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Assaying effect of paraquat di chloride gramoxone s from the point of view of changes of free amino acids of some organs of the frog rana temporaria


, : Assaying effect of paraquat di chloride gramoxone s from the point of view of changes of free amino acids of some organs of the frog rana temporaria. Biologia (Bratislava) 37(2): 125-130

The effects of Gramoxone S were studied from the standpoint of changes of free amino acids in skin, liver and thigh muscles of the frog R. temporaria in laboratory conditions. As seen with chromatographic analysis, free amino acids decreased in skin (52%) and liver [by 22%] and increased in thigh muscle [by 186.44%].

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