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Brown, 1948), observations of growth were limited. , the buffer solutions used by Rieke (1949). This absence of growth is therefore not as yet to be taken very seriously. , if C 0 2 were not merely fixed, but further assimilated for growth, one gap between photosynthesis in bacteria and in green plants would be abridged. In Scenedesmus, de-adaptation to photoreduction, as measured by the evolution of oxygen, takes place when THE PHYTOFLAGELLATES 41 the light intensity exceeds 600 lux. But for Ghlamydomonas moewusii an intensity of at least 1,200 lux is required to restore 0 2 production and normal photosynthesis; from this standpoint C.
Flora 92, 49. von Brand, T. (1935). Ergeh. Biol. 12, 161. Van Niel, C. B. (1949). In Photosynthesis in P l a n t s , j ) p . 437-495. J . Franck and W. E. , The Iowa State College Press, Ames, Iowa. Winogradsky, S. (1888). Beiträge zur Morphologie und Physiologie der Bakterien. I. Zur Morphologie und Physiologie der Schwefelbakterien. Arthur Felix, Leipzig. The Phytoflagellates S. H. HUTNEB AND LUIGI PKOVASOLI Baskins Laboratories, New York It is better to ask some of the questions than to know all the answers.
See p. , 1948). The availability of Chilomonas paramecium, 48 S. H. HUTNER AND LUIGI PROVASOLI the colorless counterpart of the photosynthetic Cryptomonas, made this achievement possible; C. paramecium grows very densely in certain chemically defined simple media. The leucosin granules gave the starchiodine reaction only after boiling. It was estimated, from color reactions with iodine, that leucosin consists of approximately equal parts of amylopectin and amylose. The sole source of carbon used in this instance for growing the organisms was acetate.
Biochemistry and Physiology of Protozoa by André Lwoff