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203 91 91 4 4 Dieter G. Müller Heinz Falk Abt. Straub Max-Planck-Institut für Züchtungsforschung Köln-Vogelsang Germany Lehrstuhl für Zellbiologie Institut für Biologie II der Universität Freiburg i. Br. Freiburg i. Br. Germany Summary From light microscopic observations of the mating...
203 91 91 4 4 A. P. J. Trinci Annette J. Collinge Microbiology Department Queen Elizabeth College Campden Hill London England Summary 1. The structure and plugging of septa of several Neurospora crassa strains were studied. 2. Septa were occluded by an electron dense plug. Woronin bodies were...
203 91 91 4 4 Lauritz W. Olson Institute of Genetics University of Copenhagen Copenhagen Denmark Summary Na + , K + , Ca +2 , and Mg +2 as well as adenine, guanine and their ribosyl and phosphoribosyl derivatives exhibit a stimulatory effect on the initiation of mitosis in Allomyces...
203 91 91 4 4 C. Rossier N. Oulevey G. Turian Labortoire de Microbiologie, Département de Biologie végétale Université de Genève Geneva Switzerland Summary Microconidiogenesis in Neurospora crassa wild type is selectively stimulated by iodoacetate. The ultrastructural features of various...
203 91 91 4 4 Werner W. Franke Werner Herth Department of Cell Biology, Institute of Biology II University of Freiburg i. Br. Freiburg i. Br. Germany Summary The fine structure of wild living organisms of the chrysophycean alga, Dinobryon sertularia , has been studied after fixation with...
203 91 91 4 4 Damon S. M. Cheung Haydn J. Willetts School of Botany University of New South Wales Kensington Australia Mt. Gravatt Teachers' College 4122 Mt. Gravatt Quensland Australia Summary Biuret assay, gel electrophoresis and immunochemistry were used to study concentrations, forms and...
203 91 91 4 4 M. G. Guerrero J. Ma Vega E. Leadbetter M. Losada Departamento de Bioquímica, Facultad de Ciencias y C.S.I.C. Universidad de Sevilla Sevilla Spain Department of Biology Amherst College 01002 Amherst Mass. USA Summary The assimilatory nitrate reductase of the N 2 -fixing bacterium...
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