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- J. Randall
THE origin and excellence of the Radiation Laboratory Series of monographs is now Well known, and can need little in the Way of introduction to the physicists and engineers on both sides of the…
Phosphorescence and electron traps - I. The study of trap distributions
The fundamental connexion between thermoluminescence, phosphorescence and electron traps in solids has been investigated. Thermoluminescence and long-period phosphorescence arise from the release of…
Genetic control of flagellar structure in Chlamydomonas reinhardii
In order to gain some understanding of the genetic control of flagella structure, the approach has been to search for mutant strains with structural abnormalities of these organelles in the related species, C. moewusii, by screening for mutants with impaired motility.
Fine Structure and Function in Stentor polymorphus
Two structural features extending throughout the length of the animal have been identified per cortical stripe in the body wall of Stentor; two structural features lying just beneath the pellicle are identical with the birefringent fibres observed in the living animal.
- J. Randall
THIS volume of the well-known Radiation Laboratory Series is primarily concerned with high-power pulse generators, or modulators as they are generally termed in Britain. The general policy with…
Brillouin scattering, density and elastic properties of the lens and cornea of the eye
Estimates of the real and imaginary parts M′ and M″ of the longitudinal bulk modulus have been made for the first time and offer opportunities for probing the lens and its proteins topographically as a function of growth.
X-ray diffraction studies of collagen fibres
It is shown that the high-angle pattern could be improved if the collagen fibre were held under tension while in the X-ray camera and the main features of this pattern are described.
The flagellar apparatus as a model organelle for the study of growth and morphopoiesis
- J. Randall
- BiologyProceedings of the Royal Society of London…
- 15 April 1969
In the present investigations the methods and techniques of genetics, of optical and electron microscopy (in conjunction with optical diffraction studies of electron micrographs), radioautography and, to some extent, biochemistry have been used.
Historical notes on the cavity magnetron
number.of exciting names; but it was to be a nuclear physics laboratory wi t‘h a 60-in cyclotron and not a microwave laboratory. In fsct there was really no interest in microwaves until the SUI:EImer…
Phosphorescence and electron traps II. The interpretation of long-period phosphorescence
This paper is concerned with the measurement and theory of long-period phosphorescence in solids. The delayed emission is, in such cases, due to the time electrons spend in traps or metastable states…