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Metabolic patterns in bivalves. X. Distribution of the uricase activity in the bivalves, Mactra sulcataria, Anadara inflata, Mytilus edulis, and certain other species



Metabolic patterns in bivalves. X. Distribution of the uricase activity in the bivalves, Mactra sulcataria, Anadara inflata, Mytilus edulis, and certain other species



Journal of the College Sciences Chiba University Natural Science Series 21: 82-86




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