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ANALYSIS OF TOCOPHEROL IN RHODOTORULA GLUTINIS, AGARICUS CAMPESTRIS, AND EUGLENA GRACILIS USING SPECTROFLUOROMETRY AND ROTIFER BIOASSAY
The tocopherol content of the yeast, Rhodotorula glutinis, was determined by spectrofluorometry and rotifer bioassay. Comparative tocopherol measurements were made on the mushroom, AgaricusExpand
Dietary tocopherol and sexual reproduction in the rotifers Brachionus calyciflorus and Asplanchna sieboldi.
Brachionus calyciflorus contained no detectable tocopherol (vitamin E) when cultured for long periods on the yeast Rhodotorula glutinis. Using a spectrofluorometric assay and the AsplanchnaExpand
Specificity of the α-tocopherol (Vitamin E) effect on lifespan and fecundity of bdelloid rotifers
Experiments were undertaken to determine molecular specificity of Vitamin E-effects on lifespan and fecundity in four bdelloid rotifers (Habrotrocha sp., Philodina sp., Pleuretra sp., and RotariaExpand
Specificity of the α-tocopherol (Vitamin E) effect on lifespan and fecundity of bdelloid rotifers
Experiments were undertaken to determine molecular specificity of Vitamin E-effects on lifespan and fecundity in four bdelloid rotifers (Habrotrocha sp., Philodina sp., Pleuretra sp., and RotariaExpand
Sexual reproduction in the rotifer Asplanchna girodi: Effects of tocopherol and population density†
Populations containing undetectable levels of tocopherol (< 6.78–20.83 ng per g dry weight rotifer) exhibited normal sexual reproduction, indicating that this species and probably also A. brightwelliExpand
Polymorphism in the rotiferAsplanchna sieboldi: Some chemical constituents of the saccate and campanulate females
No detectable differences in total protein, DNA, RNA and glycogen content were found between the morphologically and physiologically distinct saccate and campanulate morphotypes in one clone of theExpand
Assimilation and retention of tocopherol and chlorophylls in the rotifersBrachionus calyciflorus andAsplanchna sieboldi
Tocopherol (vitamin E) is selectively assimilated by the rotifersA. sieboldi andB. calyciflorus as compared to chlorophyll pigments, and is retained in these rotifers for longer periods than theExpand