• Publications
  • Influence
Oxygen Uptake as Related to Body Size in Organisms
  • E. Zeuthen
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The Quarterly Review of Biology
  • 1 March 1953
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Linear increase in glycolytic activity through the cell cycle of schizosaccharomyces pombe.
The glycolytic activity of 3 different synchronous system in S. pombe was studied. Synchronous cultures were produced by a selection procedure, by cyclic heat treatment, or by cloning cells from anExpand
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Induction of synchronous cell division in mass cultures of Tetrahymena piriformis.
Abstract This preliminary report shows that, using intermittent heat treatment of mass cultures of Tetrahymena, 85 per cent of the cells can be induced to undergo division simultaneously. ThreeExpand
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Synchrony in Tetrahymena by heat shocks spaced a normal cell generation apart.
  • E. Zeuthen
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Experimental cell research
  • 1 September 1971
Abstract Repetitive synchrony in cultures of Tetrahymena pyriformis, amicronucleate strain GL, grown in proteose peptone, liver extract medium, can be induced and maintained with heat shocks similarExpand
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The buoyancy of plankton diatoms: a problem of cell physiology
Observations on pure cultures of diatoms and the results of centrifuge experiments showed that under optimal conditions the vegetative cells have the same specific gravity as sea water. The specificExpand
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Cartesian diver respirometer.
  • E. Zeuthen
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Biological bulletin
  • 1 April 1950
A Cartesian diver method which is specially adapted for following variations in respiratory rate of small objects is described. Accurate respiration measurements can be obtained every few inminutes.Expand
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Cell division and DNA replication in synchronous Tetrahymena cultures.
Several methods are available for the induction of synchronous cell divisions in pro- and eukaryote cells. The present article deals almost exclusively with the synchronization of the ciliateExpand
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The Comparative Physiology of Respiration
AMONG the very first of the physiological acts observed were those of respiration. The regular movements of breathing, from the first feeble efforts of the new-born babe until the sigh in the lastExpand
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Growth as related to the Cell Cycle in Single-cell Cultures of Tetrahymena piriformis
For single-cell cultures of Paramecium grown in capillaries, Giese (1945) found exponential multiplication to a 32–64-cell stage. This inspired the hope in the writer that synchronism of divisions inExpand
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