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Studies on the toxicity of phenylmercuric acetate in chickens. i. the effects of its administration on mercury retention in some organs of chickens



Studies on the toxicity of phenylmercuric acetate in chickens. i. the effects of its administration on mercury retention in some organs of chickens



Roczniki 7 (3) 287-294




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