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A CASE STUDY FROM 19TH CENTURY UPPER CANADA 11 derived from modern foods, may be slightly more negative than that of the actual diet consumed in the mid 1800s. 6 for mice. This variation may be due to variation in the experimental diets and particularly due to differences in of the protein and non-protein components in those diets (Ambrose and Norr 1993). Stable Isotope Values in Bone and Hair Twenty-four hair samples were analyzed for stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen. All of those same individuals were analyzed for in bone colla- gen and nine were analyzed for The difference between in bone collagen and hair (mean collagen value minus mean hair value) is for the 24 samples.
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