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2 <10-6,000 < 10-6,OOO 1 m 420 484 134 <10-150 1213 <2&80 1318 < 10-200 16f3 52 K. H. WOLF, G. V. CHILINGAR AND F. W. BEALES COMPOSITION OF ORGANIC CONSTITUENTS AND SKELETAL LIMESTONES A definite interdependence between chemical elements on one hand and living organisms on the other has been demonstrated; organic processes control and manipulate elements, and conversely, elements in the surrounding media influence both fauna and flora. Both the tissues or organic matrices and calcareous skeletons have revealed enrichment of elements that has proved to be of considerable theoretical and practical interest, or may do so in the future.