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Low concentrations of ethyl alcohol stimulate the respiration of mammalian erythrocytes in vitro . Low concentrations of ethyl urethan remain without effect on, or tend slightly towards depressing the respiration of mammalian erythrocytes in vitro . It is suggested that this may be due to the...
For the growing cell of Phycomyces , a difference in the phototropic effect of light is described depending on its plane of polarization with reference to the axis of the cell. The difference which is found is primarily due to differences in the reflection losses at the cell surface. The...
It would be natural to suppose that potassium enters Valonia as KCl since it appears in this form in the sap. We find, however, that on this basis we cannot predict the behavior of potassium in any respect. But we can readily do so if we assume that it penetrates chiefly as KOH. We may then say...
1. The amount of free unfrozen water, i.e . water acting as normal solvent, in frog's muscle at temperatures below the initial freezing-point has been calculated from the vapour pressure isotherm of the muscle. 2. Significant amounts of free water are present at –20°C. The total amount of...
The ultraviolet absorption spectrum of Northrop's pure crystalline pepsin has been determined. The curve of calculated molecular extinction coefficients is given. There is noted a general resemblance of the absorption curve for pepsin to that for urease and tyrosine; the absorption band is...
Daily measurements of hypocotyl length were made on Celosia cristata seedlings cultured in darkness under aseptic conditions at six constant temperatures between 14.5° and 40.5°C. At 40.5° roots did not penetrate the agar and only the hypocotyls that were supported by the wall of the test tube...
1. Fundulus heteroclitus was found to be a reliable experimental animal for studies on chemical stimulation in either fresh or sea water. 2. The response of Fundulus to hydrochloric, acetic, propionic, butyric, valeric, and caproic acids was determined in fresh water, while the same acids plus...
The intensity of mitogenetic radiation was estimated from data given by Gurwitsch. The sensitivity of the biological method and of the physical methods were compared. With onion-base pulp and onion roots as mitogenetic inductors, the photographic method gave no perceptible blackening for...
A manometric method for measuring photosynthesis in marine algae is described. Photosynthesis in the red alga Gigartina harveyana is shown to be similar in all important respects to photosynthesis in Chlorella and other Chlorophyceae. Footnotes Accepted: 16 February 1934
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