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Fifth letter of Nasdaq stock symbol specifying issue is the company's first class of preferred shares.

P

1. A symbol indicating an initial dividend on a stock. It is used most often on transaction tables in a newspaper.

2. A symbol indicating that a mutual fund charges a distribution fee. It is used most often on transaction tables in a newspaper.

p

1. Used in the dividend column of stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate an initial dividend: .50p.
2. Used in mutual fund transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that a distribution cost is charged.
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Farmers in the region are generally careful to apply only as much fertilizer as needed, and King's measurements indicated that only around 2% of that phosphorus was lost through runoff.
From 2005 until 2012, meanwhile, King monitored phosphorus levels in the discharge from six tile drains and the outlet of a headwater watershed in central Ohio.
Deficiencies of phosphorus can be treated with phosphate supplements.
Inorganic phosphates added to processed foods as preservatives are the chief sources of phosphorus in the U.
The importance of this finding is that it provides the missing ingredient in the origin-of-life recipe: a form of phosphorus that can be readily incorporated into essential biological molecules like nucleic acids and cell-membrane lipids," said Roger Buick, co-author of the paper.
Vermiculture, which utilizes earthworms to assist in composting, and mulching freshly-cut grass to use as fertilizer instead of buying new bags of fertilizer are two ways everyday people can help conserve phosphorus,” says Dr.
But most of the world''s phosphorus rocks are in other countries - Morocco, the USA and China have most of them.
Methods: Dietary phosphorus intake was estimated from 24-h dietary recalls administered by trained personnel.
This process results in abundant phosphorus for cell division, a resolution to the paradox of Didymo blooms in oliogotrophic streams and rivers.
In addition, many of the current upgrades to Westboro's aging wastewater treatment plant (which also handles some sewage from Shrewsbury and Hopkinton) were needed for urgent maintenance reasons, not just phosphorus removal.