The Cell Sap of Hydrodictyon

Abstract

Analysis of the cell sap of Hydrodictyon patenaeforme Pocock, from California indicates the usual marked accumulation of potassium, which is 4000 times as concentrated as in the surrounding pond water. Small amounts of sodium and calcium were found. Chloride makes up about three-fourths of the anions, with a very high sulfate, and much lower bicarbonate… (More)

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@article{Blinks1940TheCS, title={The Cell Sap of Hydrodictyon}, author={L. R. Blinks and John P. Nielsen}, journal={The Journal of General Physiology}, year={1940}, volume={23}, pages={551 - 559} }