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    1. Describe the principal organs responsible for producing ammonia and how ammonia is produced. The major sites for the production of ammonia are the intestines, liver, and kidneys. It is biosynthesized through normal amino acid metabolism. The kidneys generate ammonia from glutamine by the actions of renal glutaminase and glutamate dehydrogenase. Ammonia is formed from urea by the action of bacterial urease in the lumen of the intestine, which is absorbed from the intestine by the portal vein. Amines

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    The nitrogen in ammonia makes many people think that it can double as fertilizer and promote plant growth. However, using household ammonia, which is present in many cleansers, can do more harm than good. Learning the ins and outs of this chemical and its effect on plant growth might make you think twice about using it. Ammonia and Plants Ammonia is presents in soil, water and air, and is an important source of nitrogen to plants. Nitrogen promotes plant growth and improves fruits and seed production

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    Introduction A compound of nitrogen and hydrogen, ammonia contributes significantly to society today, despite its caustic and hazardous nature. Ammonia bears a wide range of uses - acting as a fertiliser, being utilised as an alkaline cleanser, as a refrigerant and so on. In industry, it is also used to manufacture nitric acid which itself is used for other the production of other compounds. Alone, it can be used as a fertiliser in which case its anhydrous form is injected into soil, resulting in

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    Ammonia Toxicity in Fish

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    1. Introduction Ammonia is the major metabolic end product during the catabolism of proteins, amino acids and other nitrogen containing biomolecules in different animal tissues. Ammonia is very toxic to the fish. Its toxicity leads to reduced growth rate (Atwood et al., 2000; El-Shafai et al., 2004; Hegazi and Hasanein, 2010), disruption of ion-osmo homeostasis (Knoph and Thorud, 1996; Person-Le Ruyet et al., 2003, 1998), gill hyperplasia (Benli et al., 2008), and if present in very high concentration

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    Fertilizer Company; which is owned by Adair Grain Inc. which had stockpiles of anhydrous ammonia and ammonium nitrate amongst other agricultural items; was the center and cause of the blast. It is not the first time that an explosion such as this has happened in the state of Texas; in 1947 in Texas city, Texas an explosion that caused nearly 600 deaths had ammonia as a key part in the blast (Jonsson, 2013). Anhydrous ammonia is stored as a liquid in pressurized tanks and after it has been sold to local farmers

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    Detection of ammonia can be done using gas sensors. Examples of different application areas of ammonia gas sensing are; environmental monitoring, medical diagnostics, chemical laboratories and detection of ammonia in portable water and wastewater (Timmer et al., 2005). High concentrations of ammonia are easy to detect while for very low concentrations we require different gas sensors operating at different sensing principles. Ammonia gas sensors operate at different temperatures each having a specific

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    In the history of chemistry, there was a chemist who left the world with intense debate about his the merits and demerits. He is the world-famous German physical chemist, inventor of ammonia Fritz Haber. The people who praised Haber say he was an angel, bring joy and harvest to mankind. The people whom cursed him say that he is a devil, a disaster for humanity, suffering and death. Haber was born in Silesia Breslau (now Wroclaw, Poland) on December 9, 1868, his father was a knowledgeable and good

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    prepared in reverse micromulsions: effects of tranducers size and transduction mechanism, J. Phys. Chem. B 110 (2006) 14074-14077. [34]. N. T. Kemp, A. B. Kaiser, H. J. Trodahl, B. Chapman, R. G. Buckley, A.C. Partridge, P. J. S. Foot, Effect of ammonia on the temperature-dependent conductivity and thermopower of polypyrrole, J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys. 44, 1331 (2006). [35]. H. Kate, O. Nisbikawa, T. Matsui, S. Honmal, H. Kokado, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy study of conducting

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    Effects of Ammonia and Methods of Control Ammonia can lead to big problems for broiler producers if not managed appropriately. Ammonia (NH3) is a form of nitrogen that has the potential to create odors, impact air and water quality, and animal and human health (1). Ammonia is a colorless irritant gas, created from animal waste by microbial activity. By spending money to control the ammonia in houses they farmer has the potential to get that money back plus more in profit. Many farmers would tell

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    Intrudactoun Chimocel prucissis eri ompurtent on sasteonong hamen, plent end enomel lofi. Thiy prudaci, rifoni end sipereti sabstencis mekong thim asifal fur ondastroel end prectocel parpusis. Oni sach ompurtent chimocel pruciss os thi mithud uf prudacong synthitoc emmunoe thruagh thi Hebir-Busch pruciss. Why prudaci emmunoe? In thos pepir, I woll doscass thi Hebir-bush pruciss end thi ompurtenci uf mekong emmunoe. Thi Hebir-Busch pruciss os e viry issintoel mithud on prisint sucoity es ot elluws

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