iron, reduced

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iron, reduced

iron, reduced

Magnetic properties of iron minerals produced by natural iron- and manganese-reducing groundwater bacteria

Anaerobic naphthalene degradation by Gram-positive, iron-reducing bacteria

Use of Iron-Fortified Rice Reduces Anemia in Infants

Strain FAc12, a dissimilatory iron-reducing member of the Anaeromyxobacter subgroup of Myxococcales

Identification of rice root associated nitrate, sulfate and ferric iron reducing bacteria during root decomposition

Dominance of Geobacteraceae in BTX-degrading enrichments from an iron-reducing aquifer

ArsH from Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 reduces chromate and ferric iron

Accelerated methanogenesis from aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons under iron- and sulfate-reducing conditions

A systematic review of iron supplement use to reduce anaemia in children during humanitarian crises Abubakr Mohammad Hussain


Daily and Weekly Iron Supplementations are Effective in Increasing Hemoglobin and Reducing Anemia in Infants

Combination of antioxidants and iron chelators during ischaemia reduces reperfusion injury. An in vivo experimental study

Iron infusion into the arterial blood line during haemodialysis: a novel method to remove free iron and reduce oxidative damage

Fe(III)-enhanced anaerobic transformation of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid by an iron-reducing bacterium Comamonas koreensis CY01

Role of Thiobacillus and sulfate-reducing bacteria in iron biocycling in oxic and acidic mine tailings

Weekly Iron and Folic Acid Supplementation as a Tool to Reduce Anemia among Primary School Children in Cambodia

Mutation of cytochrome bd quinol oxidase results in reduced stationary phase survival, iron deprivation, metal toxicity and oxidative stress in Azotobacter vinelandii


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Metallic iron in finely divided form, produced by reduction of iron oxide. The form in which iron is sometimes added to foods, such as bread. Also known by its Latin name ferrum redactum.

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