All Adjective Noun
4,252 examples (0.04 sec)
  • According to one theory, this is because some other nutrients would be the important ones.
  • Once they reach the forest floor, nutrients can be obtained directly from the soil.
  • Such nutrients give you energy and keep your body running.
  • Before a cell can enter cell division, it needs to take in nutrients.
  • Nutrients from human activities tend to travel from land to either surface or ground water.
  • Each of these nutrients is used in a different place for a different essential function.
  • Often other nutrients also need to be replaced, depending on the cause.
  • Nutrients can be shown to move between different plants through the fungal network.
  • The plant's market potential is widespread given its easy growth and high nutrient content.
  • Thus much of the nutrient loading in soil eventually makes its way to water.
  • It has cold, clear water which is relatively low in nutrients.
  • Non-native plants sometimes threaten native species by using up nutrient resources.
  • White whole wheat has almost the same nutrient content as red whole wheat.
  • Nutrient level is a large issue due to the human impact.
  • The soil in this area is dark brown or black in colour and is very nutrient-rich.
  • The plant provided much needed carbohydrates and other nutrients during war times.
  • They found with increasing level of irradiation, four nutrients showed little or no change.
  • Despite its clay-like composition it is good soil and rich in nutrients.
  • These two techniques are often combined to retain as many nutrients as possible.
  • The fish also get some nutrients from the roots of the plants.
  • Next »

Words starting with nutrient

Meaning of nutrient

  • noun Any substance (such as a chemical element or inorganic compound) that can be taken in by a green plant and used in organic synthesis