Mechanism of Carbohydrate Breakdown in Early Embryonic Development

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Abstract

DURING the past twelve months, we have been engaged in a systematic study of the intermediary mechanisms of carbohydrate breakdown in the chick embryo in the first week of its developmental period. Although we have not yet brought our work to a conclusion, we wish to give an interim summary of it.

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