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K

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying the issue has no voting rights.

K

1. Shorthand for 1,000.

2. A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the share being traded has no voting rights. All NASDAQ listings use a four letter abbreviation; if a K follows the abbreviation, this indicates that the share comes without voting rights attached to it.

K

Used frequently in the financial literature as a symbol for 1,000.

k

Used in the dividend column of stock transaction tables of newspapers to indicate dividends that have been paid so far during the year on an issue of preferred stock with dividends in arrears: pf 1.75k.
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These products are industry-leading potassium sources proven through research and trusted by growers.
The researchers determined a causative link between reduced dietary potassium and vascular calcification in atherosclerosis, as well as uncovered the underlying pathogenic mechanisms.
This association is also seen with certain cardiovascular irregularities as well as diabetes: "Subclinical magnesium and potassium deficiencies are strongly associated with increased ventricular ectopy and arrhythmias.
Soils in Pakistan are generally considered rich in potassium but increase in cropping intensity, extensive removal of straw from the field, excessive use of tube well water and soil applied K get fixed with clay minerals have resulted in considerable exhaust of soil potassium (Malik et al.
Dr Dil Bagh Mohammad, the head of agronomic wing of CCRI Multan, said that Potassium not only meets food requirements of plants but also make it strong to survive less water availability, increase in temperature, Sun Scald disease, besides other diseases and pest attack.
In a crossover design study by Sangthawan, Atkins, and Kerr (2001) to determine adequacy of dialysis at two potassium concentrations, no significant difference in ultrafiltration volume was found between dialyzing with a 1 mmol/L potassium dialysate or a 2 mmol/L potassium dialysate.
All production of chlorine, potassium hydroxide and caustic lye using mercury-based amalgam electrolysis has to stop by the end of 2017 due to legislative requirements.
The deficiency of potassium first appears on the lower leaves and it reduced the yield crops and quality of fruits.
Magnesium and potassium are both electrolytes, and as such will be of growing interest as the $30 billion sports nutrition/weight loss sector continues to move mainstream.
In particular, variations in potassium concentrations due to preanalytical sources of error are a pervasive and clinically significant problem (1-3).