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Paper Partition Chromatography in Entomological Research1

  • J. L. Auclair (a1) and J. B. Maltais (a1)

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Paper partition chromatography is a physico-chemical technique that enables the investigator to separate inorganic and organic constituents of various kinds, e.g., amino acids, purines, pyrimidines and related substances, sugars and their derivatives, organic acids, vitamins, antibiotics, and chemical elemens, and measure them quantitatively.

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Paper Partition Chromatography in Entomological Research1

  • J. L. Auclair (a1) and J. B. Maltais (a1)

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