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All varieties are a very good source for dietary fiber, vitamins A, C and K, plus folate and manganese.
Also fertilize three times per year with foliar micronutrients that include magnesium, zinc, and manganese.
As a cover for the project, Hughes announced that the Glomar Explorer was mining manganese on the ocean floor, and though the mission was only partly a success, a reporter found out about it in 1975 and asked the C.I.A. for information.
Almond flour is a very good source of vitamin E and also contains iron, manganese, magnesium and copper.
In late pregnancy and the first few months after birth, the teeth of children with ASD showed a higher uptake of lead, and a lower uptake of essential nutrients manganese and zinc, Reuters reported.
The micronutrients (or trace elements) are used in very tiny amounts and include boron, chlorine, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum and zinc.
Elman, who founded the company in 1986 in a small Hong Kong office to supply Chinese steelmakers with iron ore, manganese and chrome, admitted as much in a valedictory note to investors.
Alongside the human cost, the rebel attacks are a setback to government efforts to open up to investment regions which are rich in iron ore, coal, bauxite and manganese.
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Origin and Etymology of manganese
French manganèse, from Italian manganese manganese dioxide
First Known Use: 1783See Words from the same year
MANGANESE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of manganese for English Language Learners
: a grayish-white usually hard metal that breaks easily
MANGANESE Defined for Kids
Definition of manganese for Students
: a grayish white brittle metallic chemical element that resembles iron
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