC has identified Chautauqua Lake as a waterbody not meeting water quality standards and needing a TMDL to bring it into compliance. DEC prepared the TMDL and submitted it to EPA for its approval. A TMDL specifies the maximum amount of a pollutant that a waterbody can receive and still meet water quality ...
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*  Phosphorus tribromide
... {{chembox Watchedfields = changed verifiedrevid = 451352659 Name = Phosphorus tribromide ImageFile = Phosphorus-tribromide-2D-dimensions.png. ImageName = Phosphorus tribromide ImageFile1 = Phosphorus-tribromide-3D-vdW.png. ImageName1 = Phosphorus tribromide ImageFile2 = PBr3.jpg. ImageName2 = Phosphorus tribromide IUPACName = Phosphorus tribromide OtherNames = phosphorus III bromide, phosphorous bromide, tribromophosphine Section1={{Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 7789-60-8 CASNo Ref =. PubChem = 24614 ChemSpiderID Ref = {{chemspidercite|correct|chemspider}} ChemSpiderID = 23016 SMILES = BrP Br Br StdInChI Ref = {{stdinchicite|correct|chemspider}} StdInChI =1S/Br3P/c1-4 2 3 StdInChIKey Ref = stdinchicite|correct|chemspider StdInChIKey = IPNPIHIZVLFAFP-UHFFFAOYSA-N RTECS = TH4460000 EINECS = 232-178-2 }} Section2={{Chembox Properties Formula = PBr 3 MolarMass = 270.69 g/mol Appearance = clear, colourless liquid Density = 2.852 g/cm 3. NFPA-H = 3 NFPA-F ...
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*  Kidney-Healthy Recipes | Kidney Diet | Northwest Kidney Centers
Northwest Kidney Centers. Living With Kidney Disease. Traveling on Dialysis. Research Opportunities Treatment Options. Dialysis at Home. Kidney Transplant. Treatment Without Dialysis About Kidney Disease. What is Kidney Disease. Preventing Kidney Disease. Development Staff News. Northwest Kidney Centers. Living With Kidney Disease. Traveling on Dialysis. Research Opportunities Treatment Options. Dialysis at Home. Kidney Transplant. Treatment Without Dialysis About Kidney Disease. What is Kidney Disease. Preventing Kidney Disease. Development Staff News. Meal/Cuisine All Appetizers Beverages Breads Breakfast Desserts Dinner Entrees Ethnic Holidays Lunch Salads Sauces Seasonings Side Dishes Snacks Soups Vegetarian Apply Diet Low Phosphorus Low Potassium High Potassium Low Protein High Protein Diabetic Low Sodium Apply. Apple Bran Muffins Breakfast, Low Phosphorus, Low Potassium, High Protein, Low Sodium. Apple Filled Crepes Breakfast, Desserts, Low Potassium, High Protein, Low Sodium. Apple Rice ...
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*  Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater | 978-0-8155-1250-9 | Elsevier
Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater. 978-0-8155-1250-9. Elsevier. Skip to content Feedback Menu. REST MAGIC. Products - Book. Info/Buy. Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater By Robert P.G. Bowker H. David Haber A guide to selecting the proper phosphorus removal strategy in wastewater treatment. View full description. Audience Sewage treatment facilities, municipal and industrial. Book information Published: December 1990 Imprint: WILLIAM ANDREW ISBN: 978-0-8155-1250-9. Table of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Purpose 1.2 Scope 1.3 Using the Manual 1.4 Reference2. Selecting A Phosphorus Removal Strategy 2.1 Description of Approach 2.2 Information and Monitoring Data Required 2.3 Possible Phosphorus Removal Alternatives 2.4 Phosphorus Removal System Selection Strategy3. Phosphorus Removal By Biological Processes 3.1 Introduction and Theory 3.2 Applications 3.3 Performance 3.4 Equipment Requirements 3.5 Design Methodology 3.6 Process Modifications to Improve ...
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*  COMPARISON OF CHEMICALS TO ACHIEVE LOW PHOSPHORUS LIMITS: ingentaconnect
... Browse by. Article title, keywords or abstract Article title Publication title Author. Advanced Search. Browse by: Publication Publisher Subject. ingentaconnect OpenURL DOI. Receive new issue alert Latest TOC RSS Feed Recent Issues RSS Feed. Home / Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation, WEFTEC 2001: Session 41 through Session 50. COMPARISON OF CHEMICALS TO ACHIEVE LOW PHOSPHORUS LIMITS. Source: Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation, WEFTEC 2001: Session 41 through Session 50, pp. 133-159 27 Publisher: Water Environment Federation. Buy Article:. sign up for a free trial. previous article view table of contents next article. Free trial available. The City's consultant conducted bench-scale testing to compare five alternative chemicals for phosphorus removal. The consultant also reviewed the literature for treatment processes capable of achieving the proposed total phosphorus limit. From the processes identified, the City selected five for conceptual evaluation. ...
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*  Investigating periphyton biofilm response to changing phosphorus concentrations in UK rivers using
... within-river flumes - NERC Open Research Archive. nerc.ac.uk. NERC Staff Login. Investigating periphyton biofilm response to changing phosphorus concentrations in UK rivers using within-river flumes. Tools Tools Tools. RDF+XML BibTeX RDF+N-Triples JSON RefWorks Dublin Core Simple Metadata Refer METS Simple Metadata iShare HTML Citation ASCII Citation OpenURL ContextObject EndNote Dublin Core iShare OpenURL ContextObject in Span MODS MPEG-21 DIDL EP3 XML Reference Manager RDF+N3 Multiline CSV. 2010 Investigating periphyton biofilm response to changing phosphorus concentrations in UK rivers using within-river flumes. Official URL: http://www.ceg.ncl.ac.uk/bhs2010/ Abstract/Summary The excessive growth of benthic algal biofilms in UK rivers is a widespread problem, resulting in loss of plant communities and wider ecological damage. Elevated nutrient concentrations particularly phosphorus are often implicated, as P is usually considered the limiting nutrient in most rivers. ...
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*  Library: Phosphorus recovery & reuse | Global Phosphorus Network
Library: Phosphorus recovery reuse. Global Phosphorus Network. Global Phosphorus Network. Fostering public debate on sustainable phosphorus use for global food security Global Phosphorus Research Initiative. Library: Phosphorus recovery reuse. For information on technical projects and papers relating to phosphorus recovery from wastewater, see the Phosphorus Recovery website: http://www.phosphorus-recovery.tu-darmstadt.de/ IFA. International Fertilizer Industry Association and United Nations Environment Programme, by K.F. IWAR TU-Darmstadt,. Phosphorus Recovery website. Why Recover Phosphorus for Recycling, and How. J G Stockner K I Ashley. Proceedings Ramiran Conference, September 2010. Potential Phosphorus Recovery by Struvite Formation. International Conference on Nutrient Recovery from Wastewater Streams. Edited by Ken Ashley, Don Mavinic and Fred Koch. ISBN: 9781843392323. Published by IWA Publishing, London, UK. ...
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*  Milorganite | Non-leaching Phosphorus
Non-leaching Phosphorus. Using Milorganite. Why Use Milorganite. What is Milorganite. Organic Lawn Care. Non-leaching Phosphorus. Lawn Care. Tools and Resources. Home Page Using Milorganite Non-leaching Phosphorus. Why Use Milorganite. What is Milorganite. Organic Lawn Care. Non-leaching Phosphorus. Lawn Care. Tools and Resources. Non-leaching Phosphorus. Quick Tips University of Florida stuides have demonstrated that the P in Milorganite is both plant available, and subject to much less leaching than P in triple super phosphate TSP, a common P source in mineral fertilizers. While Phosphorus P in run-off contributes to algae growth in lakes and streams, Milorganite has been exempt from numerous state P bans because it is considerably less likely to leach than chemical or synthetic fertilizers. Phosphorus plays an important role in the photosynthesis process; essentially it helps the plant breathe. Phosphorus aids in energy transfer and storage and helps ...
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*  ARS | Publication request: Comparison of soil phosphorus status and organic matter composition in po
ARS. Publication request: Comparison of soil phosphorus status and organic matter composition in potato fields with different crop rotation systems ARS : Research. Page Banner. United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. ARS Home. About ARS. Contact Us. Search for This. Research. Research Home. National Programs. Research Projects. Scientific Manuscripts. International Programs. Trending Research Topics. Scientific Software/Models. Databases & Datasets. Scientific Collaborations. People Locations. Find a person. Find a location. Find an office at headquarters. Organizational chart. Administrator’s Council. Newsroom. News Home. Latest News. Magazine. Photos. Subscription Lists. Briefing Room. Podcasts. Events. Press Room. Video. Careers. ARS Vacancies at USAJOBS. Careers at ARS Info. Post Doctoral Positions. . Site Map. A-Z Index. Help. . You are here: NORTH ATLANTIC AREA Home / NEW ENGLAND PLANT, SOIL AND WATER RESEARCH LABORATORY / Research / Publication #268369. Related ...
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*  Phosphorus cycle
... On the land, phosphorus chemical symbol, P gradually becomes less available to plants over thousands of years, because it is slowly lost in runoff. Low concentration of P in soils reduces plant growth, and slows soil microbial growth - as shown in studies of soil microbial biomass. Over enrichment of phosphate in both fresh and inshore marine waters can lead to massive algae blooms which, when they die and decay, leads to eutrophication of fresh waters only. Phosphates move quickly through plants and animals; however, the processes that move them through the soil or ocean are very slow, making the phosphorus cycle overall one of the slowest biogeochemical cycles. Unlike other cycles, P cannot be found in the air as a gas; it only occurs under highly reducing conditions as the gas phosphine PH 3. Phosphates move quickly through plants and animals; however, the processes that move them through the soil or ocean are very slow, making the phosphorus cycle overall one of the slowest ...
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*  Phosphorus pentasulfide
... {{chembox Watchedfields = changed verifiedrevid = 451573035 Name = Phosphorus decasulfide ImageFile = Phosphorus-pentasulfide-2D-dimensions.png. ImageName = Phosphorus decasulfide ImageFile1 = Phosphorus-pentasulfide-3D-balls.png. ImageName1 = Phosphorus decasulfide OtherNames = phosphorus sulfide sulfur phosphide phosphorus persulfide diphosphorus pentasulfide tetraphosphorus decasulfide phosphorus decasulfide Section1={{Chembox Identifiers CASNo Ref =. CASNo = 1314-80-3 PubChem = 14817 RTECS = TH4375000 }} Section2={{Chembox Properties Formula = P 4 S 10 MolarMass = 444.555 g mol Appearance = greenish-gray to yellow solid Odor = rotten eggs Density = 2.09 g/cm 3 Solubility = hydrolyses Solvent = other solvents SolubleOther = 0.222 g / 100g CS 2 at 17 °C Insoluble in C 6 H 6 Insoluble in hot xylene Insoluble in hot anisole. 2 PointGroup = T d }} Section7={{Chembox Hazards EUClass = IDLH = 250 mg/m 3 {{PGCH|0510}} LD50 = 389 mg/kg ...
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*  Phosphorus pentachloride
... {{Chembox Verifiedfields = changed Watchedfields = changed verifiedrevid = 455252348 Name = Phosphorus pentachloride ImageFile = Phosphorus-pentachloride-2D-dimensions.png ImageSize = 100px ImageName = Phosphorus pentachloride gas phase structure. ImageFileL1 = Phosphorus-pentachloride-3D-balls.png ImageSizeL1 = 100px ImageNameL1 = Phosphorus pentachloride ImageFileR1 = Phosphorus-pentachloride-3D-vdW.png ImageSizeR1 = 100px ImageFile2 = Phosphorus pentachloride ampoule.jpg IUPACName = Phosphorus pentachloride Phosphorus V chloride OtherNames = Pentachlorophosphorane Section1={{Chembox Identifiers SMILES = ClP Cl Cl Cl Cl ChemSpiderID Ref =. ChemSpiderID = 23204 InChI = 1/Cl5P/c1-6 2,3,4 5 InChIKey = UHZYTMXLRWXGPK-UHFFFAOYAP StdInChI Ref = {{stdinchicite|changed|chemspider}} StdInChI = 1S/Cl5P/c1-6 2,3,4 5 StdInChIKey Ref = {{stdinchicite|changed|chemspider}} StdInChIKey = UHZYTMXLRWXGPK-UHFFFAOYSA-N. }} Section3={{Chembox Structure ...
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*  Periphyton biomass response to changing phosphorus concentrations in a nutrient impacted river:a ne
... w methodology for phosphorus target setting - NERC Open Research Archive. nerc.ac.uk. Help. Contact us. Home. About. Browse. Search. Statistics. NERC Staff Login. Periphyton biomass response to changing phosphorus concentrations in a nutrient impacted river:a new methodology for phosphorus target setting. Tools Tools Tools. RDF+XML BibTeX RDF+N-Triples JSON RefWorks Dublin Core Simple Metadata Refer METS Simple Metadata iShare HTML Citation ASCII Citation OpenURL ContextObject EndNote Dublin Core iShare OpenURL ContextObject in Span MODS MPEG-21 DIDL EP3 XML Reference Manager RDF+N3 Multiline CSV. Bowes, Michael J. ; Smith, Jim T. ; Hilton, John ; Sturt, Michael M. ; Armitage, Patrick D. 2007 Periphyton biomass response to changing phosphorus concentrations in a nutrient impacted river:a new methodology for phosphorus target setting. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 64. 227-238. 10.1139/F06-180. Full text not available from this repository. Official ...
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*  2004 Swine Research Review | [primary-term] content from National Hog Farmer
2004 Swine Research Review. content from National Hog Farmer. . ' } //-->. About Us Contact Us Subscribe Advertise Briefing Room RSS. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content. National Hog Farmer. Search:. Register Log In. Display name or email address: *. Password: *. Remember me. Forgot Your Password. close. Animal Well-Being Business Environment Facilities Health Marketing Nutrition Reproduction Resources. Advertisement. Home > 2004 Swine Research Review. 2004 Swine Research Review. Dec 15, 2004. EMAIL. Tweet. Advertisement. Nutrition. Low-Phytate Diets with Phytase Drop Phosphorus Excretion. University of Kentucky researchers recently discovered that the combination of low-phytate feedstuffs and added phytase in pig diets resulted in a whopping 73% reduction in phosphorus excretion. This discovery was made during two recent experiments to assess the value of feeding the low-phytate feedstuffs in combination with added phytase. A number of experiments conducted the past several years have ...
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*  Phosphorus | HealthPlace.com
HealthPlace.com. HealthPlace.com. How Coconut Oil Can Be Used to Improve Overall Health. Superfoods and Hormone imbalance. This mineral is also needed for the activation of B vitamins, several of which are also critical to cellular metabolism and energy release from foods. C CALCIUM METABOLISM AND BALANCE AND SKELETAL HEALTH. Skeletal tissue bones and teeth contains approximately 99% of the body s calcium and 85% of the body s phosphorus. When the phosphorus and calcium bind to one another, calcium phosphate is formed, which maintains the hardness, strength and structural integrity of skeletal tissue. Healthy bone tissue is not inert it is constantly being built up and broken down in order to ensure a balance between proper skeletal integrity and blood calcium levels. Calcitonin causes calcium to be taken from the blood to replenish levels in bone tissue. Calcium s influence on calcitonin is intended to work in balance with phosphorus, which stimulates parathyroid hormone ...
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*  Temperature Effects on Phosphorus Release from a Biosolids-Amended Soil
... Phosphorus Leaching After 90 d of incubation and a total of 8 PV of drainage, cumulative P mass leached was greater for TSP-treated soils than biosolids-treated soils at both temperatures Figure 1. In general, cumulative P mass leached was significantly smaller when biosolids were incubated at greater temperature 32°C. For instance, cumulative P mass released by OC South Cake decreased by 57% when treated soils were incubated at 32°C compared with release at 20°C. J Stoffella, “Land application of biosolids in the USA: a review,” Applied and Environmental Soil Science, vol. A O'Connor, “Phosphorus release from a manure-impacted spodosol: effects of a water treatment residual,” Journal of Environmental Quality, vol. View at Publisher · View at Google Scholar · View at Scopus K. View at Publisher · View at Google Scholar · View at Scopus C. T Sims, “Phosphorus forms in biosolids-amended soils and losses in runoff: effects of wastewater treatment process,” ...
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*  Hydrology, water quality, and phosphorus loading of Kirby Lake, Barron County, Wisconsin
... Contact USGS. USGS Publications Warehouse. Explore recent publications by USGS Authors. Browse all of Pubs Warehouse by Publication type and year. Web Service Documentation. Descriptions of US Geological Survey Report Series. USGS Publications Warehouse. Explore recent publications by USGS Authors. Browse all of Pubs Warehouse by Publication type and year. Web Service Documentation. Descriptions of US Geological Survey Report Series. Hydrology, water quality, and phosphorus loading of Kirby Lake, Barron County, Wisconsin Fact Sheet 066-98 By:. Abstract In 1992, residents near Kirby Lake, located about five miles northwest of Cumberland, in Barron County, Wisconsin, formed the Kirby Lake Management District. The Lake District completed a land-use inventory of the watershed and an evaluation of available lake water-quality data. The evaluation of lake water-quality data, which were collected as part of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources WDNR Self-Help Monitoring Program, indicated the ...
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*  The determination of total nitrogen and total phosphorus concentrations in freshwaters from land us
... e, stock headage and population data: testing of a model for use in conservation and water quality management - CentAUR. University of Reading. The determination of total nitrogen and total phosphorus concentrations in freshwaters from land use, stock headage and population data: testing of a model for use in conservation and water quality management. Wordle Link RDF+XML BibTeX RIOXX2 XML RDF+N-Triples JSON Dublin Core Atom Simple Metadata Refer METS HTML Citation with IDs HTML Citation ASCII Citation OpenURL ContextObject EndNote OpenURL ContextObject in Span MODS MPEG-21 DIDL EP3 XML Dublin Core Reference Manager RDF+N3. 1996 The determination of total nitrogen and total phosphorus concentrations in freshwaters from land use, stock headage and population data: testing of a model for use in conservation and water quality management. This paper describes and tests an export coefficient model for prediction of total N and total P from: i land use, ...
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*  Phosphorus heptabromide
... chembox imagefile phosphorus heptabromide svg imagesize px imagealt skeletal formula of phosphorus heptabromide imagefile phosphorus heptabromide ions spacefill png imagesize imagealt space filling models of the ions in phosphorus heptabromide iupacname othernames tetrabromophosphonium tribromide perbromophosphonium tribromide phosphorus heptabromide section chembox identifiers casno casno ref pubchem smiles br br br br br br section chembox properties p br appearance density meltingpt boilingpt solubility section phosphorus heptabromide is an inorganic compound with the formula pbr it is one of the phosphorus bromide s at normal conditions it forms red prism atic crystal s pbr can be prepared by the sublimation of a mixture of phosphorus pentabromide and bromine the structure consists of the pbr cation paired with a tribromide br anion see also phosphorus tribromide phosphorus pentabromide references category bromides category ...
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*  EPA Approves Wisconsin Phosphorus Program | Environment content from National Hog Farmer
EPA Approves Wisconsin Phosphorus Program. Environment content from National Hog Farmer. . ' } //-->. About Us Contact Us Subscribe Advertise Briefing Room RSS. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content National Hog Farmer. Search:. Register Log In. Display name or email address: *. Password: *. Remember me. Forgot Your Password. close. Animal Well-Being Business Environment Facilities Health Marketing Nutrition Reproduction Resources. Advertisement. Home > Environment > EPA Approves Wisconsin Phosphorus Program EPA Approves Wisconsin Phosphorus Program Aug 9, 2012. EMAIL. Tweet. Comments. 0 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA has approved a program in Wisconsin designed to reduce phosphorus levels in the Great Lakes and Wisconsin's inland waters, according to a news release on the Wisconsin EPA Region 5 Web site. More About: Drought 2012,. Manure Management. Advertisement. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA has approved a program in Wisconsin designed to ...
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*  Calcium and phosphorus supplementation of human milk for preterm infants - Cochrane Database of Syst
... ematic Reviews - Kuschel - Wiley Online Library. The Cochrane Library Published Online: 23 OCT 2001. Abstract. Full Article HTML. Enhanced Article HTML. Tables. References.
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*  How Mass-Produced Meat Turned Phosphorus Into Pollution | WCQS
NPR News. NPR Music. NPR News. NPR Music. Dan Charles. Phosphorus is one of the nutrients that plants need to grow, and for most of human history, farmers always needed more of it. Traditionally, farmers got phosphorus from animal manure. Your grain fed the animals, and their manure fed your crops. So you can decouple the animal agriculture from the grain agriculture," Staver says. As that grain flows from fields to chicken houses, or hog farms, so do the nutrients in it, such as phosphorus and nitrogen. When farmers use manure to give their crops an optimal amount of nitrogen, they oversupply phosphorus. Last year, Maryland proposed new rules that would have stopped farmers from putting more phosphorus on any fields that already have too much of it. First, he grows chickens; if their manure couldn't go on his fields, it would have to go somewhere else. Kenneth Staver, from the University of Maryland, says it's not that hard to imagine a solution to the problem. If farmers ...
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*  Category:Inorganic phosphorus compounds
category inorganic phosphorus compounds category inorganic phosphorus compounds for the nitrogen analogues please see category inorganic nitrogen compounds category inorganic compounds category phosphorus compounds
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*  Complex relationship between phosphorus levels, nitrogen removal in lakes -- ScienceDaily
... Your source for the latest research news. Complex relationship between phosphorus levels, nitrogen removal in lakes. Date: October 10, 2013 Source: University of Minnesota Summary: In the land of 10,000 lakes, one lake has been the starting place for research with implications for big lakes around the world. Building from studies of nitrogen levels in Lake Superior, the new research uncovered a good news/bad news scenario for lake health that has long-term, global implications for pollution control efforts. According to a study published online this week in Science, University of Minnesota researchers, building from studies of nitrogen levels in Lake Superior, uncovered a good news/bad news scenario for lake health that has long-term, global implications for pollution control efforts. The study does not suggest we stop reducing phosphorus in lakes. Human Influences on Nitrogen Removal in Lakes. "Complex relationship between phosphorus levels, nitrogen removal in lakes." ...
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*  FitDay Discussion Boards - Lacking Phosphorus/Magnesium hmm?
FitDay Discussion Boards - Lacking Phosphorus/Magnesium hmm. Show 40 post s from this thread on one page. /fitness/forums/ - Nutrition labeling. http://www.fitday.com/fitness/forums/nutrition-labeling/ - - Lacking Phosphorus/Magnesium hmm. http://www.fitday.com/fitness/forums/nutrition-labeling/1819-lacking-phosphorus-magnesium-hmm.html. tabbygyrl 08-22-2010 08:14 PM. Lacking Phosphorus/Magnesium hmm. I noticed I am always lacking enough Phosphorus and Magnesium. Both phosphorus and magnesium would be covered with the addition of nuts and seeds. I generally do think that the raw nuts/seeds are healthier, but mixing some roasted and salted nuts/seeds in with some raw ones can be a *very* tasty alternative : One or two handfuls should be plenty. I have no idea what your diet is like, but a handful of nuts/seeds a day should have no problem fitting in. If for some reason it doesn't, though, or you don't like nuts/seeds or are allergic to them, leafy green vegetables are ...
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*  Phosphorus Depletion Zones - LawnSite.com™ - Lawn Care & Landscaping Business Forum, Discuss News
... & Reviews. Mark Forums Read. Free Magazines. LawnSite.com™ - Lawn Care & Landscaping Business Forum, Discuss News & Reviews. Thread: Phosphorus Depletion Zones. Thread Tools. Smallaxe. LawnSite Fanatic. Join Date: May 2007 Location: Central Wisconsin Posts: 10,091. Smallaxe. View Public Profile. Find all posts by Smallaxe. Smallaxe. LawnSite Fanatic. Join Date: May 2007 Location: Central Wisconsin Posts: 10,091. Smallaxe. View Public Profile. Find all posts by Smallaxe. turfmd101. LawnSite Senior Member. Join Date: Aug 2012 Posts: 811. Hey Axe, I would use a 4-12-12 if available 50%SCU w/full minor or a 14-14-14 100%SCU w/full minor. Last edited by turfmd101; 07-09-2013 at 06:44 PM. turfmd101. View Public Profile. Find all posts by turfmd101. ted putnam. LawnSite Platinum Member. Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: Arkansas Posts: 4,416. ted putnam. View Public Profile. Find all posts by ted putnam. White Gardens. LawnSite Fanatic. Join Date: May 2008 Location: Bloomington IL Posts: 6,783. In Illinois, ...
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*  Phosphorus sesquisulfide
... {{chembox Verifiedfields = changed Watchedfields = changed verifiedrevid = 464205448 Name = P 4 S 3 ImageFileL1 = P4S3.png. ImageName = Structural formula of the phosphorus sesquisulfide molecule ImageFileR1 = Phosphorus-sesquisulfide-3D-balls.png. ImageName1 = Ball-and-stick model of the phosphorus sesquisulfide molecule ImageFile2 = Phosphorus trisulfide.jpg IUPACName = tetraphosphorus trisulfide or 3,5,7-trithia-1,2,4,6-tetraphosphatricyclo heptane OtherNames = phosphorus trisulfide, phosphorus sesquisulfide, phosphorus sulfide Section1={{Chembox Identifiers ChemSpiderID Ref =. ChemSpiderID = 14134 InChI = 1/P4S3/c5-1-2-3 1 7-4 5 6-2 InChIKey = RWQFRHVDPXXRQN-UHFFFAOYAM SMILES = S1P2P3SP1SP23 StdInChI Ref = {{stdinchicite|correct|chemspider}} StdInChI = 1S/P4S3/c5-1-2-3 1 7-4 5 6-2 StdInChIKey Ref = {{stdinchicite|correct|chemspider}} StdInChIKey = RWQFRHVDPXXRQN-UHFFFAOYSA-N CASNo Ref = cascite|changed|?. CASNo = 1314-85-8 PubChem = 14818 RTECS ...
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*  Pet forum for dogs cats and humans - Pets.ca - View Single Post - good low-phosphorus cat food?
pet forum for dogs cats and humans pets ca view single post good low phosphorus cat food thread good low phosphorus cat food view single post november th pm mandyb junior member join date sep location athens ga posts good low phosphorus cat food i have a cat with beginning stage crf and want to feed him a good quality low phosphorus content canned or pouch food wellness canned is too high don t know about the pouches evo is too high and perscription diets are awful and make him sick i ve been trying to get him to eat the frozen prepackaged raw food for several days but he won t touch it any advice suggestions mandyb view public profile find all posts by mandyb
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*  Water | Free Full-Text | Assessment of Biosorption Activated Media Under Roadside Swales for the Re
3 Results Water quality data is used to compare total phosphorus and SRP effluent concentrations and removal efficiencies of the soil amendment Bold Gold™ to sandy soil for simulated highway runoff. The total phosphorus removal efficiency trend with time for the Bold Gold™ bio-filtration system is shown in Figure 8. Total phosphorus removal efficiencies of field scale bio-filtration systems. Total phosphorus removal efficiencies of field scale bio-filtration systems. During the column test, sandy soil achieved a 14% total phosphorus removal efficiency; however, the field scale bio-filtration system tests resulted in many negative removal efficiencies. The SRP removal efficiency trend with time for both the Bold Gold™ and sandy soil bio-filtration systems is presented in Figure 9. The average SRP removal efficiency of the Bold Gold bio-filtration system is 95%. Field Scale Bio-Filtration Systems: ANOVA Test of Effluent Concentrations Due to the leaching of phosphorus ...
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*  Peak phosphorus, who knew? | Peak Prosperity
Peak phosphorus, who knew. Login Register Enroll. The Crash Course. Crash Course Home DVD Book. Discuss Home Groups Forums. Peak phosphorus, who knew. 7 posts / 0 new. Login or register to post comments. Last post. Thu, Apr 22, 2010 - 10:58am. Status: Diamond Member Offline. Posts: 2928. 0 Vote Up. Peak phosphorus, who knew. Login or register to post comments 2091 reads Permalink Print. Thu, Apr 22, 2010 - 1:40pm. Status: Platinum Member Offline. Posts: 849. 0 Vote Up. Re: Peak phosphorus, who knew. Phosphorite, phosphate rock or rock phosphate is a non-detrital sedimentary rock which contains high amounts of phosphate bearing minerals. The phosphate content of phosphorite is at least 20% which is a large enrichment over the typical sedimentary rock content of less than 0.2%. Production and use. Phosphate rock is mined, beneficiated, and either solubilized to produce wet-process phosphoric acid, or smelted to produce elemental phosphorus. Phosphoric acid is reacted with ...
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*  All about phosphorus | GrrlScientist | Science | The Guardian
All about phosphorus. GrrlScientist. Science. The Guardian. Close. subscribe. jobs. from the guardian:. jobs. change edition:. switch to the UK edition. switch to the AU edition. switch to the INT beta edition. switch to the UK edition. switch to the Australia edition. The Guardian. › science. opinion. sports. soccer. tech. arts. lifestyle. fashion. business. travel. environment. science selected. browse all sections close. Science. The elements. Phosphorus. GrrlScientist. Share on Twitter. Share via Email. Phosphorus, whose atomic symbol is P, is element 15 on the periodic table. Phosphorus has different colours -- white phosphorus, red phosphorus, violet phosphorus and black phosphorus -- depending on the arrangements of the bonds it forms. I just love the story of how phosphorus was first isolated, discovered and named, so I have to share that with you. Phosphorus has a number of important everyday uses in detergents, toothpastes, ...
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*  Reduce the phosphorus in heifer diets | Dairy Herd Management
Reduce the phosphorus in heifer diets. Dairy Herd Management. Skip to main content. Close Menu. Home. News. Industry Markets USDA Market Reports Products. Advice + Tips. Animal Health Center Quality Silage Calf Heifer Reproduction Nutrition Performance Through Nutrition. Quotes + Weather. Quotes and Charts Weather Forecast Weather Radar Precipitation. Video Events + Contests. Calendar World Dairy Expo 40 Under 40 Dairy Herd Innovation Awards 2015. Community. Contributors. Magazine Buyers Guide. Art s Way Precision Dairy Calf Heifer Health Feed Feed Additives Hay Forage Equipment Balers Mastitis Control Utility Tractors Silage Equipment Management Fly and Parasite Control. Webinars Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. Menu. Dairy Herd Management. . Click here for navigation menu. Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. . Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Welcome. My Profile Join Sign In. Search form. Search. News World Dairy Expo Quality ...
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*  Phosphorus
... characteristics physical isotopes occurrence minerals phosphate rock urine other organic sources production elemental phosphorus compounds oxoacids of phosphorus phosphorus v compounds nitrides sulfides phosphorus iii compounds organophosphorus compounds phosphorus i and phosphorus ii compounds phosphines phosphides spelling and etymology history and discovery glow applications fertiliser organophosphorus compounds metallurgical aspects matches water softening niche applications biological role bone and teeth enamel phosphorus deficiency food sources precautions us dea list i status see also notes references sources external links notes references sources external links at the periodic table of videos university of nottingham further warnings of toxic effects and ...
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*  Calcium and Phosphorus Ratios in Equine Diets | TheHorse.com
Calcium and Phosphorus Ratios in Equine Diets. TheHorse.com. TheHorse.com: Your Guide to Equine Health Care. News. Free Reports. Blogs. Free Horses. Podcasts. Newsletters. Magazine. Calcium and Phosphorus Ratios in Equine Diets. Newsletters. Ensuring your horse maintains a balanced diet is one of the most important aspects of horse care. In particular, ensuring your horse maintains a balanced calcium and phosphorus ratio in his diet is critical, as horses with calcium or phosphorus. It's FREE and you'll get full access to more than 20,000 articles, video, free reports more. Stay on top of the most recent Horse Health news with FREE weekly newsletters from TheHorse.com. Free Newsletters. Horse Health. In-Depth. Welfare Industry News. Farm Barn. Breeding. Older Horse Care. Sports Medicine. Vet Professional. Equine Behavior. Important Messages from TheHorse.com From our partners. Equine Supplements and Nutritional Requirements AAEP 2011. Horse Care How to care for the basic health ...
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*  Phosphorus selenide
... 'Phosphorus selenides' are a relatively obscure group of compounds. There have been some studies of the phosphorus - selenium phase diagram and the glassy amorphous phases are reported. The compounds that have been reported are shown below. While some are similar to their phosphorus analogues, the phosphorus sulfide s, there are some new forms, molecular P 2 Se 5 and the polymeric 'catena'- x. There is also some doubt about the existence of molecular P 4 Se 10. Crystallographically confirmed compounds P 2 Se 5. Compounds confirmed spectroscopically P 4 Se 4. Other compounds Phosphorus - Selenium glasses References. Crystallographically confirmed compounds. Molecular P 2 Se 5 has a norbornane like structure with two phosphorus atoms with oxidation state +3 bridged by two diselenide units, -Se-Se-, analogous to disulfide and one selenide unit -Se-. 1 It was isolated by solvent CS 2 extraction from a P 2 Se 5 amorphous phase made from the elements. 3 It can be ...
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*  Calcium and Phosphorus - Functions, Metabolism, Rich Foods
... Login Sign In. Pediatric Oncall Journal. Vaccination Center Vaccine Reminder. Pediatric Oncall Apps. Pediatric Oncall Journal. Diagnostic Center. CALCIUM AND PHOSPHORUS. Calcium. 1 The ECF contains ionized calcium Normal value - 4.8 mg/dl and albumin bound calcium Normal value - 3.2 mg/dl with complexed calcium with phosphate and citrate at about 1.6mg/dl to maintain a normal serum calcium level between 8.8 to 10.4 mg/dL. Deficiency can occur due to poor intake, malabsorption, vitamin D deficiency, hypoparathyroidism and renal disease. Phosphorus. 4 It is present in the body in the form of phosphates PO4. It forms calcium phosphate with calcium and forms the skeleton of the bones. Bone contains about 85% of the body's phosphate. Human milk has a high calcium-phosphate ratio 2.2 as compared to cow's milk 0.77. 1 The normal serum inorganic PO4 concentration in adults ranges from 2.5 to 4.5 mg/dL. 2 Foods Rich in Calcium and Phosphorus 3 Excellent sources of calcium include dairy ...
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*  Phosphorus halide
Oxidation state +5 PX 5. Oxidation state +3 PX 3. Oxidation state +2 P 2 X 4. Oxyhalides and thiohalides See also References External links. Oxidation state +5 PX 5. Chemical formula. CAS number. Melting point. Boiling point. P X 'ax' bond length. P X 'eq' bond length X 'eq' P X 'eq' bond angle. X 'ax' P X 'eq' bond angle. 153 pm. 158 pm. PCl 5. 202 pm. 214 pm. PBr 5. PBr 7. Phosphorus pentachloride, phosphorus pentabromide, and phosphorus heptabromide are ionic in the solid and liquid states; PCl 5 is formulated as PCl 4 + PCl 6, but in contrast, PBr 5 is formulated as PBr 4 + Br −, and PBr 7 is formulated as PBr 4 + Br 3 −. Oxidation state +3 PX 3. Chemical formula. CAS number. Melting point. Boiling point. P X bond length X P X bond angle Bond dipole moment Dipole moment. Phosphorus trifluoride. 156 pm. Phosphorus trichloride. PCl 3. 204 pm. PBr 3. 222 pm. 243 pm. Phosphorus trichloride is a major industrial chemical and widely used starting material for ...
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*  Submerged-arc furnace for phosphorus production
... thumb|500px|Process scheme The 'Submerged-arc furnace for phosphorus production' is a particular sub-type of electric arc furnace used to produce phosphorus and other products. Submerged arc furnaces are mainly used for the production of ferroalloys. Material flow. Energy consumption. This main reaction produces a liquid calcium silicates slag, carbon monoxide gas and the desired product, phosphorus gas. One such impurity—and the most important one—is iron oxide. thumb|right|A top view of a submerged-arc furnace for phosphorus production. The floor and lower section of the furnace are water-cooled. These furnaces can be equipped with either pre-baked electrodes or Söderberg electrodes. Söderberg electrodes have a higher proportion of organic impurities when compared to the pre-baked electrodes. Thus, Söderberg electrode-equipped furnaces produce yellow phosphorus and pre-baked electrodes produce white phosphorus. When current increases, the electrodes are ...
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*  Coupled Biological/Chemical Systems for Maximizing Phosphorus Removal from Natural Waters
... USGS Home Contact USGS Search USGS. State Water Resources Research Institute Program. Projects. Project ID : 2011FL267B Title : Coupled Biological/Chemical Systems for Maximizing Phosphorus Removal from Natural Waters Project Type : Research Start Date : 3/01/2011 End Date : 2/28/2012 Congressional District : 6 Focus Categories : Nutrients, Surface Water Keywords : advanced oxidation processes, phosphorus, algae treatment, ozone, sodium percarbonate, sodium perborate, hydrogen peroxide, UV, calcium, natural organic matter, Everglades, nutrients Principal Investigators : Boyer, Treavor H University of Florida ; Brown, Mark T Federal Funds : $ 16,072 Non-Federal Matching Funds : $ 32,144 Abstract : Phosphorus P remains a primary pollutant in natural waterways. Excessive P loads can cause eutrophic or hyper-eutrophic conditions in these surface waters or significantly alter the ecosystem's nutrient balance. The research will focus on understanding the P processes and dynamics within ...
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*  Meeting the mineral nutritional needs of foals
>> Mobile Site Home of dvm360 magazine Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Economics Firstline The CVC Group. CVC. Equine news. Equine medicine. Not only must foals have the proper amounts of individual macrominerals, microminerals and trace minerals, but the minerals' ratio to each other is important, affecting absorption, metabolism and excretion of each other and of other nutrients. The macrominerals include calcium, chlorine, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium and sulfur. Calcium absorption efficiency is around 70 percent in young horses, and is affected by the presence of vitamin D though vitamin D's regulatory role in horses compared to in other species may be different and by dietary concentration of calcium, phosphorus, phytate and oxalate. Higher dietary concentration of calcium decreases absorption; increased magnesium increases calcium absorption; while, competitively, higher dietary phosphorus decreases calcium absorption. As stated by the NRC 2007, a 215-kg foal gaining ...
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*  State Development of Numeric Criteria for Nitrogen and Phosphorus Pollution | Nutrient Policy Data |
State Development of Numeric Criteria for Nitrogen and Phosphorus Pollution. Map - N/P Criteria Progress The map below shows a national summary of current numeric total nitrogen and total phosphorus EPA-approved criteria and those anticipated in the near future based on state-provided information. Printable Map States with Total Nitrogen or Total Phosphorus Criteria. States with Chlorophyll Criteria The map below shows a national summary of current numeric EPA-approved chlorophyll-a criteria. Table - Criteria Progress The table below shows a national summary of current EPA-approved numeric total nitrogen and total phosphorus criteria adoptions and those anticipated in the near future based on state-provided information. Table Legend - Click to Show/Hide Progress Levels Nitrogen and Phosphorus Criteria. Level C5 Complete set of chlorophyll-a criteria for all watertypes. They're also used to represent status for chlorophyll-a criteria Three criteria balls are always displayed ...
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*  How Mass-Produced Meat Turned Phosphorus Into Pollution | KRWG
KRWG. KRWG News Video. Fronteras Reports. Watch KRWG News Video. Watch Newsmakers. Watch PBS Video. Newsmakers. Radio Schedule. Monday Business Watch. Where To Watch Listen. So you can decouple the animal agriculture from the grain agriculture," Staver says. As that grain flows from fields to chicken houses, or hog farms, so do the nutrients in it, such as phosphorus and nitrogen. When farmers use manure to give their crops an optimal amount of nitrogen, they oversupply phosphorus. Last year, Maryland proposed new rules that would have stopped farmers from putting more phosphorus on any fields that already have too much of it. First, he grows chickens; if their manure couldn't go on his fields, it would have to go somewhere else. Without manure as a nitrogen source, he'd have to buy the manufactured kind of fertilizer, which is more expensive. If farmers have to pay that cost, growing chickens or hogs will get more expensive. If we fix this problem, it could end up making inexpensive ...
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*  Bootheel: Nutrient deficiencies in cotton, corn
... Forrest Rose, University of Missouri. "We’re seeing a lot of nutrient deficiencies this year," said Gene Stevens, agronomist at MU Delta Research Center in Portageville, Mo. "The biggest problem has been phosphorus deficiency in corn." Purple leaf color on plants is an indication of phosphorus deficiency, while plants with zinc deficiency have leaves with yellow stripes. Even when phosphate and zinc have been applied and the soil is high in these elements, cool weather can prevent plants from taking them up, resulting in deficiency symptoms, Stevens said. Delta Center soils scientist David Dunn said he has "received a lot of calls this year about phosphorus deficiency in corn. A cornfield with a phosphorus deficiency sometimes looks like herbicide carryover.". Stevens said Delta Center research indicates that purple corn responds to foliar phosphorus applications, but "you can only put on a small amount at one time. "In a test at Sikeston in 1999, we increased yields ...
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*  Blood Test: Phosphorus - KidsHealth For Teens : Akron Children's Hospital
... Blood Test: Phosphorus What Is a Phosphorus Test and Why Is It Done. A phosphorus test looks at levels of phosphorus in a person's blood. A phosphorus test can help alert doctors to some possible health problems: kidney problems whether the kidneys are excreting or retaining too much phosphorus gastrointestinal and nutritional conditions problems with intestinal absorption or malnutrition calcium and bone problems Preparation If your doctor wants you to get a phosphorus blood test, you won't need to do anything special beforehand to get ready. If the test shows problems with your phosphorus levels, your doctor may want to do other tests to find out what the cause is and how to treat it. Blood Test: Magnesium A magnesium test looks at levels of the mineral magnesium in a person's blood. Find out why doctors do this test and what's involved for teens. Find out why doctors do this test and what's involved for teens. About Akron Children's Akron ...
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*  IJERPH | Free Full-Text | Diffusion of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Across the Sediment-Water Interface
Diffusion of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Across the Sediment-Water Interface and In Seawater at Aquaculture Areas of Daya Bay, China. We attempted to sample sediments and overlying water in situ at aquaculture areas of Daya Bay and determine the vertical distributions in sediment and transport contents of nitrogen and phosphorus across the water-sediment interface. As seen from Figure 3 b, the porosities of sediments in Aotou, Shenshuigang and Hutoumen are 44.5%–74.9%, 57.3%–75.3%, and 47.4%–51.9% respectively. As seen from Figure 3 c, the densities of sediments in Aotou, Shenshuigang and Hutoumen are 0.68–1.28 g/cm 3, 0.66–1.10 g/cm 3, 0.87–1.14 g/cm 3 respectively. Nitrogen and Phosphorus Contents in Sediments The vertical distributions of nitrogen and phosphorus in the sediments are shown in Figure 4. The active area of nitrogen and phosphorus is on the surface of the sediments within 4 cm vertical depth. The comparison between the contents of NH 4 + -N and DRP in pore water ...
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*  Tero Hirvonen
2001 Flavonol and flavone intake and the risk of intermittent claudication in male smokers Tero Hirvonen Department of Epidemiology and Health Promotion, National Public Health Institute, Helsinki, Finland Eur J Epidemiol 19:305-11. 2006 Differences among total and in vitro digestible phosphorus content of plant foods and beverages Heini Karp Calcium Research Unit, Department of Food and Environmental Sciences, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland J Ren Nutr 22:416-22. 2008 Differences among total and in vitro digestible phosphorus content of meat and milk products Heini Karp Calcium Research Unit, Department of Food and Environmental Sciences, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland J Ren Nutr 22:344-9. Flavonol and flavone intake and the risk of intermittent claudication in male smokers Tero Hirvonen Department of Epidemiology and Health Promotion, National Public Health Institute, Helsinki, Finland Eur J Epidemiol 19:305-11. Differences among total and in vitro digestible ...
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*  Lacking Phosphorus/Magnesium hmm? - FitDay Discussion Boards
Lacking Phosphorus/Magnesium hmm. Lacking Phosphorus/Magnesium hmm. LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes. 08-22-2010, 08:14 PM # 1. permalink. tabbygyrl FitDay Member. Lacking Phosphorus/Magnesium hmm. I noticed I am always lacking enough Phosphorus and Magnesium. I already take Vitamin and Calcium Supplements daily. 09-09-2010, 06:12 PM # 2. permalink. Join Date: Sep 2010 Posts: 1. Both phosphorus and magnesium would be covered with the addition of nuts and seeds. If for some reason it doesn't, though, or you don't like nuts/seeds or are allergic to them, leafy green vegetables are a good source of magnesium they're incredibly nutrient-dense in general and eating plenty of leafy greens would probably have numerous other benefits as well, just as an aside, as well as some foods listed here:. High Magnesium Foods. permalink. coastalcass FitDay Member. Join Date: Sep 2010 Posts: 22. 09-19-2010, 12:12 PM # 4. permalink. Join Date: Mar 2010 Location: Michigan ...
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*  How Mass-Produced Meat Turned Phosphorus Into Pollution | WKAR
WKAR. Radio. Radio 90.5 FM WKAR. Radio AM 870 WKAR. WKAR Classical Stream. WKAR Radio Reading Service. Current Sports. Current State. TV. TV WKAR-HD/23. TV WKAR Create. TV WKAR World. Current Sports TV. State of the State. PBS Kids. Support WKAR. Support TV. Support Radio. "There was this battle to have enough available phosphorus for optimum crop production," says Kenneth Staver, a scientist with the University of Maryland's Wye Research and Education Center, which sits between farm fields and the Chesapeake Bay on Maryland's Eastern Shore. So you can decouple the animal agriculture from the grain agriculture," Staver says. As that grain flows from fields to chicken houses, or hog farms, so do the nutrients in it, such as phosphorus and nitrogen. When farmers use manure to give their crops an optimal amount of nitrogen, they oversupply phosphorus. Last year, Maryland proposed new rules that would have stopped farmers from putting more phosphorus on any fields that already have ...
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*  .. Wisconsin’s Phosphorus Ban .. Related
You are here: Home / Phosphate Dishwasher Detergent / Wisconsin’s Phosphorus Ban. Wisconsin’s Phosphorus Ban. Chuck. Leave a Comment. Here’s a quick update on the phosphorus dishwasher detergent legislation going through Wisconsin. Phosphorus is hard to shake www.examiner.com. On July 1 2009, the Wisconsin State Assembly referred a bill to ban phosphorus from dishwasher soap to the Senate’s Committee on Environment with the same reasoning behind the fertilizer ban almost four years ago. Several other states will enact laws banning phosphorus soaps by July 1, 2010. The Soap and Detergent Association, a trade organization that represents North American manufacturers of cleaning products, stated that they would be phosphorus free by that deadline. It has been passed from the Wisconsin Assembly and has been read through WI-AB 281. We think it will go through but it’s not there yet. The Soap and Detergent Association. On their site, they have an article about ...
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*  Phosphorus pentafluoride
... {{chembox Verifiedfields = changed Watchedfields = changed verifiedrevid = 414287950 Name = Phosphorus pentafluoride ImageFile = Phosphorus-pentafluoride-2D-dimensions.png ImageSize =. ImageName = Structure of the phosphorus pentafluoride molecule ImageFile1 = Phosphorus-pentafluoride-3D-vdW.png ImageSize1 =. ImageName1 = Space-filling model of the phosphorus pentafluoride molecule IUPACName = Phosphorus pentafluoride OtherNames = Phosphorus V fluoride Pentafluoridophosphorus Pentafluorophosphorane Section1={{Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 7647-19-0 CASNo Ref =. PubChem = 24295 RTECS = TH4070000 EINECS = 231-602-3 UNNumber = 2198 ChemSpiderID Ref = {{chemspidercite|changed|chemspider}} ChemSpiderID = 22715 SMILES = FP F F F F InChI = 1/F5P/c1-6 2,3,4 5 InChIKey = OBCUTHMOOONNBS-UHFFFAOYAH StdInChI Ref = {{stdinchicite|changed|chemspider}} StdInChI = 1S/F5P/c1-6 2,3,4 5 StdInChIKey Ref = stdinchicite|changed|chemspider StdInChIKey = ...
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*  Doctor Phosphorus
... Alexander Sartorius' is a fictional character who has appeared in various comic book series published by DC Comics. Primarily an enemy of Batman, the supervillain exists in DC's main shared universe, known as the DC Universe. He first appeared in ' Detective Comics ' #469, and was created by Steve Englehart. 1 Fictional character biography Powers and abilities Other versions Flashpoint. 'Smallville: Titans'. In other media Television. Video Games. See also References. Fictional character biography. In James Robinson 's series ' Starman ' he is initially hired by the Mist to kill the original Starman, Ted Knight, but is defeated by the retired hero. Phosphorus returns in 'Detective Comics' #825, where he is being held in Cadmus Research laboratories. Phosphorus escapes from Cadmus, and once again seeks revenge on those responsible for his condition. During Batman's absence after his presumed death, Phosphorus escapes custody along with the other Arkham inmates. 'Titans' vol. In The ...
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*  Phosphorus oxide
... can refer to phosphorus pentoxide phosphorus v oxide phosphoric anhydride p o phosphorus trioxide phosphorus iii oxide phosphorous anhydride p o several other less common oxide s of phosphorus including p o p o p o po and p o phosphorus monoxide diphosphorus tetroxide
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*  Abstract | Digital LibraryAbstract
doi: 10.2134/jeq2000.00472425002900060027x Use of Aluminum- and Iron-Rich Residues to Immobilize Phosphorus in Poultry Litter and Litter-Amended Soils Eton E. Codling *,. Water quality has been affected by runoff and leaching of phosphorus from poultry litter-amended fields. The objectives of this study were to i evaluate the ability of Al-rich drinking water treatment residue DWTR and iron-rich residue IRR to reduce water-soluble P and Bray and Kurtz no. 1-extractable phosphorus BK-1 P in poultry litter and three long-term litter-amended soils and ii determine the effects of these residues on pH and electrical conductivity EC in the amended litter and soils. The results showed that water-soluble P and BK-1 P in poultry litter and long-term litter-amended soils can be substantially reduced by incorporating residues rich in Al and Fe; these residues may be useful for reducing P runoff and leaching from poultry litter and litter-amended fields. Effects of Broiler Litter Management ...
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*  Phosphorus | Capital Regional Medical Center | Tallahassee, FL
Phosphorus. Capital Regional Medical Center. Find A Doctor. Find A Doctor Find A Doctor. Services. All Services. Behavioral Health Center. ER - Gadsden Campus. Patients & Visitors. Patients & Visitors Patients & Visitors. Classes & Events. h2u - Health to You. Medical Records. Pay Bill Online. Health Info. Health Info Health Info. Health Library. Capital Regional Connection. Video Library. Medical Staff Services. Patient Transfer Center. Find A Doctor. Services. All Services. Behavioral Health Center. ER - Gadsden Campus. Capital Regional @CapitalRegional Here are some great ideas to decorate your house for #fall. Age Group Recommended Dietary Allowance mg/day 0-6 months No RDA; Adequate Intake AI = 100 7-12 months No RDA; AI = 275 1-3 years 460 4-8 years 500 9-18 years 1,250 19 years and older 700 Pregnancy and lactation, 18 years and younger 1,250 Pregnancy and lactation, 19 years and older 700. Since phosphorus is present in such a large variety of foods, dietary phosphorus deficiency ...
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*  Metabolic Bone Disease in Opossums
... CERTAIN DIETS will cause NMBD EVERY TIME, regardless of usage. Metabolic bone disease MBD is the term for an entire group of diseases which occur as a result of: 1 defective bone formation, 2 excessive bone resorption, or 3 some combination of the two. Nutritional secondary hyperparathyroidism, caused by intake of low calcium:high phosphorous foods i.e., protein in excess ; ratios of calcium:phosphorus can reach 1:16 or greater. Low calcium intake leads to a fall in blood calcium; this activates parathyroid hormone, which, in turn, stimulates demineralization of bone and release of calcium to maintain blood levels. The activation of the parathyroid hormone also increases urinary calcium loss. Vitamin D deficiency will lead to low calcium:low phosphorus, because of reduced calcium absorption by and use in the body. Hypervitaminosis A osteopathy - Depending on the degree or chonicity of excessive Vitamin A intake, it causes varying amounts of increased bone deposition or accelerates calcium ...
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Physicians. My Health - Online Medical Records. Starbucks at SVMHS. Services. Regional Heart Center. Cardiac Wellness Center. Meet Our Physicians. Heart Disease Center. Heart Video Resources. Meet Our Physicians. Video Resources. Joint Replacement Center. Video Resources. Women Children Center. Women's Health. Kids' Teens' Health Library. Video Resources. Support. Stroke Health Center. Emergency Services. Physicians. Sleep Medicine Center. Meet Our Physicians. Sleep Library. Video Library Health Wellness NED - No Evidence of Disease Exercise Challenge Wellness Work Anatomy Navigator Healthy Cooking Your Heart Health Ask The Experts. Phosphorus En Español Spanish Version Supplement Forms / Alternate Names : Phosphate Principal Proposed Uses Osteoporosis ; Sports and Fitness Support: Enhancing Performance Page Navigation Requirements/Sources. For ongoing use as treatment for osteoporosis, advocates recommend that phosphate be taken as part of a calcium product that includes phosphate, such as milk ...
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*  Phosphorus Partition between Liquid Steel and CaO-SiO2-P2O5-MgO Slag Containing Low FeO - Springer
... Search Options. Advanced Search. Search Help. Search Menu. Sign up / Log in English. Deutsch. Academic edition. Corporate edition. Skip to: Main content Side column. Home. Contact Us. Look Inside. Get Access. Find out how to access preview-only content. Article. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B June 2007, Volume 38, Issue 3, pp 357-366 First online: 15 June 2007. Phosphorus Partition between Liquid Steel and CaO-SiO 2 -P 2 O 5 -MgO Slag Containing Low FeO. Somnath Basu. Affiliated with Research Development, Tata Steel. Email author., Ashok Kumar Lahiri. Affiliated with Indian Institute of Science., Seshadri Seetharaman. Affiliated with Royal Institute of Technology. . Rent the article at a discount Rent now. * Final gross prices may vary according to local VAT. Get Access. Abstract CaO-SiO 2 -FeO x -P 2 O 5 -MgO bearing slags are typical in the basic oxygen steelmaking BOS process. The partition ratio of phosphorus between slag and steel is an index of the phosphorus ...
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*  Influence of Ironite and Phosphorus on Yield of Oats, and Content of Lead and Arsenic at Different S
... tages of Growth. Influence of Ironite and Phosphorus on Yield of Oats, and Content of Lead and Arsenic at Different Stages of Growth P.J. Abstract Ironite and phosphorus were applied to plots seeded to oats to find their effect on crop yield. Soil samples were taken from the north and south halves of the field prior to treatment application and the analyses are listed in Table1 The following treatments were applied to four replicated blocks: P-0 = No phosphorus applied P-1 = Phosphoric acid applied preplant 50 pounds of P 2 O 5 per acre P-2 = Phosphoric acid applied preplant and tillering 50 pounds of P 2 O 5 per acre each time P-3 = Phosphoric acid applied preplant, tillering and jointing 50 pounds of P 2 O 5 per acre each time P-4 = Mono ammonium phosphate MAP applied preplant 50 pounds of P 2 O 5 per acre. Ironite was applied across two of the blocks at a rate of 200 pounds per acre. Ironite was applied to the south half of the field, where the analyses indicated the soil was ...
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Peak Phosphorus. Arjen Lentz. Phosphorus is, while being essential to farming crops and an essential nutrient for humans and other animals. Australian soil is particularly poor in phosphorus anyway, but the “running out” story is essentially global – it might just happen faster to Australia. Two Australian researchers Dr Dana Cordell Prof Stuart White of the University of Technology, Sydney  won the 2012 Eureka environmental research prize for their work in this area. See the Conserving Life’s Building Block article. See also the Wikipedia entry on Peak Phosphorus, with links to other resources. It correctly identifies that current large scale agriculture practises with artificial fertilisers is a big contributor to the problem – we actually know for a fact that that’s not the only thing where that method of farming is a problem. My family sources its fruit veg via Food Connect, which sources from Organic farmers in a 3-hour drive radius around Brisbane. There is also a  Food ...
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*  XLH :: Diagnosis
... Home. What is XLH. Symptoms of XLH. Links. Dental Flyers. Diagnosis. Treating XLH. Frequently Asked Questions. Patient Registry. Clinical Trials. XLH Day. Medical Professionals. Information on XLH. Diagnosis. XLH Research. XLH Research Citations. Links. Medical Professional Form. Donate. About Us. Contact Us. Privacy Policy. Board of Directors. Scientific Advisors. Disclaimer. XLH Network Brochure. Mission and Vision. Become a Member. Diagnosis XLH is a genetic disorder of bone metabolism, expressed in varying degrees in terms of bone involvement. It always manifests in abnormally low serum inorganic phosphorus levels, as first documented by Winters et al in 1958 based on extensive family studies in the Carolinas. The XLH Network keeps in contact with leaders in research and treatment of XLH. Physicians who don't have experience in diagnosing or managing XLH can contact us for help in finding an expert to consult. In principle, diagnosing an infant or toddler when there is a known family ...
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(1/41) Effects of partial and total colectomy on mineral and acid-base homoeostasis in the rat: magnesium deficiency, hyperphosphaturia and osteopathy, in the presence of high serum 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D but normal parathyroid hormone.

The effects of colectomy on acid-base status, extra-osseous and bone minerals, calciotropic hormones and bone morphology have not yet been studied. To rectify this, groups of normally fed male rats were subjected to distal (n=11), proximal (n=12) or total (n=12) colectomy. Sham-operated rats (n=12) served as controls. At 112 (+/-2) days after colectomy the following changes were noted: (1) weight gain was delayed; (2) faecal excretion of calcium and phosphorus was normal, whereas that of magnesium was increased; (3) intestinal calcium secretion and absorption of calcium and phosphorus were normal, but magnesium absorption was decreased; (4) urinary excretion of magnesium was also decreased, that of phosphorus was increased, and that of pyridinium and deoxypyridinium tended to be high; (5) the serum levels of ionized magnesium, total calcium, 25-hydroxyvitamin D and parathyroid hormone were normal, while that of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D was markedly elevated; and (6) bone magnesium and phosphorus content were decreased, but bone calcium was normal, and thus the bone calcium/phosphorus ratio was high. These abnormalities were associated with moderate metabolic acidosis, as reflected by high urinary ammonium, low citrate and low total CO(2), but normal blood gases. Significant structural abnormalities of bone were not detectable, but trabecular bone tended to show rarefication. Distal colectomy had the least effect, whereas proximal and total colectomies had a distinct effect, on these parameters. It is concluded that colectomy in the rat causes: (1) a syndrome of magnesium deficiency of intestinal origin, compensated metabolic acidosis, urinary phosphorus loss, and high circulating 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D levels, with the degree depending on the extent of surgical resection; and (2) brittle bones, a feature characteristic of low bone magnesium and more generalized magnesium deficiency. The mechanisms leading to this syndrome are unknown, but altered tissue levels of magnesium and phosphorus may play a key role.  (+info)

(2/41) Calcium acetate versus calcium carbonate in the control of hyperphosphatemia in hemodialysis patients.

CONTEXT: Hyperphosphatemia has an important role in the development of bone and mineral abnormalities in end-stage renal disease (ESRD). OBJECTIVE: To compare the phosphorus binding power and the hypercalcemic effect of calcium acetate and calcium carbonate in hemodialysis patients. TYPE OF STUDY: Crossover, randomized, double-blind study. PLACE: A private hospital dialysis center. PARTICIPANTS: Fifty-two patients who were undergoing regular hemodialysis three times a week ([Ca++] dialysate = 3.5 mEq/L). PROCEDURES: Half of the patients were started on 5.6 g/day of calcium acetate and, after a 2 week washout period, received 6.2 g/day of calcium carbonate. The other half followed an inverse protocol. MAIN MEASUREMENTS: Clinical interviews were conducted 3 times a week to monitor for side effects. Determinations of serum urea, calcium, phosphorus, hematocrit, Kt/V and blood gas analysis were obtained before and after each treatment. RESULTS: Twenty-three patients completed the study. A significant increase in calcium plasma levels was only observed after treatment with calcium carbonate [9.34 mg/dl (SD 0.91) vs. 9.91 mg/dl (SD 0.79), P < 0.01]. The drop in phosphorus levels was substantial and significant for both salts [5.64 mg/dl (SD 1.54) vs. 4.60 mg/dl (SD 1.32), P < 0.01 and 5.89 mg/dl (SD 1.71) vs. 4.56 mg/dl (SD 1.57), P < 0.01, for calcium acetate and calcium carbonate respectively]. The percentage reduction in serum phosphorus (at the end of the study) per milliequivalent of salt administered per day tended to be higher with calcium acetate but statistical significance was not found. CONCLUSION: Calcium acetate can be a good alternative to calcium carbonate in the handling of hyperphosphatemia in ESRD patients. When calcium acetate is used, control of hyperphosphatemia can be achieved with a lower administration of calcium, perhaps with a lower risk of hypercalcemia.  (+info)

(3/41) Management of hyperphosphataemia of chronic kidney disease: lessons from the past and future directions.

A historical look at research in hyperphosphataemia of chronic kidney disease over the last 40 years shows remarkable advances in our understanding of this abnormality and in the technology used to manage it. Phosphate binders, which have become a mainstay in the management of hyperphosphataemia, have evolved from the early use of aluminium gels to calcium salts, to novel, non-absorbed, aluminium-free, calcium-free agents such as sevelamer hydrochloride, and to magnesium-, iron-, and lanthanum-based compounds. With recent advances, clinical management of this complication of chronic renal disease is evolving from adequate care to optimal care, such that new standards in phosphorous management are being set, and various parameters of patient care are being integrated to optimize outcomes and minimize side effects. This paper provides a historical view of the clinical management of hyperphosphataemia, and looks to advances in treatment that are changing the course of renal bone disease management.  (+info)

(4/41) A prospective study of combination therapy for hyperphosphataemia with calcium-containing phosphate binders and sevelamer in hypercalcaemic haemodialysis patients.

INTRODUCTION: Hyperphosphataemia is predictive of death, in haemodialysis (HD) patients. Sevelamer is a mineral-free phosphate binder not limited by the hypercalcaemia often encountered when utilizing calcium-containing phosphate binders. Highly positive calcium balance is associated with ectopic calcification and potentially accelerated vascular disease. Unfortunately, exclusive use of sevelamer entails a large cost differential, limiting its use in many centres. We report on a strategy of partial replacement of calcium with sevelamer for the management of hyperphosphataemia in hypercalcaemic chronic HD patients. METHODS: We identified 23 HD patients with serum calcium >2.6 mmol/l. Dietary phosphate and calcium intake were assessed and baseline serum calcium, phosphate and 1alpha calcidol and elemental calcium dose recorded. Fifty per cent of this initial calcium dose was exchanged for sevelamer. Vitamin D doses were left unchanged. If serum calcium was still >2.6 mmol/l after 4 weeks a further 50% of calcium was exchanged. If serum phosphate was >2 mmol/l the sevelamer dose was increased by 25%. The patients were followed up for a further 4 weeks. RESULTS: Seven patients complained of gastrointestinal intolerance of sevelamer. Serum calcium fell from a mean value of 2.8+/-0.04 (2.64-3.54) mmol/l to 2.56+/-0.03 (2.4-2.9) mmol/l, P<0.0005. The hypercalcaemic percentage of patients fell from 100 to 26%. Mean serum phosphate was not significantly changed, 1.59+/-0.1 (0.57-2.6) mmol/l to 1.63+/-0.11 (0.55-2.68) mmol/l, 17-22% of patients having serum phosphate >2 mmol/l. Serum intact parathyroid hormone increased from 166+/-47 (12-933) ng/l to 276+/-104 (20-1013) ng/l, P=0.02. Mean sevelamer dose was 2.77+/-0.36 (0-5.6) g per day. Elemental calcium dose fell from 2.05+/-0.23 (0.5-4.5) g to 1.03+/-0.1 (0.5-2.5) g, P<0.0001. CONCLUSION: A regimen based on the combination of sevelamer and calcium is capable of effectively managing hyperphosphataemia, without hypercalcaemia, in the majority of hypercalcaemic HD patients. Such a minimally calcaemic approach might reduce the financial burden of sevelamer therapy, and enable a wider range of patients to be treated.  (+info)

(5/41) Hyperphosphataemia as a cardiovascular risk factor -- how to manage the problem.

Hyperphosphataemia is a frequent and important cardiovascular risk factor in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). High phosphate levels may influence vascular calcifications by two separate mechanisms: by worsening secondary hyperparathyroidism, which in turn facilitates calcification, and by promoting calcium phosphate deposition in pre-formed endothelial plaques and in the arterial wall. Recent studies have shown that hyperphosphataemia induces the proliferation and differentiation of endothelial vascular cells into osteoblast-like cells, promoting vascular calcification. High phosphate levels also increase the risk of mortality in patients with CKD. To reduce the negative impact of high phosphate, serum phosphate levels should be <5 mg/dl and serum calcium <10 mg/dl. This allows the calcium x phosphate product to be maintained at < or =50 mg(2)/dl(2), reducing the risk of vascular, valvular, and extraskeletal calcification. A multiple-factor approach can be used to reduce serum phosphate: (i). decrease bone resorption by maintaining adequate serum parathyroid hormone levels; (ii). reduce phosphorous intake in the diet, (iii). use phosphate binders efficiently; and (iv). avoid under-dialysis. The patient's diet should be high in nutrition but with the lowest possible phosphorous content. Doses of phosphate binders should be tailored to individual dietary habits and must be taken during meals in a dose proportional to the phosphorous content of the meal. Because of the risk of increased extraskeletal calcification, calcium-containing phosphate-binder intake should not exceed 2-3 g/day. Sevelamer hydrochloride, a non-calcium and non-aluminium phosphate binder with a potency similar to that of calcium salts has shown beneficial effects on lipid profiles. Better control of serum phosphate is achieved in patients on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis than in those on haemodialysis. Removal of phosphate is directly correlated with duration and frequency of dialysis sessions. Thus, it is advisable not to reduce the duration of dialysis sessions to <4 h three times per week.  (+info)

(6/41) Decreased absorption of calcium, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus by humans due to increased fiber and phosphorus consumption as wheat bread.

During a 20 day period of high fiber consumption in the form of bread made partly from wheaten wholemeal, two men developed negative balances of calcium, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus due to increased fecal excretion of each element. The fecal losses correlated closely with fecal dry matter and phosphorus. Fecal dry matter, in turn, was directly proportional to fecal fiber excretion. Balances of nitrogen remained positive. Mineral elements were well-utilized by the same subjects during a 20-day period of white bread consumption.  (+info)

(7/41) Molecular targets of hyperphosphataemia in chronic renal failure.

Dietary phosphate restriction can prevent or retard the progress of chronic renal failure (CRF) and secondary hyperparathyroidism. The klotho gene is involved in the development of a syndrome resembling human ageing, and klotho mutant mice show abnormal calcium/vitamin D metabolism, developing hyperphosphataemia and vascular calcification. Phosphate retention rescues the phenotype of klotho mice. The level of expression of klotho RNA was greatly reduced in the kidneys of all CRF patients. Dietary P(i) restriction induced klotho expression, which enhances the beneficial effect of P(i) restriction in patients with CRF and/or on haemodialysis.  (+info)

(8/41) Hyperphosphataemia and treatment with sevelamer in haemodialysis patients.

More than 60% of patients on chronic haemodialysis (HD) have a serum phosphate level above 5.5 mg/dl (1.75 mmol/l), which recently has been recommended as an appropriate target in patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD). Preventing hyperphosphataemia and elevated Ca x P product not only ameliorates the progression of secondary hyperparathyroidism and bone disease, but also appears to reduce cardio-vascular morbidity and mortality from vascular calcifications. Dietary phosphate restriction and the administration of aluminium and calcium salts have been the principal means of phosphate control over the last decade. Unfortunately, the protean disturbances of toxic aluminium accumulation in the body virtually eliminated aluminium from clinical practice. Calcium-based therapy, although well tolerated, results in frequent hypercalcaemia when administered concurrently with vitamin D analogues, despite a decrease in the concentration of dialysate calcium. Sevelamer (Renagel((R))) has been a novel, non-absorbable calcium- and aluminium-free synthetic polymer. In initial studies, sevelamer reduced serum phosphate, Ca x P product and parathyroid hormone (PTH) in a manner comparable with calcium acetate therapy. However, the effect on PTH levels may prove to be inconsistent. It seems somewhat less effective in binding phosphate than aluminium, although no direct comparisons have been made. In a recent study, it attenuated the progression of vascular calcification in HD patients. It also binds bile acids, resulting in substantially lower low-density lipo-protein cholesterol levels. The major obstacle to its current use is a substantial increase in the cost associated with sevelamer therapy.  (+info)


serum calcium


  • Compared with group 2, serum calcium and phosphorus levels in groups 4-6 significantly increased. (wiley.com)


absorption


  • Vitamin D (a fat-soluble vitamin) is needed for proper absorption of calcium and phosphorus from the intestinal tract. (totalhealthmagazine.com)
  • Reducing dietary phosphorus increases activation of vitamin D, which promotes more intestinal absorption of calcium and urinary calcium excretion. (totalhealthmagazine.com)
  • Phosphorus absorption increased in group 3 and decreased in groups 4-6. (wiley.com)


magnesium


  • It is also rich in complex carbohydrates and essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, and iron. (herbal-medicine.biz)


vitamin D deficien


  • According to recent research, vitamin D deficiency affects your glucose metabolism and may actually be more closely linked to diabetes than obesity. (mercola.com)
  • The study suggests that vitamin D deficiency and obesity interact synergistically to heighten the risk of diabetes and other metabolic disorders. (mercola.com)
  • Vitamin D deficiency causes a bone disorder called rickets and osteomalacia. (totalhealthmagazine.com)


intestinal


  • These data indicate that the dietary Ca/P ratio regulates bone mineralization and turnover by affecting the intestinal calcium and phosphorus transports in VDRKO mice. (wiley.com)


potassium


  • In a study of potassium disorders in patients with chronic kidney disease, lower estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR), diabetes, and use of ACE inhibitors or angiotensin-receptor blockers were associated with higher odds of having hyperkalemia. (medscape.com)


dietary


  • Pets with oxalate urinary (bladder) stones should not be fed diets with restricted levels of dietary phosphorus for this reason. (totalhealthmagazine.com)
  • To clarify the effects of the dietary calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P) ratio (Ca/P ratio) on bone mineralization and turnover in null-vitamin D signal condition, vitamin D receptor knockout (VDRKO) mice were given diets containing different Ca/P ratios. (wiley.com)


endocrine


  • Addison's disease is a rare endocrine disorder in which the adrenal glands do not produce enough steroid hormones for proper bodily function. (lucasresearch.org)
  • At other times, the disorder is caused by a tumor on one of the endocrine glands or on the lungs. (lucasresearch.org)


metabolic


  • Diabetes is a serious, chronic metabolic disorder in which the body either does not produce enough insulin or does not respond to the insulin being produced. (lucasresearch.org)


bone


  • Vitamin D has long been known for its important role in mineralization of bone and in regulating the levels of calcium and phosphorus in our body. (awakentheexpertwithin.com)


affects


  • Hashimoto's disease is an autoimmune disorder that affects the thyroid gland, which plays an important role in managing many of the functions of the body. (lucasresearch.org)


levels


  • Cushing's syndrome is a hormonal disorder caused by long-term exposure to abnormally high levels of cortisol. (lucasresearch.org)


normal


  • Acromegaly is a rare endocrinological disorder in which an excessive amount of growth hormone is produced by the pituitary gland after normal growth has been completed. (lucasresearch.org)


skin


  • Vitamin D in food or supplements is converted into an active form by ultraviolet light from the sun acting on the vitamin D precursor located in the skin, and then metabolism by the liver and kidney. (totalhealthmagazine.com)


sexual


  • In Peruvian herbal medicine, Maca is used as an immunostimulant for anemia, tuberculosis, menstrual disorders, menopause symptoms, stomach cancer, sterility and other reproductive and sexual disorders as well as to enhance memory. (herbal-medicine.biz)


important


  • I believe the pursuit of understanding the roots of autism and other neurological disorders affecting children to be one of the most important things one might do with their professional and free time. (blogspot.com)


What sort of metabolism disorders can Diabetes cause?


  • Can these metabolism disorders be confused for thyroiditis? Please explain.
  • Diabetes itself is a metabolism disorder, my friend. Diabetics have difficulty metabolising [metabolizing, if you are, in fact, one of my American cousins ... or prefer the American spelling] glucose, which we get from the breakdown of carbohydrates during the digestive process.


What kinds of food can a coeliac who is also diabetic eat?


  • Coeliac meaning an alergic reaction to the gluten in wheat, and diabetic as in metabolism disorder... I have a friend who is both and I'm curious as to what I can cook or can't cook when they are over!
  • I'm not sure, but there are many people who will know the answer to your question at this website that I often visit. It's a website with forums for people with diabetes, and some also have celiac, so they would know. The website is called Children with Diabetes. here is a link to all the forums. You could post your question in the 'Celiac' forum, but you'd get much better results (and more of them) if you post it in the 'Parents of Children with Type 1' forum. Here's the link: http://forums.childrenwithdiabetes.com/index.php good luck!


What is covered in the blood tests for a physical?


  • I know the question has been asked of what they do during a physical, however, I already know this by having one. What I don't know is exactly what they test for when they take my blood. I know the basics is for aids, diabetes, general metabolism disorders, but what about other detailed STD tests, rare blood disorders, etc? Anyone know? *in response to posted answer* Thanks for replying, the purpose of the physical was for the fire department. I know they tested me for aids, and I would figure they would test me for other blood born pathogents as EMT basic is required for Idaho firemen. Does anyone know what specifics they test for?
  • They do not test for HIV in a physical unless specifically requested. Even then by law you have to be counseled before and afterward. They also do not test for any STD's unless you have any signs or symptoms upon your physical exam and the doctor would address those things with you during the exam describing what they would be testing for. Pretty much the only things they blood test for in a physical is your cholesterol and a general screening like blood sugar, sometimes blood counts (indication of infections), liven enzymes, etc. If your worried about STD's you can ask for a those things independently.


How common are thyroid or other metabolism slowing disorders?


  • Everytime I read articles about weight/obesity in America many of the posters indicate how common these disorders are. I'm just truly curious how common is common. Do 1 in 100 suffer from these types of problems or is it more like 1 in 1000? Are there other medical conditions that cause weight gain?
  • Hi from Mr J. Yes they are very inportant to are body, because they play a inportant roll in ower live hormons, that comtrols the cortazone that make as get fat by have a lot of it, or thin if we have very little in ower body, so see your Dr to ask for help.


How common are thyroid and other metabolism slowing disorders?


  • I've seen these disorders listed as reasons for weight gain and inability to lose weight and wanted to know how common they truly are. I do not have any of these conditions, I'm merely curious about whether they are as common as they seem. I should have been specific. I'm looking for statistics. Ball park will work. Do 1 in 100 folks in the US suffer from these things or is it 1 in 1000?
  • The prevalence of thyroid disease in the United States is 1 in 13. Additionally, it is estimated that another 1 in 20 have undiagnosed thyroid disease. Unfortunately, seven times as many women get thyroid disease as men, so it is nearly impossible to obtain good treatment for thyroid disease. That is, if you can even get tested and get a correct diagnosis. One in eight women will get thyroid disease during their lifetime.


What are the best high calorie foods?


  • Not just high calorie but high nutrition and fat. My problem is a malabsorbtion syndrome and metabolism disorder that has dominated my life forever and my current diet isn't working even with vitamins and all that. My doctor told me to eat 3000 calories but I'm losing weight still. 103 lbs and 5-7. I don't want to be put in a hospital over this. Thanks. I eat snacks all day long too just force myself to eat and I don't have an appetite so I really need to make this change.
  • high calorie foods that are healthy: nuts (peanuts, cashews, almonds, walnuts, pistachio, etc.) seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, etc.) fatty fish like salmon, mackerel, sardines avocado


Why do people with Personality Disorders are more prone to commit suicide?


  • Personality Disorders are one of the reasons(along with other mental issues) why people commit suicide.It is clear to me why does Depression or Schizophrenia causes someone to do it,but not clear as to why a Personality Disorder.
  • Mood Disorders are basically chemicals messed up in your brain. Personality Disorders are that person's whole being and how they think and react. Example: Someone who develops Narsacisstic Personality Disorder are judgmental on looks and how people appear. They often commit suicide when they realize they can't attain the perfection they want. It depends on how you're treated in your childhood. And Personality Disorders cannot be treated with pills. You have to go through life-changing therapy.


How do you make your metabolism faster in order to lose weight?


  • How do make your metabolism faster in order to lose weight? What slows it down? I have always had a good metabolism. Was able to eat what i wanted and didn't gain weight. I am 34.
  • Metabolism is essentially the speed at which our body's motor is running. The speed at which our body burns calories is called the metabolic rate. It's how fast your "motor" is running when you're still in a reclined position or sleeping. About 60-75% of energy is expended by the body at rest in such activities. The metabolism is based on the number of calories we burn throughout the day. Our body constantly burns calories to keep us going whether we are eating, sleeping, cleaning etc. People with a lower percentage of body fat (i.e. muscular) have a higher metabolism than others that are less muscular because muscle uses more calories to maintain itself than fat. Some people have a slower metabolic rate and have a harder time staying slim. Younger persons have higher (faster) metabolism because of the increased activity of cells. A slow metabolism actually causes to store fat. The slower the metabolic rate, the greater the weight gains. How to build muscles to improve metabolism? What type of exercise is ideal that speed up metabolism so that you burn calories even at rest or sleep? There are simple exercises that speed up the metabolism. Causes for Low Metabolism * Fasting * A low calorie diet * Snacking throughout the day on high sugared foods (candy, colas, cakes, gum). * Eating or drinking too much sugar containing foods. * Lack of physical activity. * Underactive thyroid. Metabolism Boosters There are some natural metabolism boosters (natural foods) that improves your metabolism. Do not take over the counter pills containing animal thyroid extract that claim to boost up metabolism. These products may have side effects as diarrhea, increased heart rate, excessive sweating, nervousness, tremors, bulging eyes, etc. How to Improve (Speed up) Metabolism * Do not skip any meals * Exercise daily * Build your muscles * Avoid alcohol, sugar, and fastings *Drink 8-10 glasses of water daily. *Eat foods with high nutrition values