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External absorption

The absorption of substances through skin, mucocutaneous surfaces, or mucous membranes.


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... that would accommodate a single enzyme. They conclude that "the external surface area, including the macropores, represents a measure of ... from cellulose is directly proportional to surface area measured by absorption of Congo red dye (416). For mixed ruminal microbes, cellulose ...

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