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Heavy

An equities market now dominated by sellers, or oversupply, resulting in falling prices. See: Overbought, resistance level, tired.
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This result may be attributable to the adsorption of heavy metals onto organic matter, with most of the heavy metals being delivered to the soil through sewage irrigation.
We never know the total body burden of heavy metals or the tissue compartments where they are stored, only what came out on a particular challenge test.
10], heavy metals (Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mn, Pb, and Zn) in paddy plants accumulated in the root except for Mn, which was at the highest level in the leaves.
Since studies examining the effect of various heavy metals on E.
The determination of heavy metals content was done by atomic absorption spectrophotometry (there were used AAnalyst 400 spectrophotometers with flame, air and acetylene absorption, respectively an AAnalyst 600 spectrophotometer with graphite oven) using the following characteristic wave lengths: [[lambda].
But heavy metals can get into these spaces because they're heavier.
James suspects that autism develops under the combined effect of several gene mutations that deplete glutathione and of exposure of a child to heavy metals or other poisons.
Heavy metals and dioxins, however, are only some of the health hazards faced by Hanshin fans.
The PS4000 Series of calcium-barium-zinc heat stabilizers is said to exhibit synergistic performance attributes and is formulated with reduced heavy metal content and a reduced level of phenol.
Glendale has a treatment plant capable of removing industrial solvents from water, but does not remove heavy metals such as chromium 6, Hubler said.
Soils from industrial and farming areas have become increasingly contaminated with heavy metals such as copper and cadmium.