Acid phosphatase

acid phosphatase

acid phosphatase n.
a phosphatase with optimum functioning at ph 5.4 and present in the prostate gland.

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    (def 1). historical examples the fertilizers that i get more inquiries about than any others are the phosphates—bone meal, acid phosphate and rock phosphate. trees, fruits and flowers of minnesota, 1916 various to furnish the phosphoric acid he can buy 1,786 pounds acid phosphate. the first book of farming charles l. goodrich either ground bone […]

  • Acid precipitation

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  • Acid radical

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  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease

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  • Acid rebound

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