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Inositol Phosphates: Linking Agriculture and the Environment

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Inositol Phosphates: Linking Agriculture and the Environment - Turner, Benjamin L, and Richardson, Alan E, and Mullaney, Edward
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Inositol phosphates are a group of organic compounds found widely in the natural environment. They are important in agriculture because they constitute most of the phosphorus in grain seeds, but they cannot be digested by some animals. As a result, considerable research has been directed towards improving the digestibility of inositol phosphates in animal diets. Inositol phosphates are also abundant in soils and water bodies, yet a clear understanding of their behavior in the environment remains elusive. This is surprising ...

Inositol Phosphates: Linking Agriculture and the Environment 2006, Cabi

ISBN-13: 9781845931520

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