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1. Photographic records of impulses from single ganglion cells in the cat's retina were made while the retina was stimulated by flashes occurring once a second. Ten flashes at each of several intensities near threshold were used. 2. For the purpose of statistical analysis, the number of impulses...
1. It has been shown that the glass electrode method as previously described by the author for measurements of transient rates in photosynthesis is free of systematic errors. 2. Justification has been given for the use of the steady state-gas flow method for measuring rates of assimilation under...
The properties of the giant axon of the squid Loligo pealii were studied at different hydrostatic pressures from 14.7 to 16,000 psi. At 4000 psi the resting potential, the membrane resistance, membrane capacity, the conduction velocity, the amplitude of the action potential, and the maximal...
Phosphate can distribute in the cell wall space, but is not bound to an appreciable extent at the cell surface in non-metabolizing yeast. During metabolism of sugars, phosphate is actively transported into the yeast cell by a mechanism specifically involving glycolysis reactions. The movement of...
α,α-Trehalose, a sugar previously regarded as a product characteristic of certain lower plants, has been identified as a major blood sugar of insects. Trehalose has been isolated in pure form from the blood of pupae of the silk moth, Telea polyphemus , and has been recognized...
The osmotic effect arising across a porous membrane separating the solution of an electrolyte from water (or a more dilute solution) is ordinarily due to both normal osmosis, as it occurs also with non-electrolytes, and to "anomalous" osmosis. It is shown that the normal osmotic component cannot...
1. Intracellular injection of tetraethylammonium chloride (TEA) into a giant axon of the squid prolongs the duration of the action potential without changing the resting potential (Fig. 3). The prolongation is sometimes 100-fold or more. 2. The action potential of a giant axon treated with TEA...
The life cycle of the sea lamprey, Petromyzon marinus , includes two metamorphoses. At the end of a period spent as a blind larva, buried in the mud of streams, a first metamorphosis prepares it to migrate downstream to the sea or a lake for its growth phase. Then, following a second...
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