OMNS

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OMNSOpen Network Management System
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A low level of Nutrahealth-implied Ionomic Variation sufficiency bears directly on mineral micronutrient (MMN) part of hidden hunger just as is the organo-micronutrient (OMN) malnutrition involving phytochemical carotenoids and vitamins.
Among other procedures, High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is reported as one of the suitable techniques for the detection of the OMN variation.
Pre-ionomic studies at Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology/Department of Plant Science and Crop Protection while focusing on NHIV-based screening for variant phyto-diversity across the MMN potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, copper, zinc, and selenium have been going on [16], there has been a desire to couple the mineral data with the OMN variation status in ALVs.
Highly significant density variation (p [less than or equal to] 0.001) among accessions due to Lutein and [beta]- carotene appear to confirm the effectiveness of the two OMN conditions (criteria) as variant discriminators (Table 1 and Figure 3).
The two OMN backgrounds respectively accounted for 0.79 and 0.87 of ([R.sup.2]) variation among accessions.
Pearson r values (Table 4), on the other hand, suggest that OMN as a plant OMN-synthate based conditioning of variation is un-coupled (un-related) with that of the soil-based MMN variation.
The semantic contrast between OMNs and IMNs has been noticed by Wu (1996) and others.
Firstly, there are contexts where definite nominals can occur, whereas OMNs cannot.
Secondly, definite nominals can be predicates of equational sentences (also called equatives), whereas OMNs cannot.
In the following examples (4) and (5), the equatives are definite nominals in the a- and b-sentences, and OMNs in the c-sentences.
The absence of OMNs in equational sentences indicates that such nominals are neither definite individual-denoting nor property-denoting.
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