B. G. Wilkes

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1. A method is given whereby the course of hydrolysis of sucrose by live yeast cells may be followed with precision equal to that found when invertase solutions prepared from autolyzed yeast are used to cause inversion. 2. The practical value of the equation of Nelson and Hitchcock as a means of following the course of enzymic hydrolysis of sucrose is(More)
1. The relationship of sucrose and water concentration to invertase activity in vivo and in vitro has been studied under the same environmental conditions. 2. The sucroclastic activity of S. cerevisiae cells and of invertase solutions prepared from them reacts to changes in sucrose and water concentration in an identical manner. 3. The invertase contained(More)
1. The pH-activity relationship of invertase has been studied in vivo and in vitro under identical external environmental conditions. 2. The effect of changing (H(+)) upon the sucroclastic activity of living cells of S. cerevisiae and of invertase solutions obtained therefrom has been found, within experimental error, to be identical. 3. The region of(More)
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