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Appendix: Water Content and Lipid Content of Common Carp Samples

Appendix: Water Content and Lipid Content of Common Carp Samples

Sample ID Water content (%) Lipid content (% dry weight)
F1-1 71 12
F1-2 73 17
F1-3 69 18
F2-1 68 19
F2-2 70 14
F2-3 72 9
F3-1 73 16
F3-2 71 12
F3-3 70 14
F4-1 69 23
F4-2 72 26
F4-3 70 24
F6-1 68 22
F6-2 73 17
F6-3 72 22
F8-1 71 15
F8-2 70 13
F8-3 70 16
F10-1 68 17
F10-2 71 18
F10-3 72 22
F16-1 73 13
F16-2 72 15
F16-3 71 16
F24-1 72 17
F24-2 70 14
F24-3 69 21
F32-1 73 16
F32-2 71 17
F32-3 72 18
F40-1 71 14
F40-2 70 21
F40-3 71 18
F48-1 70 19
F48-2 69 15
F48-3 70 17
F56-1 71 13
F56-2 72 14
F56-3 71 16
F64-1 73 15
F64-2 68 14
F64-3 73 17

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Xue, X., Jia, H. & Xue, J. Reply to Comment on “Bioaccumulation of Methyl Siloxanes in Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio) and in an Estuarine Food Web in Northeastern China”. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00244-019-00705-x

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