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minerals, trace


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Vitamin, mineral, and trace element supplements

Vitamin, mineral, and trace element supplements

Regulation of Mineral and Trace Elements in Human Milk: Exogenous and Endogenous Factors

In Situ U–Pb and Trace Element Analysis of Accessory Minerals in the Kiruna District, Norrbotten, Sweden: New Constraints on the Timing and Origin of Mineralization

The impact of feeding supplemental chelated trace minerals on shell quality, tibia breaking strength, and immune response in laying hens

Organic trace minerals and 25-hydroxycholecalciferol affect performance characteristics, leg abnormalities, and biomechanical properties of leg bones of turkeys1,2

Mineral-scale Trace Element and U–Th–Pb Age Constraints on Metamorphism and Melting during the Petermann Orogeny (Central Australia)

The Evolution of the Upper Mantle beneath the Canary Islands: Information from Trace Elements and Sr isotope Ratios in Minerals in Mantle Xenoliths

P168Anti-hypercholesterolemic effect of a preparation of vitamins, minerals and trace elements in experimental hyperlipidemia

Organic trace mineral supplementation enhances local and systemic innate immune responses and modulates oxidative stress in broiler chickens

Effects of in ovo injection of organic trace minerals and post-hatch holding time on broiler performance and bone characteristics

Concentration of eight trace minerals in milk and sera of mother-infant pairs in Northern Nigeria

 

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Those mineral salts present in the body, and required in the diet, in small amounts (parts per million): copper, chromium, iodine, manganese, molybdenum, selenium; although required in larger amounts, zinc and iron are sometimes included with the trace minerals.

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