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Metabolic patterns in bivalves. VI. A preliminary survey into the distribution of the activity to deaminate urea in the soft parts of marine bivalves, Anadara inflata, Mactra sulcataria and Venerupis philippinarum


Metabolic patterns in bivalves. VI. A preliminary survey into the distribution of the activity to deaminate urea in the soft parts of marine bivalves, Anadara inflata, Mactra sulcataria and Venerupis philippinarum



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