OXYGEN UTILIZATION IN THE SYMBIOSIS OF EMBRYOS OF THE SALAMANDER, AMBYSTOMA MACULATUM AND THE ALGA, OOPHILA AMBLYSTOMATIS

@article{Hutchison1958OXYGENUI,
  title={OXYGEN UTILIZATION IN THE SYMBIOSIS OF EMBRYOS OF THE SALAMANDER, AMBYSTOMA MACULATUM AND THE ALGA, OOPHILA AMBLYSTOMATIS},
  author={V. Hutchison and C. Hammen},
  journal={The Biological Bulletin},
  year={1958},
  volume={115},
  pages={483-489}
}
1. Oxygen consumption measurements were made on embryos of the salamander, Ambystoma maculatum, which develop within a gelatinous envelope usually inhabited by a unicellular green alga, Oophila amblystomatis, and numerous protozoa and bacteria.2. A comparison of embryos associated with the alga, and others of the same developmental stage but lacking visible signs of the alga, reveal that the former respire at a greater rate in both early and later stages.3. In darkness the oxygen consumption of… Expand
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