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English translation: chelate or chelated, chlorosis

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11:20 Jun 28, 2000
French to English translations [PRO]
French term or phrase: "chelaté" et "chlorose"
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Michlina
English translation:chelate or chelated, chlorosis
Explanation:
composé chelaté: chelate compound (EuroDicAutom) "AMINO ACID CHELATED - The product resulting from the chelation of an inorganic metallic mineral with amino acids used to aid in the correction of metabolic nutritional conditions arising from the failure to assimilate and utilize inorganic trace minerals." (http://www.medhelp.org/glossary/new/GLS_0260.HTM) "Chelated
Is the use of a large organic molecule that attracts and tightly holds a specific mineral, like a chemical "claw" preventing it from taking part in inorganic chemical reactions in the soil, but at the same time allowing them to be absorbed and used by plants. (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/4134/glossary.htm) For chlorosis, see: "Chlorosis is a yellowing of leaf tissue due to a lack of chlorophyll..." in http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/focus/chlorosis.html (FR: http://www.acfas.ca/congres/congres66/S1707.HTM)
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Summary of answers provided
nachelate or chelated, chlorosis
Brigitte Gendebien
naCorrection to previous answer: ch*l*orotic
Yolanda Broad
nachelate / chlorosisTelesforo Fernandez
nachelate(d) / lethal yellow (noun) or chorotic (adj.)
Yolanda Broad


  

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12 mins
chelate(d) / lethal yellow (noun) or chorotic (adj.)


Explanation:
From Termium: English:Chemical Compounds chelate s CORRECT,ADJ DEF - relating to, producing or characterized by a cyclic structure usu. containing five or six atoms in a ring in which a central metallic ion is held in a coordination complex by one or more groups. s The adjectival form (you didn't give a context, so I'm giving you both) is **chelated** ---- From Termium, for the noun: English:Environmental Economics Plant Diseases lethal yellowing s CORRECT DEF - Disease which attacks and kills coconut palms. s 1995-02-02 ---- And for the adjective: English:Plant Diseases Systematic Botany chlorotic s CORRECT,ADJ EX - Chlorosis of rice that is attributed to micronutrient deficiencies in submerged soils is not fully understood (...). On nonsaline alkali soils, chlorosis of rice under submerged soil conditions was observed to occur when the first true leaves were formed. The plants became more chlorotic with time and eventually developed dark necrotic spots on the leaves. s OBS - This equivalence is valid when "chlorotic" takes the sense "affected by chlorosis". s 1979-12-17



    Reference: http://www.termium.com
Yolanda Broad
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14 mins
chelate / chlorosis


Explanation:
these are straight words given in my dictionary

Telesforo Fernandez
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16 mins
Correction to previous answer: ch*l*orotic


Explanation:
Whoops--typed too fast. Sorry

Yolanda Broad
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33 mins
chelate or chelated, chlorosis


Explanation:
composé chelaté: chelate compound (EuroDicAutom) "AMINO ACID CHELATED - The product resulting from the chelation of an inorganic metallic mineral with amino acids used to aid in the correction of metabolic nutritional conditions arising from the failure to assimilate and utilize inorganic trace minerals." (http://www.medhelp.org/glossary/new/GLS_0260.HTM) "Chelated
Is the use of a large organic molecule that attracts and tightly holds a specific mineral, like a chemical "claw" preventing it from taking part in inorganic chemical reactions in the soil, but at the same time allowing them to be absorbed and used by plants. (http://www.geocities.com/Athens/4134/glossary.htm) For chlorosis, see: "Chlorosis is a yellowing of leaf tissue due to a lack of chlorophyll..." in http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/focus/chlorosis.html (FR: http://www.acfas.ca/congres/congres66/S1707.HTM)



    Reference: http://www.2020tech.com/health/glossary.html
    Reference: http://www.ianr.unl.edu/pubs/fieldcrops/g953.htm
Brigitte Gendebien
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Local time: 13:47
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