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manganese(Mn) An element that is required in small amounts by plants. It is involved in the light reactions of photosynthesis and also binds to proteins. The leaves of plants deficient in manganese show interveinal chlorosis and may become malformed.

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MN • abbr. ∎  Minnesota (in official postal use).

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Mn • symb. the chemical element manganese.

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Mn, symbol for the element manganese.

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Mn See manganese.

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Mn See MANGANESE.

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