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Toxicology of selenium: a review.
  • C. Wilber
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Clinical toxicology
  • 1980
The concentration of selenium in soil, water, or minerals is site specific. World or regional averages are of little practical value. In one report from the front range area of Colorado, averageExpand
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Turbidity in the aquatic environment
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Heart size and body size in fish
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  • 2
The biological aspects of water pollution
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  • 1
Fat metabolism in Alaskan eskimos.
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  • 1
Some characteristics of the guinea pig electrocardiogram.
Abstract The time-relations of the electrocardiograms of normal, male guinea pigs are given. The data are in agreement with previous work with the exception of a longer P wave. In the relationship ofExpand
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  • 1
The sea as a potential source of protein food.
Publisher Summary The chapter discusses the sea as a potential source of protein food. Successful harvest is limited for the most part to fishes whose habits of aggregation and migration, and whoseExpand
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Electrocardiogram of the opossum during exposure to cold.
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