4 edition of Submicroscopic morphology of protoplasm. found in the catalog.
Submicroscopic morphology of protoplasm.
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|Statement||[English translation by May Hollander]|
|LC Classifications||QH591 .F72 1953|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 411 p.|
|Number of Pages||411|
|LC Control Number||52005659|
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Get this from a library. Submicroscopic morphology of protoplasm. [Albert Frey-Wyssling; May Hollander Selborne] -- Introduces submicroscopic morphology as a new branch of general morphology.
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Publication date Topics Chemistry, Physical and theoretical, Morphology, Protoplasm Publisher Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print write-mypaperforme.com: This translation from the second German edition of an exceedingly fine book presents a study of submicroscopic morphology.
The author correlates the data available on submicroscopic structure of protoplasm with known chemical structures and phenomena and their inherent physical properties.
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The book is rather extensive in scope for the average medical and veterinary student concerned with an already crowded curriculum, but for those particularly interested in the subject the discursive Cited by: Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): write-mypaperforme.comg (external link)Author: Sanford L.
Palay. The ergastoplasm appears to be part of the system described as the endoplasmic reticulum. This latter structure was described by Porter and Thompson in a paper in on electron-microscope studies of a chick macrophage (see Fig. 24).The macrophage, when very thinly spread out, showed that the cytoplasm was everywhere permeated by a tenuous network that they described as a lacelike reticulum.
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Booij, H. Bungenberg de Jong. Author(s): Frey-Wyssling,Albert,; Mühlethaler,K, Title(s): Ultrastructural plant cytology: with an introduction to molecular biology/ by A.
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Submicroscopic Morphology of Protoplasm and Its De rivatives. Frey-Wyssling. Translated by DB. HERMANS (Gronigen, Netherlands) and Miss M. HOLLANDER(Selborne, England). New York, Amster. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.
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Techniques of electron microscopy have made notable advances since the volume on Submicroscopic Morphology of Protoplasm was published in [cf. XXIII, p. ] and the present volume is designed as an extension of the first. The subject demands a knowledge of physics not necessarily possessed by many biological readers and the requisite background is provided in a digestible form in the Cited by: The first edition of his book, the Submicroscopic morphology of protoplasm, which marks the beginning of cytological research beyond the resolution power of the light microscope, was published half a century ago in Indeed, Frey-Wyssling was the most prominent of pioneers who endeavoured to elucidate the fine structure of plant cells many.
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