XXVIII.—On the presence of soluble phosphates in cotton fibre, seeds, &c

F. Crace Calvert
1867 Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed)  
THE premnce of phosphates in seeds has been known to chemists for a long period, and their existence in larger quantities in the aeed, a8 compared with the amount in the other parh of plants, is also a well ascertained fact; and it is generally admitted by ohemists that the presence of such phosphates can only be detected, and their amount ascertained, by first destroying
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