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Brit. Med. , i„ 47. STEWART, C. , and G. H. " Physiol. , 8, 283. UVAROV, B. P. " Nature, 134, 11. VERNADSKY, V. I. " Paris : Masson. VINOGRADOV, A. P. , 4, 4. VINOGRADOV, A. P. (1935-37), " The Biological Elements," (in Russian). Trans. , No. 3, 4. Leningrad-Moscow. W E B B , D. A. " Sci. Proc. Roy. Dublin Soc, 21, 505. W E B B , D. , and W. R. " Sci. Proc. Roy. Dublin Soc, 21, 487. " RUPEBT BROOKE. WITH the exception of oxygen, and traces of dissolved hydrogen and nitrogen, elements do not occur free in living organisms, but are present as inorganic and organic compounds.
Dry material. Representative figures are : wheat-bran, 100-200 ; beetroot, oats, spinach, wheat-grain, 25-100 ; edible fruits, less than 15. The maximum was found in lettuce, namely, 216-2 mg. Mn per kg. These values vary greatly with soil condi tions, and the Mn content of seeds is important, since it may be the only source available for the growing plant. The Mn content of cereal grain is often equal to or greater than the Fe content. Man ganese is widely but unequally distributed as a micro-constituent of higher animals, being most in liver, pancreas, lymph gland, and kidney.