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Jiang, W., Struik, P.C., Lingna, J., van Keulen, H., Ming, Z., Stomph, T.J. 2007. Uptake and distribution of root-applied or foliar-applied 65Zn after flowering in aerobic rice. Ann. Appl. Biol. 150 :383

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51 60 Hajiboland, R., Yang, X.E., Römheld, V. 2003. Effects of bicarbonate and high pH on growth of Zn-efficiency and Zn-inefficient genotypes of rice, wheat and rye. Plant

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Three field experiments were conducted to determine the effect of soil Zn, foliar Zn, and soil N application on Zn and phytic acid concentrations in wheat grain grown on potentially Zn-deficient soil. Results showed significant genotypic variation in grain Zn concentrations among fifteen wheat cultivars commonly grown in northwest China. Soil Zn application had mixed effects, increasing grain Zn concentrations of some cultivars by as much as 21%, but reducing grain Zn concentrations of other cultivars by as much as 14%. In comparison, foliar Zn application increased grain Zn concentrations by 26 to 115%. Grain Zn concentrations were 14% larger in the combined (foliar Zn + soil Zn) treatment compared to the foliar Zn treatment, but the added cost of soil Zn application may not be economically justifiable. Wheat grain phytic acid concentrations and phytic acid: Zn molar ratios were less in the foliar Zn and (foliar Zn + soil Zn) treatments compared to the soil Zn and the unfertilized treatments. This indicated that foliar Zn increased Zn bioavailability. Best results were obtained when foliar Zn was applied at early grain filling. Overall, these findings indicate that foliar Zn application to Zn-efficient cultivars could reduce human Zn deficiency in regions with potentially Zn-deficient soil.

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Introduction As soft magnetic materials Mn–Zn ferrites are commonly used in microelectronics, e.g. in transformer cores, choke coils and electromagnetic interference devices (EMI). They owe their wide application range to their

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Ljubiša Balanović, Dragana Živković, Aleksandra Mitovski, Dragan Manasijević, and Živan Živković

]. Therefore, an interest in investigation of different Zn–Al-based alloys increased recently in this field. One of the systems, interesting from that point of view, is the Zn–Al–Ga system, shown in Fig. 1 . Fig. 1 The

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. Csathó , P. , Lásztity , B. & Nagy , L. , 1994 . Foliar Zn application for eliminating Pinduced Zn-deficiency . In: 3rd ESA Congress . 466 – 467 . Abano–Padova. Italy

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Peng et al. [ 2 ]. They found intermetallic phases in the zinc-rich matrix after solidification, i.e., AlSb, Sb 2 Zn 3 , and Sb 3 Zn 4 . However, only by understanding the solidification in the zinc-rich corner of the Al–Sb–Zn ternary system can a more

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nanoparticles on MOF-5 (Zn 4 O(BDC) 3 , BDC = benzene-1,4-dicarboxylate) via a chemical vapor deposition technique and proved the catalyst Pd@MOF-5 to be moderately active for the hydrogenation of cyclooctene. They also adopted this method to load

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Nanocrystalline Zn0.5Ni0.5Fe2O4

Preparation and kinetics of thermal process of precursor

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Wenwei Wu, Yongni Li, Kaiwen Zhou, Xuehang Wu, Sen Liao, and Qing Wang

sensor [ 1 – 6 ], etc. Within this group, Ni–Zn ferrites are very important soft magnetic materials. Its properties were highly dependent on the molar ratio of Ni to Zn, and crystallite diameter. Compared with other composition Ni 1− x Zn x Fe 2 O 4 , Zn

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