nutrient

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Tıp) Gıdalı olan şey, besin maddesi, gıda
{s} besleyici
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bitki besin maddesi
besleyici (gıda)
{i} besin

Hiç yediğiniz gıdalardan yeterli miktarda besin alıp almadığını merak ettiniz mi? - Have you ever wondered if you are getting adequate nutrients from the food you eat?

Avokado besin açısından zengindir. - The avocado is rich in nutrients.

{i} yapı maddesi [biy.]
{i} gıda

Hiç yediğiniz gıdalardan yeterli miktarda besin alıp almadığını merak ettiniz mi? - Have you ever wondered if you are getting adequate nutrients from the food you eat?

{s} besin değeri yüksek
gıdalı
(Tıp) Besleyici, mugaddi, gıdalı
besinli
besin maddesi
besleyici madde
yapı maddesi
Nutrient Additives
(Din) Gıda katkı maddeleri
nutrient budget
besin bütcesi
nutrient cycle
beslenme döngüsü
nutrient medium
gıda maddesi
nutrient salt
(Askeri) besleyici tuz
nutrient solution
gıda eriyiği
nutrients
(Denizbilim) nütrient
nutrients
(Denizbilim) besin tuzları
nutrients
(Çevre) besinler
a nutrient
a besin
nutrients
besinleri
providing nourishment
besin sağlama
available nutrient
(Jeoloji) elde edilebilir besin
available nutrient
(Jeoloji) kullanılabilir besin
limiting nutrient
(Denizbilim) sınırlayıcı besin tuzu
limiting nutrient
(Askeri) sınırlı besleyici
İngilizce - İngilizce
providing nourishment
A source of nourishment, such as food, that can be metabolized by an organism to give energy and build tissue
Food or substance that supplies the body with elements necessary for metabolism
{n} that which feeds or nourishes
{s} nourishing, wholesome
Nutrients are substances that help plants and animals to grow. the role of vegetable fibres, vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients. a chemical or food that provides what is needed for plants or animals to live and grow (present participle of nutrire )
Any substance, such as fertilizer, phosphorous, and nitrogen compounds, that enhances the growth of plants and animals
of or providing nourishment; "good nourishing stew"
A nutrient is a nourishing substance, especially a nourishing ingredient in a food
Any substance that is assimilated (taken in) by organisms and promotes growth Nitrogen and phosphorous are nutrients which promote the growth of algae There are other essential and trace elements which are also considered nutrients
Any substance which has nutritious qualities, i
Nutritious; nourishing; promoting growth
An element that is necessary for growth and replacement of tissues, such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium
substance necessary for life and growth
any substance that can be metabolized by an organism to give energy and build tissue
Any substance assimilated by organisms which promotes growth and replacement of cellular constituents
any substance that is assimilated (taken in) by organisms and promotes growth For example, nitrogen and phosphorous are nutrients which promote the growth of algae There are other essential and trace elements which are also considered nutrients
A substance that supports growth and reproduction (See 96)
Elements or compounds essential as raw materials for organism growth and development These include C, H, O, N, P, K, Ca, Mg, S, Cu, Fe, Zn, Mn, B, Cl, Ni and Mo plant nutrients
Any element or simple compound necessary for the health and survival of an organism This includes air and water, as well as food
Any substance that promotes growth with living organisms The term is generally applied to nitrogen and phosphorus in wastewater, but is also applied to other essential and trace elements Nutrient Pollution Contamination of water resources by excessive inputs of nutrients In surface waters, excess algal production is a major concern
elements or compounds that are essential as raw materials for organism growth and develop ment, such as carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and phosphorus There are at least 17 essential nutrients
Things in food (like vitamins, minerals, protein, fat & carbohydrates), that help your body function and grow
A nourishing substance needed for growth and development in living organisms
A chemical element or compound that is essential for the metabolism and growth of an organism
an element or compound such as nitrogen, phosphorus or potassium that is necessary for plant growth Fertilizers contain nutrients
Any substance assimilated by living things that promotes growth The term is generally applied to nitrogen and phosphorus in wastewater, but is also applied to other essential and trace elements
Any substance assimilated by living organisms that promotes growth The term is generally applied to nitrogen and phosphorous, but is also applied to other essential trace elements
A group of chemicals that nourish growth In the Chesapeake Bay system, nitrogen and phosphorus are the nutrients contributing to excessive plant (e g , Algal) growth and eutrophication
as a pollutant, any element or compound, such as phosphorous or nitrogen, that fuels abnormally high organic growth in aquatic ecosystems
any substance assimilated by organisms that promotes growth Marine scientists typically measure nitrites, nitrates, phosphates, and silicates as nutrients for plant growth
Any substance assimilated by living things that promotes growth (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
Element or compound essential for animal and plant growth Common nutrients in fertilizer include nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium
which nourishes or promotes growth
n: Any food or element an organism must take in to live, grow, or reproduce Plant: An essential element in a particular ion or molecule that can be absorbed and used by he plant For example, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and phosphorus are essential elements; carbon dioxide, water, nitrate (NO 3 ), and phosphate (PO 4 ) are respective nutrients Animal: Materials such as protein, vitamins, and minerals that are required for growth, maintenance, and repair of the body and also materials such as carbohydrates that are required for energy
{i} nutritious substance
nutrient artery
an artery that supplies the medullary cavity of the long bone
essential nutrient
A compound that must be obtained from food for survival
nutrients
Proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals These are provided by food and are necessary for growth and the maintenance of life
nutrients
materials which are considered essential to the support of biological life
nutrients
Substances which are vital for growth and a healthy body, such as protein, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals
nutrients
Refers to the mineral elements usually found in the soil which are essential for plant growth
nutrients
Proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals These are provided by food and are necessary for growth and the maintenance of life
nutrients
Elements or compounds that are essential for animal and plant growth The term generally is applied to nitrogen and phosphorus in wastewater but also is applied to other essential and trace elements
nutrients
any of a group of elements necessary for growth; about 15 elements are necessary for aquatic plant growth but are usually available in natural waters; low levels of nitrogen or phosphorus may limit plant growth in surface waters; high levels may cause excess plant and phytoplankton growth
nutrients
Elements or compounds essential as raw material for organic growth and development such as carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and phosphorus
nutrients
Vitamins and minerals that we and all other living things need to live and grow
nutrients
Various types of materials that become dissolved in water and induce plant growth
nutrients
nitrogen and other minerals that animals and plants use for food
nutrients
proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals provided by food and necessary for growth and the maintenance of life
nutrients
proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals provided by food and necessary for growth and the maintenance of life
nutrients
Elements or compounds essential as raw materials for organism growth and development, such as carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus Nutrients are identified as pollutants of interest in the LaMPs
nutrients
Food needed for growth by living things
nutrients
Essential inorganic chemicals (e g , nitrogen and phosphorus) needed by plants for growth Excessive amounts of nutrients (eutrophication) can lead to degradation of water quality by promoting excessive growth, accumulation, and subsequent decay of plants, especially algae (phytoplankton)
nutrients
Elements or compounds essential to life, including carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, and many others
nutrients
Elements available through soil, air and water which the plant utilizes in growth Preferably these nutrients come from Organic Matter Organic matter is defined as plant and animal residues and remains
nutrients
substances necessary for growth and reproduction of organisms; in water, mainly nitrates and phosphates
nutrients
plural of nutrient
nutrients
Generally refers to nitrogen and phosphorus compounds, which act as fertilizers in water systems
nutrients
Elements necessary for growth and reproduction Primary plant nutrients are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium (3)
nutrients
Compounds required for growth by plants and other organisms Major plant nutrients are phosphorus and nitrogen
nutrients
Items such as protein, fat, fibre, energy, minerals, trace minerals, and vitamins
nutrients
Elements and chemicals, such as nitrogen and phosphorus, that are essential to plant growth Too many nutrients in a water body can lead to eutrophication and result in a fish kill
nutrients
elements required by organisms for normal life and activity
nutrient