nitrogenous nitrogenous  /naɪ ˈtrɑ dʒə nəs/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) of or relating to or containing nitrogen

Usage(s):

  1. If, as the Indians hope, all this comes to pass, Indian nitrogenous-fertilizer production will rise from 243,884 tons in 1965 to 2,500,000 tons in five years.
  2. Plantation rubber gets its smell from the sulphur or nitrogenous accelerators required to cure the rubber for commercial use.
  3. The production of penicillin, which is typical of most fermentation processes, starts from a small culture of the mold growing on a mixture of water, sugar and some nitrogenous food.

News

  1. Why natural gas price affects nitrogenous fertilizer stocks (Part 1)

    Natural gas and nitrogenous fertilizers Natural gas is a major raw material input in the production of nitrogenous fertilizers, such as urea and ammonia, ranging from 40% to 70% of…
    on July 17, 2013     Source: Market Realist via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Why Chinese producers are driving nitrogenous fertilizer prices down (Part 3)

    Continued from Part 2 Increased supply will drive exports to a record Given the increased supply, Chinese firms have already begun exporting some of their urea, a type of nitrogenous
    on July 17, 2013     Source: Market Realist via Yahoo! Finance

  3. Why Chinese producers are driving nitrogenous fertilizer prices down (Part 1)

    How China affects the global fertilizer market China, the world’s largest producer of nitrogen (a chemical used to make nitrogenous fertilizers for growing plants) occupies roughly 40% of global production…...
    on July 17, 2013     Source: Market Realist via Yahoo! Finance

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