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Permeability of amoeba proteus to water
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The relationship between fermentation and enzymatic adaptation.
  • C. Fowler
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Biochimica et biophysica acta
  • 1951
Studies have been reported on the metabolism of a culture of E. coli passed from aerobiosis to anaerobiosis. During the first 30–40 minutes in the absence of air, there is no growth and no measurableExpand
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THE RELATION BETWEEN HYDROGEN-ION CONCENTRATION AND VOLUME, GEL/SOL RATIO AND ACTION OF THE CONTRACTILE VACUOLE IN AMOEBA PROTEUS
1. As the hydrogen-ion concentration decreases from pH 5.5 the volume of Amoeba proteus in solutions containing sodium as the only metallic ion increases to a maximum at pH 6.0, then decreases to aExpand
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The effects of calcium, temperature and phospholamban phosphorylation on the dynamics of the calcium-stimulated ATPase of canine cardiac sarcoplasmic reticulum.
Highly purified sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) has been prepared from dog hearts and has been incubated with the triplet probe erythrosinyl isothiocyanate to specifically label the Ca2+-stimulatedExpand
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THE EFFECT OF SODIUM, POTASSIUM AND CALCIUM IONS ON CHANGES IN VOLUME OF AMOEBA PROTEUS
1. If amoebae are transferred from modified Ringer solution (0.002 M, pH 6.8) to distilled water or to phosphate buffer solution containing respectively sodium, potassium and calcium as the onlyExpand
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