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THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF CHLORELLA; EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS.
The purpose of the investigations here described was to determine to what extent the chemical composition of a plant can be altered by growing it under different environmental conditions. The threeExpand
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CHLORELLIN, AN ANTIBACTERIAL SUBSTANCE FROM CHLORELLA.
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The fatty acids of Chlorella.
  • H. W. Milner
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of biological chemistry
  • 1 November 1948
It has been found that the chemical composition of Chlorella pyrenoidosa varies over a wide range, depending on the environmental conditions selected for its growth. A description of the influence ofExpand
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Algae as Food
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Measurement and stabilization of activity of chloroplast material.
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Effect of Petroleum Ether Extraction and Readdition of Various Compounds on the Photochemical Activity of Isolated Chloroplasts.
The discovery in this laboratory by Lynch and French (1) that A3-carotene partially restores the photochemical activity lost by petroleum ether extraction of chloroplasts suggests that this pigmentExpand
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Photosynthesis in Climatic Races of Mimulus. I. Effect of Light Intensity and Temperature on Rate.
Turesson (14, 15, 16) demonstrated that species occurring in a wide range of climates are composed of genetically distinct races, and developed the concept that such races are products of naturalExpand
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