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Bioenergetics of the planktonic copepod Acartia tonsa: relation between feeding, egg production and respiration, and composition of specific dynamic action
Rates of clearance, ingestion, ammonia excretion, respiration and egg production were measured in food-acclimated (0 to 1700 W C 1-l) planktonic copepods Acartia tonsa in relation to foodExpand
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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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Oxygen Consumption of Castrated Females of the Blow-Fly, Calliphora Erythrocephala Meig
1. The oxygen uptake of castrated females of Calliphora was measured and found to be of the same order as that of the ‘operated controls’, i.e. females operated upon in the same way except that theirExpand
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Respiratory Studies on the Giant Amoeba Pelomyxa palustris1
. The large fresh-water microaerobic amoeba Pelomyxa palustris does not contain mitochondria, but three types of bacterial endosymbionts are always present. Thus, it is of interest in the discussionExpand
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Synchronous divisions in Tetrahymena pyriformis as studied in an inorganic medium; the effect of 2,4-dinitrophenol.
Abstract It is possible to maintain the synchronous division of Tetrahymena pyriformis on an inorganic medium, and thus on endogenous sources. The oxygen uptake for synchronized and normal log-phaseExpand
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Mitotic cycles in oxygen uptake and carbon dioxide output in the cleaving frog egg.
Rates of oxygen uptake and of carbon dioxide output of single cleaving frog eggs were measured at short intervals. A Cartesian diver modified for the purpose was used in conjunction with a sensitiveExpand
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The cell cycle and glycolytic activity of Schizosaccharomyces pombe synchronized in defined medium
Schizosaccharomyces pombe was grown in a chemically defined medium (EMM 2). Cell cycle synchrony was induced with 5 or 6 heat shocks (60min, 41°C) spaced a normal cell generation apart (140 min,Expand
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Some characteristics of growth in normal and synchronized populations of Tetrahymena pyriformis.
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Respiratory responses to dissolved food of starved, normal and division-synchronized Tetrahymena cells.
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