By planned and prepared under the direction of Carroll E. Wood, Jr., assisted by Elizabeth A. Shaw ; with the technical help of Karen S. Velmure and Kenneth R. Robertson.
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R. E. Austic and M. C. Nesheim, Pou/t. , 1972, 51, 1098. H. F. Bradford, ‘Chemical Neurobiology’. Freeman, New York. 1986, Chapter 4. p. 155. L. M. Harrison and J . P. F. D’Mello, unpublished observations. 43 J . P . F. D’MeIlo arginase of omithine lysine v arginine degradation Reduced creatine synthesis polyarnine synthesis f Enhanced protein turnover? 3’ This pathway should offer a mechanism for at least partial detoxification of canavanine in ureotelic animals. ’ The increased arginase activity that would inevitably accompany the administration of such diets would also lead to inadvertent losses of arginine in a manner analogous to that seen in the lysine-arginine antagonism.
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A student's atlas of flowering plants : some dicotyledons of eastern North America by planned and prepared under the direction of Carroll E. Wood, Jr., assisted by Elizabeth A. Shaw ; with the technical help of Karen S. Velmure and Kenneth R. Robertson.