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The Influence of Trace Elements on Anaerobic Digestion Process

-233. 22. Pobeheim H., Bernhard M., Johansson J., Guebitz G.: Influence of trace elements on methane formation from a synthetic model substrate for maize silage , Bioresource Technology 101(2010) 836-839. 23. Rother M., Krzycki J.A.: Selenocysteine, pyrrolysine, and unique energy metabolizm of methanogenic Archaea . Archaea, 2010, ID: 453642. 24. Scherer P., Lippert H., Wolff G.: Composition of the major elements and trace elements of 10 methanogenic bacteria determined by inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometry . Biology Trace Elements Research

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Trace elements in arable Cambisols and Luvisols developed from boulder loam and fluvioglacial sands of the Skierniewicka Upland (central Poland)

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Toxicity, Deficiency and Dysmetabolism of Trace Elements in Ghanaian Clinically Stable Schizophrenics

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Macro-Elements and Trace Elements in Cereal Grains Cultivated in Latvia

inland waters of Latvia. Boreal Environ. Res., 6 (4), 297-306. Lombardi-Boccia, G., Aguzzi, A., Cappelloni, M., Di Lullo, G., Lucarini, M. (2003). Total-diet study: Dietary intakes of macro elements and trace elements in Italy. Brit. J. Nutr., 90, 1117-1121. McKevith, B. (2004). Nutritional aspects of triticale. British Nutrition Foundation. Nutr. Bull., 29, 111-142. Murniece, I., Karklina, D., Galoburda, R., Santare, D., Skrabule, I., Costa, H. S. (2011). Nutritional composition of freshly harvested and stored Latvian

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Soil Pollution with Trace Elements in Territories of Military Grounds in Latvia

Lithuanian). Clausen, J., Robb, J., Curry, D., Korte, N. (2004). A case study of contaminants on military ranges: Camp Edwards, Massachusetts, USA. Environ. Pollut. , 129, 13-21. Gilucis, A. (2007). Mikro- un makroelementu satura un izplatības likumsakarības Latvijas augšņu virsējos horizontos [Regularities of the contents and distribution of trace elements and macroelements in the upper horizons of Latvian soils]. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Latvia, Rīga, Latvia. Maloney, K

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Trace elements balance in a refinery

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The trace elements balance is performed whenever the refinery processes a new type of oil. The goal of the balance is to find the distribution of the trace elements in the products and residues for the market. Also, the balance can warn about the accumulation of metals in the catalysts, this affecting their activity in time. This work presents the case study of a refinery processing a light and sulphurous oil with a medium concentration of trace elements. The study highlighted the following: the highest levels of concentration in feed and products are for Na and Si; in general, trace elements concentrate in heavier factions and residues and especially in the coke as a product or as deposited on calaysts; following the balance, heavy metals concentrate in the coke deposit on FCC catalyst in range of 53% for V to 83% for As; heavy metals concentrate in the gasoline hydrotreating catalyst in range of 7% for Ni to 87% for V.

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Prognosis of environmental impact of trace elements from brown coal-fired power plant “Bełchatów”

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The Relation of Omentin-1 Levels and Some Trace Elements as a Potential Markers for Diagnosis of Prediabetic Obese Patients

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Anthropogenic impact on concentration of selected trace elements pools in transformed organic soils in Trzcińskie Mokradła Peatland, SW Poland

environmental change: Contributions from from the peatland archive. Holocene 14: 1–6. Fiałkiewicz-Kozieł B., Vleeschouwer F., Matoelli N., Fagel N., Palowski B.,Pazur A., Smieja-Król B., 2018. Record of Anthropocen pollution sources of lead in disturbed peatlands from Southern Poland. Atmospheric Environment 179: 61-68. Geoportal.gov.pl 2013. Main Office of Geodesy and Cartography. Glina B., Bogacz A., 2013. Concentration and pools of trace elements in organic soils in the Izera Mountains. Journal of Elementology 18(2): 199–209. Glina B., Bogacz A

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Determination of Selected Trace Elements in Dietary Supplements Containing Plant Materials

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