CEYSChick Embryo Yolk Sac
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The concentration of palmitoleic acid CEY0 (0.29%) was not significantly different from that of CEYs (0.23% in CEY1.5, 0.22% in CEY2.5, 0.22% in CEY3.5).
The concentration of oleic acid in CEY0 (24.49%) was significantly different from CEYs, which ranged from 25.23% in CEY1.5 and 25.86% in CEY3.5 (Table 3).
Magnesium content may have been compensated by the high calcium content in the chia seeds as it was slightly higher in CEYs. It was noted that the magnesium content gradually increased with increase in the percent of the chia seeds in yoghurt samples.
After all, this is the text that he demonstrably knew well: his classification of 'Ceys and Alcyone' as a separate piece could therefore suggest that he did not recognise it as part of the text of the Book he had read.