E. M. East

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It is shown (1) that Valonia and Halicystis cells exhibit varying degrees of tolerance to injections of animal peptone, animal proteose, crystallized egg albumen, and diphtheria toxin; (2) that Valonia cells display decreased tolerance to egg albumen in increasing dosages, although Halicystis is completely tolerant of the highest dosage used; (3) that the(More)
From the results of these tests it is clear that both Halicystis and Valonia have a high degree of tolerance for animal peptone, and a very high degree of tolerance for animal proteose and for egg albumen. The products of bacterial growths fostered by these proteins have a deleterious effect upon both species of algae; but, if it were possible to prevent(More)
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