Origin of nutrient
Examples from the Web for nutrient
The deep is much too nutrient poor to support such a large animal.Shark Week Is Lying Again: Megalodon Is Definitely Extinct|David Shiffman|August 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This nutrient helps balance the sodium in your diet and assists with regulating blood pressure.
This may cause a negative autoimmune response, and inhibits proper digestion and nutrient absorption.Research Shows Link Between NSAID Use and Gut Disease|Valerie Vande Panne|April 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Smart snacks are nutrient dense; they have lower calories with healthy benefits.6 Ways to Avoid ‘Sochi Gut’ While Watching the Olympics|Jenna A. Bell|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Studies on the nutrient content of common foods suggest that Paleo is a remarkably nutrient-dense diet.
When their action exceeds that of the nutrient vessels, the body emaciates; when it is deficient, plethora is the result.
Pulsation qualifies not merely the nutrient life but the musculo-motor activity as well.Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge|Alexander Philip
Water was splashing in one of the vats, and there was a gurgling sound as nutrient broth drained out, to be replaced with fresh.Gold in the Sky|Alan Edward Nourse
Prepare cultivations in nutrient broth and incubate under optimum conditions for forty-eight hours.The Elements of Bacteriological Technique|John William Henry Eyre
Then if this be true, have we not established and located the fountain head and supply of the nutrient waters of life?Philosophy of Osteopathy|Andrew T. Still
British Dictionary definitions for nutrient
Word Origin for nutrient
Word Origin and History for nutrient
"a nutritious substance," 1828, noun use of adjective (1640s) meaning "providing nourishment," from Latin nutrientem (nominative nutriens), present participle of nutrire "to nourish, suckle, feed, foster" (see nourish).