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Absorption and Distribution in Rats of Radioactive Phosphorus biologically incorporated in Food


IN this investigation absorption and distribution of phosphorus-32, biologically incorporated into fish muscle and bean leaves, was compared with its absorption after feeding as inorganic phosphate. Within limits of error, no differences were detected.

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