Fulvic acid is primarily studied for its effects on plants and soil. Fulvic acid is an organic and natural electrolyte. Depending on the situation, Fulvic acid can act as an electron donor or acceptor and an oxidizer or reducer. Fulvic acid has exhibited the ability to enhance the availability and adsorption of nutrients as well as prolong their time of residence. In the chick animal model Fulvic acid disturbed the processing of procollagen II in articular cartilage.
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