Lack of phosphorous may be a problem
Accumulation of glycolipids and other non-phosphorous lipids in Agrobacterium tumefaciens grown under phosphate deprivation
Influence of nitrogen and phosphorous availability and ozone stress on Norway spruce seedlings
Outcomes predicted by phosphorous in chronic kidney disease: a retrospective CKD-inception cohort study
FP256ASSOCIATION OF SERUM PHOSPHOROUS WITH ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN THE IRISH HEALTH SYSTEM
Economic Impact Analysis of Marker-Assisted Breeding for Tolerance to Salinity and Phosphorous Deficiency in Rice
Phosphorous Dysregulation Induced by MEK Small Molecule Inhibitors in the Rat Involves Blockade of FGF-23 Signaling in the Kidney
Soil phosphorous and endogenous rhythms exert a larger impact than CO2 or temperature on nocturnal stomatal conductance in Eucalyptus tereticornis
A Comprehensive Expression Profile of MicroRNAs and Other Classes of Non-Coding Small RNAs in Barley Under Phosphorous-Deficient and -Sufficient Conditions
277 The Effect of Corn-Expressed Phytase Supplementation in Adequate or Low Levels of Phosphorous and Calcium Diets on Growth Performance and Bone Ash of Nursery Pigs.
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1 of, containing, or resembling phosphorus.
2 a residue of phosphorous acid – i.e. trioxophosphoric(iii) acid, P(OH)3 – whether singly or doubly attached to other groups and whether or not any residual hydroxyl groups are deprotonated.
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