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In agreement with the findings of others, heart carnitine levels of male, weanling Sprague-Dawley rats fed nutritionally adequate liquid diets with 35% of calories as ethanol for 3 weeks were not different from control or pair-fed rats (Experiment 1). When ethanol was given as 30% of energy in combination with a diet deficient in methionine and choline, and(More)
Chimpanzees of the Sonso community, Budongo Forest, Uganda were observed eating clay and drinking clay-water from waterholes. We show that clay, clay-rich water, and clay obtained with leaf sponges, provide a range of minerals in different concentrations. The presence of aluminium in the clay consumed indicates that it takes the form of kaolinite. We(More)