PRINCIPLES, IMMEDIATE, OF ANIMALS
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Definitions of PRINCIPLES, IMMEDIATE, OF ANIMALS
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Proximate principles, Organic Elements, Compounds of Organization. These are divided into acid principles, fatty principles, and principles which are neither fat nor acid. The first include the uric, rosacic, purpuric, allantoic, caseic, butyric, &c. The fatty principles are: -stearin, elain, cholesterin, &c.; and the last division includes the most important compounds of organization; - fibrin, gelatin, albumen, casein, osmazome, &c.
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