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203 42 42 3 3 Gordon F. Leedale Department of Botany University of Leeds England Summary Cells of Hyalophacus ocellatus are described which contain either a nuclear figure consisting of a double complement of highly condensed chromosomes arranged in pairs in the anterior half of the cell, or a...
203 42 42 3 3 A. Pirson H. G. Ruppel Pflanzenphysiologischen Institut der Universität Göttingen Göttingen Deutschland Botanisches Institut der Universität Gyrhofstr. 15-17 Köln Zusammenfassung 1. Durch plötzliche Verringerung der Zelldichte (Suspensionsverdünnung) wurde in Anzuchten eines...
203 42 42 3 3 Mortimer P. Starr Daisy A. Kuhn Department of Bacteriology University of California Davis California Biology Department San Fernando Valley State College Northridge California USA Summary From these observations, it can be concluded that V-forms and other angular cell arrangements...
203 42 42 3 3 P. Fay G. E. Fogg Department of Botany of University College London Department of Botany of Westfield College London Summary 1. The unicellular blue-green alga Chlorogloea fritschii Mitra has been isolated in pure bacteria-free culture. 2. Evidence showing that this alga is able to...
203 42 42 3 3 M. R. Droop Marine Station Millport Scotland Summary A description is given of a new euryhaline free-living amoebo-flagellate, Heteramoeba clara n. gen. n. sp., whose flagellate stage resembles Heterochromonas globosa Skuja. Culture experiments are described providing evidence of a...
203 42 42 3 3 Harold C. Bold Bruce C. Parker Department of Botany University of Texas Austin Texas USA Department of Botany University of California Los Angeles California USA Summary Seventeen species of the chlorophycean genus Chlorococcum have been studied comparatively in axenic culture with...
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