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Recently the lateral width of the cellulose microfibril has been estimated as 30 A rather than about 150 to 200 A, by extrapolation of data from model shadowing experiments. The difference was attributed to a layer of metal deposited during shadowing. However, direct photographs of the same...
Root meristematic cells of Vicia faba were examined, with both light and electron microscopes, in order to study the behaviour of the nucleolar material during the mitotic process. Under light microscopy, the preprophase nucleolus is seen to consist of a densely stained material in which are...
The aldehydes introduced in this paper and the more appropriate concentrations for their general use as fixatives are: 4 to 6.5 per cent glutaraldehyde, 4 per cent glyoxal, 12.5 per cent hydroxyadipaldehyde, 10 per cent crotonaldehyde, 5 per cent pyruvic aldehyde, 10 per cent acetaldehyde, and 5...
An adaptive increase in tryptophan pyrrolase activity was obtained in the cell-free extracts of Drosophila melanogaster larvae which were given a dietary supplement of L -tryptophan. This activity was detectable in the extracts prepared from larval fatbodies when these were isolated from the...
Evidence is presented to show that bismuth combines in vitro with the phosphate of nucleic acids in a manner similar to its reaction with inorganic phosphate. When tested under similar conditions, protein exhibited no attraction for bismuth. The results of the in vitro experiments, which are of...
A study of the metabolic pathways of H 3 -thymidine utilization in buds of Lilium longiflorum and root tips of Vicia faba was undertaken in order to obtain information that might explain the binding of H 3 from H 3 -thymidine in the cytoplasm of these plants. H 3 -thymidine was administered for...
The paper describes the forward streaming, growth, and division of the vegetative cell of Basidiobolus ranarum . The cell is several hundred microns long and has a single large nucleus. Mitosis is invariably followed by cell division. Both processes have been studied in the living cell by...
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