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PHS
DESIRED PH
OPTIMAL PH
PH METER
HIGHER PH
BLOOD PH
NEUTRAL PH
PH LEVEL
PH VALUES
PH RANGE
ACIDIC PH
PHYSIOLOGICAL PH
LOW PH
HIGH PH
SOIL PH
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Definitions

  1. PH is a severe disease often marked by significantly restricted exercise tolerance which can lead to heart failure and death. (Web site)
  2. PH is the range of P and it is a closed subspace of H. (Web site)
  3. PH is characterized by a chronic bleeding which leads to the observation of hemosiderin-laden macrophages in the infant lungs and can be fatal (4, 5).
  4. Low pH is usually the cause of fungi and yeast.
  5. If PH is suspected based on the history, risk factor assessment, and physical examination, an echocardiogram is the next appropriate study. (Web site)

Phs

  1. Norfloxacin is least soluble at urinary pH of 7.5 with greater solubility occurring at pHs above and below this value.

Desired Ph

  1. In an embodiment, the desired pH is about pH 8 to pH 11, and copper recovery is enhancedby this process by at least about 2% to at least about 5%. (Web site)

Optimal Ph

  1. Medium pH did not affect mycelial growth and spore germination of P. tabaccinum but the optimal pH for spore production was 7.0 (Zhang et al., 2001). (Web site)
  2. Most lactic acid bacteria are mesophilic with optimal temperatures for growth between 35 to 45 C. Cell growth is pH sensitive with optimal pH around 6.0. (Web site)

Ph Meter

  1. These most commonly use a pH indicator, a pH meter, or a conductance meter to determine the endpoint. (Web site)

Higher Ph

  1. Bromophenol blue undergoes another reaction at higher pH which is slow and pH dependent. (Web site)

Blood Ph

  1. Bones are especially affected by blood pH as they tend to be used as a mineral source for pH buffering. (Web site)

Neutral Ph

  1. As IBV appeared to be unable to fuse with cells at neutral pH, we wished to determine if coronavirus fusion was pH dependent. (Web site)

Ph Level

  1. If you have trouble with a particular plant, check its pH requirements and the pH level of the soil in your flower garden. (Web site)

Ph Values

  1. Figure 4. Mg 2+ activation of Csk as a function of pH. (A) Mg 2+ activation of Csk is determined at different pH. The pH values are labeled in the graph.

Ph Range

  1. Lower pH values are known to improve the stability, so winemakers usually prefer a pH range of 3.0 to 3.5. (Web site)

Acidic Ph

  1. They noted that the most disturbed sites tended to have neutral ph (6.0) instead of acidic pH commonly associated with Sphagnum bogs. (Web site)
  2. Histidine can exist in the four forms shown, depending on the solution pH, from acidic pH (top) to basic pH. (bottom). (Web site)
  3. We also demonstrate that soluble TfR and HFE bind tightly at the basic pH of the cell surface, but not at the acidic pH of intracellular vesicles.

Physiological Ph

  1. For example, a preferred linker is substantially stable at acidic pH but is substantially cleaved at physiological pH. (Web site)

Low Ph

  1. Low pH wines taste tart and crisp; higher pH wines are more susceptible to bacterial growth.
  2. The effect of low pH on virus capsids was examined by titrating the sample pH with 0.1 N HCl.

High Ph

  1. This is used to lower pH with a minimum increase in acidity with wines which are cursed with high acidity and high pH at the same time. (Web site)
  2. At higher pH, the nitrogen becomes more nucleophilic and at very high pH the amino group can even be deprotonated. (Web site)

Soil Ph

  1. When the soil pH is too "acidic" (low pH) or "alkaline" (high pH), nutrients present in the soil become locked-up or unavailable. (Web site)
  2. Influence of cation exchange capacity (CEC) on soil pH (active acidity), buffer pH (reserve acidity) and lime requirement for three soil textural classes.
  3. The Effect of Soil pH on Plants Knowing the pH value of your soil before planting is very important as it has a direct influence on the health of the plant.
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