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What does N/P stand for?

N/P stands for nitrogen to phosphorus

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SOLUTION: The ratio of nitrogen to phosphorus to potash in a fertilizer is 7 : 5 : 3. If there are 35 kg of nitrogen, calculate the mass of the phosphorus and the...
Abstract. It is commonly assumed that the nitrogen to phosphorus (N:P) ratio of a terrestrial plant reflects the relative availability of N and P in...
Leaf Nitrogen to Phosphorus Ratios of Tropical Trees: Experimental Assessment of Physiological and Environmental Controls
Although the cyanobacterial toxin microcystin has been detected in; High microcystin concentrations occur only at low nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratios in nutrient...
Title: The nitrogen to phosphorus ratio for lakes: A cause or a consequence of aquatic biology Author: Rolando Quiros Last modified by: RQ Created Date
Abstract. The elemental stoichiometry of dissolved and particulate matter in the sea, especially the nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratio, is an important parameter for...
Cyanobacteria, or what is commonly referred to as Blue-Green algae; Changes in the ratio of nitrogen to phosphorus (N: P ratio)...
Research _Phytologist [ vj Leaf nitrogen to phosphorus ratios of tropical trees: experimental assessment of physiological and environmental controls
Examination of Nitrogen to Phosphorus Ratio in Nutrient Removal from Wastewater through Chlorella Vulgaris Courtney Hill1, Johnnie Chamberlin2, Wen Zhang1
ID: 100590: Property: Ratio of nitrogen to phosphorus in phytoplankton Organism: Biosphere: Value: 16
Ratio of nitrogen to phosphorus in the Pearl River and effects on; The nutrient with the lowest concentration relative to the other nutrients is used up...
You have free access to this content Use of nitrogen to phosphorus ratios in plant tissue as an indicator of nutrient limitation and nitrogen saturation
The leaf nitrogen to phosphorus ratio increased in response to low soil water content in three species, and increased in response to fertilizer addition in two of
The ratios may also vary between the gyres depending on the nutrient supply ratio and the resulting degree of nitrogen versus phosphorus; nitrogen-to-phosphorus...
Summary. Animal manures are a good source of nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) for agricultural crops, but they have an imbalance in their N to P ratio, so that if they...
Generally, the 5:1 phosphorus to nitrogen exchange and 15:1 nitrogen to phosphorus exchange ratios used by the CBP partners during development of the
Water Quality and the Effects of Changes in Phosphorus Loading to Muskellunge Lake; The average nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratio in Muskellunge Lake ranged from...
Abstract The elemental stoichiometry of dissolved and particulate matter in the sea, especially the nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratio, is an important parameter for...
Tuesday, August 5, 2008 PS 18-27: Effects of nitrogen to phosphorus ratio of nutrient supply on phosphate uptake by algae and bacteria
Sterner RW (1990) The ratio of nitrogen to phosphorus resup- plied by herbivores: zooplankton and the algal competi- tive arena. Am Nat 136:209-229
This surplus results from the low nitrogen to phosphorus ratio in terrigenous contributions, including human waste, and from the fact that...
Low Nitrogen to Phosphorus Ratios Favor Dominance by Blue; in the epilimnetic phytoplankton is dependent on the epilimnetic ratio of total nitrogen to total...
The origins of the Redfield nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratio are in a homoeostatic protein-to-rRNA ratio. Loladze I, Elser JJ. Department of Mathematics...
Top Abstract. Redfield noted the similarity between the average nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratio in plankton (N:P = 16 by atoms) and in deep oceanic waters (N:P = 15...
One of the most intriguing patterns in the biosphere is the similarity of the atomic nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratio (N:P) = 16 found in waters throughout the deep ocean...
Redfield proposed that the ratio of Nitrogen to Phosphorus in plankton resulted in the global ocean having a remarkably similar ratio of dissolved nitrate to...
The paper highlights the role of phosphorus; mechanisms of potential negative effects of phosphorus on water; a 1.2:1 ratio of nitrogen to phosphorus.
Two nutrients that aquatic plants and animals need to grow are Nitrogen and Phosphorus. Nitrogen. Aquatic organisms need nitrogen to live and can find it in...
Fertilizers contain one or all of the following three nutrients: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. The ratio of components to one another is expressed as a number...
It is commonly assumed that the nitrogen to phosphorus (N:P) ratio of a terrestrial plant reflects the relative availability of N and P in the soil in...
Quiros, R. 2002. The nitrogen to phosphorus ratio for lakes: A cause or a consequence of aquatic biology? 12 Nevertheless, our results show that the low