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Ammoniation

Definition of the noun Ammoniation

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noun - plural: ammoniations

  1. [chemistry] Treatment, or reaction with ammonia

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Google previewClinical Veterinary Toxicology (2003)

by Konnie Plumlee

Ammoniation is a process by which feed stuffs are treated with anhydrous or aqueous ammonia to increase the protein ...

Google previewFood Safety (2003)

Contaminants and Toxins by J. P. Felix D'Mello

Ammoniation is a highly effective commercial process for detoxifying aflatoxins in animal feed. As a result, AFM, residues in milk of dairy cows offered feeds decontaminated in this manner are substantially reduced or eliminated altogether. Conclusions Current surveillance indicates unavoidable, widespread and continuing mycotoxin contamination Mycotoxins in Cereal Grains, Nuts and Other Plant ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Food Mycotoxins (2013)

by Martin Weidenbörner

ug/kg, country: India Ammoniation process Ammoniation greatly altered the biological activity of – aflatoxin B1 (→ aflatoxins) (450-fold decrease in mutagenicity). Anemia A below average number of erythrocytes. Angina Any disease characterized by attacks of choking or suffocation. Anguidine – diacetoxyscirpenol Anorexia Loss of appetite Antimycin — citrinin Apiospora – Lasiosphaeriaceae Aplastic aleukia kia — Alimentary toxic aleuApple beverages may contain the following ...

Google previewSoil and Environmental Science Dictionary (2001)

by E.G. Gregorich, L. W. Turchenek, M.R. Carter, Denis A. Angers

absorption, active absorption, passive acid-forming fertilizer acidulation acidulation agrology agrologie agronomic practices pratiques agronomiques ou agricoles absorption active absorption passive engrais acidiÞant agronomy agronomie amendment, soil amendement du sol ammoniation ammoniation ammonium nitrate nitrate d'ammonium ammonium phosphate phosphate d' ammonium ammonium sulfate sulfate d'ammonium antagonism antagonisme available nutrient élément ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Environmental Pollution, Agriculture and Health Hazards: Agriculture and food (2004)

by A. K. Shrivastava

but also incorporate straw ammoniation technologies that avoid the need to burn off crop residues, thus reducing TSP emissions. This is a classic win- win technology that produces direct economic benefits to farmers and reduces both air and water pollution. Control on Air Pollution by reduction of air pollutants Air pollution is a major health issue in India. Studies have linked the high incidence of premature death in India to serious ambient and indoor air pollution (World Bank 1997).

Google previewThe Fertilizer Encyclopedia (2009)

by Vasant Gowariker, V. N. Krishnamurthy, Sudha Gowariker, Manik Dhanorkar, Kalyani Paranjape

Ammoniation of superphosphate offers an inexpensive way of adding nitrogen to a fertilizer, which reduces the water-soluble phosphorus content to less than 20% in ordinary superphosphate whereas nearly 50% in triple superphosphate. Nitrogen promotes phosphorus uptake by plants by (a) increasing the tip and root growth, (b) altering the plant metabolism and (0) increasing the solubility and availability of phosphorus. Ammoniacal fertilizers facilitate absorption of phosphorus ...

Google previewChemical Tradename Dictionary (1997)

by Michael Ash, Irene Ash

5% zinc; for Ziokoxyd Activ ammoniation applics, and for direct applic.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Farm Animal Nutrition (2004)

by M. F. Fuller

Roughages with a high carbohydrate content prior to ammoniation are particularly implicated, with the compound generally associated with this effect, 4methylimidazole, being formed by the interaction of sugars with ammonia in the rumen. (FLM) Alkaline phosphatase An enzyme found in intestinal contents that catalyses the release of phosphate from a wide variety of phosphorylated cellular metabolites and cofactors (e.g. sugar phosphates, nucleotides, ATP). It is also found in ...

Google previewFoods and Food Production Encyclopedia (2012)

by Douglas M. Considine

Ammoniation of the mother liquor produces a mixture of ammonium phosphate, dicalcium phosphate, and ammonium nitrate. These can be concentrated and prilled or granulated. Thus, in terms of traditional fertilizer nomenclature, that is, 7%N: %P20s: %K2O, numerous product grades are possible according to raw-material ratios and process conditions.

Google previewAcademic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology (1992)

by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press

Thus, ammoniated, ammoniation. ammoniated mercury Inorganic Chemistry. HgNH,Cl, a white, odorless powder that darkens on exposure to light; insoluble in water and alcohol; used in pharmaceuticals. Also known by various other names, such as ammoniated mercury chloride. ammoniated superphosphate Inorganic Chemistry, a fertilizer consisting of 5 parts of ammonia to 100 parts of superphosphate. ammonia valve Engineering, a valve constructed of materials that are resistant ...

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