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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 three… Expand
CHLORELLIN, AN ANTIBACTERIAL SUBSTANCE FROM CHLORELLA.
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 of… Expand
 Disintegration of bacteria and small particles by high-pressure extrusion
Measurement and stabilization of activity of chloroplast material.
Possibilities in photosynthetic methods for production of oils and proteins
- H. W. Milner
- 1 August 1951
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 pigment… Expand
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 natural… Expand