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Deficiency

A shortage or insufficiency. The amount by which federal Income Tax due exceeds the amount reported by the taxpayer on his or her return; also, the amount owed by a taxpayer who has not filed a return. The outstanding balance of a debt secured by a mortgage after the mortgaged property has been sold to satisfy the obligation at a price less than the debt.

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(c) High-lysine seed corn, being hybrid, could vastly increase next year's corn production as well as nearly double the amount of protein in the corn available to feed those with protein deficiency.
Thankfully, most of us in the UK eat enough protein, but Yara Cristma D'Avella, nutritionist at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, says protein deficiency is a growing problem.
FOOD SECURITY "The introduction of fish in the lake will boost food security and address protein deficiency among children in the area besides creating jobs for the youth," said Mr Kutol.
The lung conditions the team is hoping to solve -- congenital diseases such as surfactant protein deficiency, cystic fibrosis, and alpha-1 antitrypsin -- are characterized by respiratory failure at birth or chronic lung disease with few options for therapies.
So, the stakeholders should look after the market and management." In his keynote presentation, Dr ABM Abdullah said the poultry meat and eggs can play vital role in the country to fulfill protein deficiency.
Justifying the establishment of the frozen chicken in the state, Ayade hinted: 'We are taking advantage of protein deficiency in Africa and to venture into a frozen chicken.
He said that fish pond and kitchen garden would help government provide food to villagers and address the issue of protein deficiency in the local population.
European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel and Agency for Health Care Policy and Research have both recommended to increase intake of protein for wound healing process.12,13 Inadequate protein intake may result in delay in wound healing process.14 Although the effect of inadequate protein intake has been observed in non-diabetic people with wounds, there is very scarce data regarding the frequency of protein deficiency in people with diabetic foot ulcer.10 Therefore, the aim of this study was to assess the protein intake in subjects with type 2 diabete having foot ulcers.
Nutrela with 52 per cent 'Dhakaad' protein is the best meal choice for addressing the growing issue of protein deficiency in children.