The effects of thiosulphate and oxygen concentration on tetrathionate oxidation by Thiobacillus X and T. thioparus.

@article{Trudinger1964TheEO,
  title={The effects of thiosulphate and oxygen concentration on tetrathionate oxidation by Thiobacillus X and T. thioparus.},
  author={Philip A. Trudinger},
  journal={The Biochemical journal},
  year={1964},
  volume={90 3},
  pages={640-6}
}
in the 2-week-old rats, ascorbic acid either performs additional functions or performs the same functions as in the other two groups but at accelerated rates. Since the bone marrow is predominantly engaged in the production of blood cells, it is possible that some relationship may exist between the rate of production of blood cells and the quantity of ascorbic acid available to the bone marrow. The concentrations of ascorbic acid in the various organs show a general decrease with age. The liver… CONTINUE READING

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