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Recent advances in poultry nutrition have focused on three main areas:  developing an understanding of nutrient metabolism and nutrient requirements; determining the availability of nutrients in feed ingredients; and formulating least-cost diets that bring nutrient requirements and nutrient supply together.
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Score: 933108.4 - https://www.fao.org/poultry-pr...tion/nutrition-and-feeding/ru/
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Recent advances in poultry nutrition have focused on three main areas:  developing an understanding of nutrient metabolism and nutrient requirements; determining the availability of nutrients in feed ingredients; and formulating least-cost diets that bring nutrient requirements and nutrient supply together.
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Score: 933108.4 - https://www.fao.org/poultry-pr...tion/nutrition-and-feeding/ar/
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MONITORING OF FOREST CONDITION IN EUROPE : SUMMARY REPORT / PREPARED BY THE COORDINATING CENTRE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE PROGRAMME ON ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING OF AIR POLLUTION EFFECTS ON FORESTS
This is a common observation, related to the higher nutrient demands of broadleaves compared to conifers. (...) These data were used to evaluate further the nutrient status of common beech (Fagus sylvatica). (...) Foliar contents of minor nutrients were predominantly in the normal range (85-90%).
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Score: 932770.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=EB.AIR/WG.1/1998/6&Lang=E
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WATER INDICATORS
Issue: Large inputs of nutrients to freshwater bodies from urban areas, industry and agricultural areas can lead to eutrophication. (...) The indicator can be used to illustrate current geographical variations in nutrient concentrations and long-term trends. 64. (...) International targets related to the EECCA countries for reducing the amount of nutrients in coastal and marine waters are: · HELCOM/Baltic Sea: 50 per cent reduction in nutrient discharges from the mid-1980s level; · Black Sea Commission/Black Sea: Return to the pollution status of 1960
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Score: 932770.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=ECE/CEP/AC.10/2006/7&Lang=E
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The  indicator  provides  a  measure  of  the  state  of  freshwater  (rivers,  lakes  and  groundwater)   in  terms  of  nutrient  concentration.             Large   inputs  of  nutrients   to   freshwater  bodies   from  urban,   industrial  and  agricultural  point   and   fugitive   sources   can   lead   to   eutrophication   of   water   bodies.   (...) A  programme  for  monitoring  nutrients  in  freshwater  bodies  should  be  structured  taking  into   account  the  spatial  and  temporal  dynamics  of  these  ingredients.   (...) In   some  countries,   databases  include  the  results  of  analysis  of  nutrients  concentrations  in  surface  water  bodies   for   several  decades.  
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Score: 931607.7 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/euro...g/Indicators/C-11-en-final.pdf
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FERTILIZERS IN EAST AFRICA
Ivlost interesting is the last column of Table 2 which presents the coefficient of the yield of rice per 1 kg of plant nutrients. Only one figure is lower than 5 kg. The others are above 5 kg per 1 kg of pure nutrients. (...) Nitrogen is the only nutrient limiting growth, and N fertilizer markedly increases the herbage yield and crude protein :percentage. (...) Nutrient, ·- ~~' Kg/capita .6 ·7 17.3 12.5 4.0 3.0 it So'trrce: Dr.
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Score: 930766.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/CN.14/INR/81&Lang=E
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As crianças com menos de dois anos de idade não estão recebendo os nutrientes necessários para crescerem bem, causando “danos irreversíveis ao desenvolvimento”. (...) A situação melhorou muito pouco nos últimos 10 anos e a diretora-executiva do Unicef declarou que uma alimentação pobre em nutrientes nos primeiros dois anos de vida pode prejudicar para sempre o crescimento físico e cerebral.  Henrietta Fore afirmou que a informação não é nova, mas o progresso para fornecer nutrientes adequados e alimentos seguros para as crianças tem sido muito pequeno. 
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Score: 930426.8 - https://news.un.org/pt/story/2021/09/1764232
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_UK NUTRIENT DATABANK McCance & Widdowson’s Composition of Foods Integrated Dataset (CoF IDS) USER DOCUMENT Introduction The Food Standards Agency (FSA) maintains the UK Nutrient Databank, which contains extensive information on the nutrient content of foods commonly consumed in the UK. (...) The UK Nutrient Databank does not contain values for all nutrients for all foods and therefore the CoF IDS will not have a value for every nutrient for every food. (...) For some nutrients, data which is 'old' and was analysed significantly earlier and on a different sample to the bulk of the nutrients is available.
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Score: 929945.9 - https://www.fao.org/uploads/me.../British_FCDB_cof_user_doc.pdf
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STATE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
This will be easier to achieve to the extent that resource use itself becomes more efficient. 11. Nutrients 38. In 2013, the Global Partnership on Nutrient Management released a global overview of nutrient management entitled Our Nutrient World: The challenge to produce more food and energy with less pollution. 26 The overview highlights the manner in which humans have massively altered the natural flows of nitrogen, phosphorus and other nutrients and caused a web of water and air pollution that is damaging human health, causing toxic algal blooms, killing fish, threatening sensitive ecosystems and contributing to climate change. (...) This set of multiple connections may be termed the “nutrient nexus”, where good nutrient management can be seen as making a vital contribution to all global change challenges. (...) Making better use of nutrients will reduce these pollution threats, while improving food and energy production.
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Score: 929909.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=UNEP/EA.1/4&Lang=E
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Sustainable Agricultural Practices The development of sustainable agricultural practices depends largely on promoting long term fertility and productivity of soil at economically viable levels through, for example: Matching the supply of soil nutrients with nutrient demands of crop, fodder and pasture plants: through optimising return of crop residues and animal wastes to the land and through greater reliance on biologically fixed and recycled nutrients, and judicious use of mineral fertilisers; Maintaining acceptable pest tolerance levels: through reliance on crop rotations and biocontrol agents and hence reducing or maintaining low pesticide use; Maintaining soil physical properties conducive to plant growth and to soil ecosystem functioning (aeration, water infiltration and retention, nutrient availability, etc.) through decreasing or maintaining low frequency and intensity of tillage and reducing erosion and leaching. (...) Bacteria based food webs play a greater role in conventionally tilled soils, especially in the tilled layer, and as a result of more intense oxidation, may lead to greater organic matter loss and subsequent lower nutrient retention. Fungal based food webs are more important in no-till systems, which influence nutrient availability and soil aggregate stability and tend to increase N retention and reduced leaching. (...) That is the situation in vast areas of sub-Saharan African savannas. Nutrient mining was so intense in the last decennia’s (Smaling et al 1997) that these 'non-responsive' soils (Vanlauwe et al., 2010) need to be replenished with external nutrients.
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Score: 929353 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...ture-and-soil-biodiversity/en/
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