On the Heat Production and Oxidation Processes of the Echinoderm Egg During Fertilisation and Early Development

@inproceedings{ShearerOnTH,
  title={On the Heat Production and Oxidation Processes of the Echinoderm Egg During Fertilisation and Early Development},
  author={Cresswell Shearer}
}
In the following experiments an attempt is made to measure the heat liberation of the ovum on fertilisation and early development, and to correlate this with the amount of oxygen consumed and the carbon dioxide given off at the same time. New methods hitherto unused for this purpose have been employed. The question has already been investigated by Meyerhof (1) in an extensive paper published in 1911. He determined the heat production and the oxygen consumption of the egg of the sea-urchin… CONTINUE READING

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