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The return to normal of the ascorbic acid content of adrenals of rats after exhausting effort (preliminary report)


, : The return to normal of the ascorbic acid content of adrenals of rats after exhausting effort (preliminary report). Rocz. Panstwowego Zakl. Hig, 8: 265-267

Rats comparable in age and feeding were allowed to swim to exhaustion in water at 28 degrees C. and were killed immediately or at intervals of 2, 5, 10 and 24 hr. after the effort.

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