Translation of selenium in Spanish:


selenio, n.

Pronunciation /səˈliniəm/ /sɪˈliːnɪəm/

See Spanish definition of selenio


  • 1

    selenio masculine
    • The Pasminco operation produces lead, zinc, cadmium, selenium, copper sulphate and sulphuric acid.
    • Many studies have shown that supplemental selenium has cancer-preventive properties.
    • Lead, selenium, tellurium and sulfur are added to copper alloys to improve machinability.
    • The most common trace element deficiencies in cattle are copper, selenium, iodine and cobalt.
    • Sesame and sunflower seeds are rich in selenium, vitamin E, calcium and zinc.
    • The organic form of selenium has been found to be more effective than sodium selenite for reproducing animals.
    • There is no homeostatic control mechanism for selenium absorption and selenium is highly absorbable.
    • Recently, selenium and tellurium have been added as important impurities.
    • While writing this story she added selenium and chromium to her supplement regimen.
    • Colloidal elemental selenium and metal selenides are not available to plants.
    • Duration of clinical mastitis was reduced in the cows supplemented with both vitamin E and selenium.
    • Glutathione peroxidase is an antioxidant enzyme containing both selenium and glutathione.
    • Vitamin C does not work on its own - it needs vitamin E, selenium, and many other micronutrients all working together.
    • In an associated consideration, mercury in the body tends to quell or cripple selenium in enzymes.
    • Many species of plants have the ability to absorb metals such as zinc, selenium and nickel from the soil and to concentrate them in their tissues.
    • Most farmers are adding selenium, copper, zinc and iodine to their water supply.
    • Severely malnourished children are often deficient in vitamin A, zinc, iron, folic acid, copper, and selenium.
    • Meat is also a decent source of nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin B12, folate, selenium and zinc.
    • Zinc and selenium are essential elements that are used by enzymes in your body.
    • Vegan diets can be low in iodine and selenium, but this depends on the soil in which the plants are grown.