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Ferreira, D.Almeida, R. 1949: Ligeiras notas sobre Ithomiidae da America do Sul. Anales del Instituto de Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico 20(1-2): 393-397
Pourcelle, V.; Freichels, Hélène.; Stoffelbach, Fçois.; Auzély-Velty, R.; Jérôme, C.; Marchand-Brynaert, J. 2010: Light induced functionalization of PCL-PEG block copolymers for the covalent immobilization of biomolecules. Biomacromolecules 10(4): 966-974
Željko P.S.ojanovi?; Katarina Jeremi?; Slobodan Jovanovi?; Wolfgang Nierling; M.D.eter Lechner 2009: Light Scattering and Viscosity Investigation of Dilute Aqueous Solutions of Carboxymethyl Starch. Starch - Stärke 61(3-4): 199-205
Chordikian, F.; Abood, L.G.; Howard, N. 1966: Light absorbance changes in pure mitochondria and other particulates of rat brain. Journal of Neurochemistry 13(10): 945-954
Scheler, W. 1960: Light absorption and equilibria of Tubifex methemoglobin. Acta Biol Et Med Ger 4: 26-34
Scheler, W.; Schoffa, G.; Jung, F. 1957: Light absorption and paramagnetic susceptibility of the derivatives of horse and Chironomus methemoglobins and of horse metmyoglobin. Biochemische Zeitschrift 329(3): 232-246
Aronoff, S. 1952: Light Absorption by Chlorophyll at High Concentrations. Plant Physiology 27(2): 413-416
Denton, E.J. 1961: Light absorption by the intact retina. L A Sayce, Chairman Visual problems of color Symposium Vol I p 181-191
Motais, R. 1957: Light absorption by the lens of great depth fishes. Bulletin Inst Ocianogr Monaco 1094: 1-47
Kharin, S.E. 1963: Light absorption by the reversible colloids of sugar production. Izvest Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii Pishchevaya Technol 33(2): 40-41
Porter, J.W. 1946: Light absorption studies on feather pigments before and after pepsin digestion. Poultry Sci: 412
Greppin, H.; Gouda, S.; Schorer, E. 1965: Light action on Pseudomonas fluorescens colonies. Arch Science geneva 18(3): 646-648
Kihachiro, U.; Muramatsu, I.; Makita, M.1 1957: Light activation of flavine compounds. Bitamin 13: 261-264
Tolbert, N.E.; Burris, R.H. 1950: Light activation of the plant enzyme which oxidizes glycolic acid. Journal of Biological Chemistry 186(2): 791-804
Bartley, S.H. 1957: Light adaptation and brightness enhancement. Perceptual and Motor Skills 7: 85-92
Onley, J.W. 1961: Light adaptation and the brightness of brief foveal stimuli. Journal of the Optical Society of America 51: 667-673
Wright, W.D. 1939: Light Adaptation at the Fovea for Normal Eyes. British Journal of Ophthalmology 23(1): 51-67
Ryther, J.H.; Menzel, D.W. 1959: Light adaptation by marine phytoplankton. Limnol And Oceanogr 4(4): 492-497
Steemann Nielsen, E.; Hansen, V.K. 1959: Light adaptation in marine phyto-plankton populations and its interrelation with temperature. Physiol Plantarum 12(2): 353-370
Glantz, R.M. 1968: Light adaptation in the photo receptor of the crayfish procambarus clarki abstract inst micro electrode. American Zoologist 8(4): 774
Mukhin, E.N.; Akulova, E.A. 1966: Light adaptation of the mechanism of photoreduction of NADP by chloroplasts. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 169(3): 699-702
Wick, R.L.; Roberts, L.B.; Ashe, W.F. 1963: Light Aircraft Noise Problems. Aerospace Medicine 34: 1133-1137
Rommelfanger, K.S.; Mitrano, D.A.; Smith, Y.; Weinshenker, D. 2008: Light and electron microscopic localization of alpha-1 adrenergic receptor immunoreactivity in the rat striatum and ventral midbrain. Neuroscience 158(4): 1530-1540
Tienthai, P.; Sajjarengpong, K.; Techakumphu, M. 2009: Light and scanning electron microscopic studies of oviductal epithelium in Thai swamp buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) at the follicular and luteal phases. Reproduction in Domestic Animals 44(3): 450-455
Rome, E. 1967: Light and X-ray diffraction studies of the filament lattice of glycerol-extracted rabbit psoas muscle. Journal of Molecular Biology 27(3): 591-602
Gigon, A. 1929: Light and carbohydrate metabolism. Strahlentherapie 34(3): 592-597
Hesketh, J.; Baker, D. 1967: Light and carbon assimilation by plant communities. Crop Sci 7(4): 285-293
Bech, R. 1965: Light and color reactions of Lygus species. Biol Zentralbl 84(5): 635-640
Hunt, R.W.G. 1952: Light and dark adaptation and the perception of color. Journal of the Optical Society of America 42(3): 190-199
Hartline, H.K.; McDONALD, P.R. 1947: Light and dark adaptation of single photoreceptor elements in the eye of Limulus. Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology 30(3): 225-253
Dugdale, R.C.; Wallace, J.T. 1960: Light and dark bottle experiments in Alaska. Limnol And Oceanogr 5(2): 230-231
Losada, M.; Ramírez, J.M.; Paneque, A.; Del Campo, F.F. 1965: Light and dark reduction of nitrate in a reconstituted chloroplast system. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 109(1): 86-96
Fustec, M.thon, Eliane; Mathon, C.Charles 1958: Light and development. Influence of the long waves gradiation on the formation of the epis of the Graminae. Bull Soc Bot France 105(7/8): 323-332
Cumming, B.G.; Hay, J.R. 1958: Light and dormancy in wild oats. Nature 182(4635): 609-610
Pirani, C.L.; Pollak, V.E.; Lannigan, R.; Nettles, J.B.; Stein, P. 1961: Light and electromicroscopic studies of the renal lesions in toxemia of pregnancy with observations on some clinicopathologic relationships. Pathologia et Microbiologia 24: 586-594
Devine, R.L.; Powers, E.L.; Tahmisian, T.N. 1956: Light and electron microscope studies of morphological changes of mitochondria during spermatogenesis in the grasshopper. Journal of Biophysical and Biochemical Cytology 2(4 Suppl): 325-330
Lundin, P.M.; Schelin, U. 1964: Light and Electron Microscopic Studies on Thyrotrophic Pituitary Adenomas in the Mouse. Laboratory Investigation; A Journal of Technical Methods and Pathology 13: 62-68
Lannigan, R.; Insley, J. 1965: Light and Electron Microscope Appearances in Renal Biopsy Material from Cases of Recurrent Haematuria in Children. Journal of Clinical Pathology 18: 178-187
Franke, H. 1956: Light and electron microscope investigations of the fine structure of mitochondria from lymphocytes of Periplaneta. Biol Zentralb 75(7/8): 421-450
Bell, M. 1964: Light and electron microscope observations on enzyme-catalyzed hydrolysis of thio-substituted carboxylic acids. Anat Rec 148(2): 259
Kluss, Byron Curtis 1958: Light and electron microscope observations on the photogenic organ of the firefly, Photuris pennsylvanica, with special reference to the________ innervation. J Morphl 103(1): 159-185
Kluss, B.C. 1957: Light and electron microscope observations on the photogenic organs of the firefly. Photuris Pennsylvania De Geer, with special reference to the innervation. Dissertation Abstracts 17(9): 2095-2096
Seshadrl, K.M.M.P.yak; Mehta, S.C. 1964: Light and electron microscope observations on zoospores of Pythium aphanidermatum. Indian J Exp Biol 2(4): 178-180
Marcenko, E. 1961: Light and electron microscope research on the thermal alga Mastigocladus laminosus. Acta Bot Croat 20/21: 47-74, /62
Takeya, K.; Koike, M.; Mori, R.; Yuda, Y.; Toda, T. 1959: Light and electron microscope studies of Mycobacterium-mycobacteriophage interactions. II. Electron microscope studies. Journal of Bacteriology 78: 313-319
Takeya, K.; Mori, R.; Nakashima, N.; Koike, M.; Toda, T. 1959: Light and electron microscope studies of Mycobacterium-mycobacteriophage interactions. I. Light microscope studies. Journal of Bacteriology 78: 307-312
Yumoto, T.; Dmochowski, L. 1967: Light and electron microscope studies of organs and tissues of SJL-J strain mice with reticulum cell neoplasms resembling Hodgkin's disease. Cancer Research 27(11): 2098-2112
Yumoto, T.; Dmochowski, L. 1967: Light and electron microscope studies of organs and tissues of the New Zealand black strain mice with lymphoid leukemia and autoimmune disease. CANCER RES 27(11 Part 1): 2083-2097
Scott, F.M.; Sjaholm, V.; Bowler, E. 1959: Light and electron microscope studies of primary xylem. Congr Internatl Bot 9th 2: 351
Dougherty, W.J.; Lee, M.M. 1967: Light and electron microscope studies of smooth endoplasmic reticulum in dividing rat hepatic cells. Journal of Ultrastructure Research 19(1): 200-220
Dawes, C.J.; Bowler, E. 1959: Light and electron microscope studies of the cell wall structure of the root hairs of Raphanus sativus. American Journal of Botany 46(8): 561-565
Un, H. 1961: Light and electron microscope studies of the subcommiasural organ. Jour Formosan Medassoc 60(12): 1072-1073
Holzl, J.; Bancher, E. 1965: Light and electron microscope studies of wheat and potato starch. Qualitas Plant Mater Vegetabiles 12(1): 96-117
Suwa, K. 1962: Light and Electron Microscope Studies on the Age Changes of the Ultrastructural Density of Collagenous Fibrils in Human Aortic Media Employing three Kinds of Acidic Dyes. Acta Medicinae Okayama 16: Suppl: 15-27
Carpenter, Stanley John 1965: Light and electron microscope studies on the choroid plexuses of Necturus maculosus. Dissertation Abstracts: 5453
Sekhon, Sant Singh 1963: Light and electron microscope studies on the digestive tract of Melanoplus differentialis with special reference to the hind gut. Dissertation Abstracts 23(10): 3601-3602
Suwa, K. 1962: Light and electron microscope studies on the entrance of colloidal iron and silver nitrate into the tunica media across the endothelium of elastic arteries in rabbits. ACTA MED OKAYAMA 16(6 Suppl): 55-67
Suwa, K.; Machida, S.; Nakamura, T. 1962: Light and electron microscope studies on the mode and route of the entrance of colloidal substances into the media through intima of the elastic arteries in rabbits at the proximal and distal portions near the ligated segment. ACTA MED OKAYAMA 16(6 Suppl): 69-79
Fukui, H. 1968: Light and electron microscope studies on the nucleo protein appearing in the cytoplasm. Journal of Nara Medical Association 19(2): 189-199
Kessel, R.G. 1962: Light and electron microscope studies on the pericardial cells of nymphal and adult grasshoppers, Melanoplus differentialis dlfferentialis~. Jour Morphol 110(1): 79-103
Kessel, R.G. 1960: Light and electron microscope studies on the pericardial cells of the adult grasshopper, Melanoplus differentialis differentialis Thomas. Anat Rec 137(3): 371-372
Scott, F.M.; Sjaholm, V.; Bowler, E. 1960: Light and electron microscope studies on the primary xylem of RICINUS COMMUNIS. American Journal of Botany 47(3): 162-173
Beams, H.W.; Anderson, E. 1957: Light and electron microscope studies on the striated border of the intestinal epithelial cells of insects. J Morph 100(3): 601-619
Sun, C.N. 1961: Light and electron microscope studies on the variegated Abutilon leaves. American Journal of Botany 48(6 Pt 2): 537
Dawes, C.J.; Scott, F.M.; Bowler, E. 1960: Light and electron microscope study of cell walls of brown and red algae. Science 132(3440): 1663-1664
Soto Escalona, A.; Castejon, E. 1968: Light and electron microscope study of cultured bhk 21 cells. Acta Cientifica Venezolana 19(1): 12
Maunsbach, A.B.; Madden, S.C.; Latta, H. 1962: Light and electron microscopic changes in proximal tubules of rats after administration of glucose, mannitol, sucrose, or dextran. Laboratory Investigation; A Journal of Technical Methods and Pathology 11: 421-432
Welsh, R.A. 1962: Light and electron microscopic correlation of the periodic acid-Schiff reaction in the human plasma cell. American Journal of Pathology 40: 285-296
Searls, J.C. 1967: Light and electron microscope evaluation of changes induced in odontoblasts of the rat incisor by the high-speed drill. Journal of Dental Research 46(6): 1344-1355
Tsoumis, G. 1965: Light and electron microscopic evidence on the structure of the membrane of bordered pits in tracheids of conifers. Proceedings of the Advanced Science Seminar on cellular ultrastructure of woody plants, 20-26 September, 1964, Upper Saranac Lake, N Y 305-317
Mix, M. 1966: Light and electron microscopic investigations in Desmidiaceae. XII. On the fine structure in cell walls and microfibrils of some Desmidiaceae of the Cosmarium type. Arch Mikrobiol 55(2): 116-133
Huger, A. 1961: Light and electron microscopic investigations of a new haplosporidiosis of Tipula paludosa. Progr Protozool Proceedings Int Congress Protozool 1: 506-509, (89)-(92)
Lorand, F.; Bela, L.; Tiborne, N. 1964: Light and electron microscopic investigations of the cell wall of Charophyceae. Bot Kozle Menyek 51(4): 211-215
Beck, S. 1963: Light and electron microscopic investigations on a spore-forming member of the Cyanophyceae from the Pleurocapsa fuliginosa complex. Flora Allg Botany Zeitung Jena 153(2): 194-216
Schnepf, E. 1965: Light and electron microscopic investigations on the hydathodes in Cicer arietinum. Z Pflanzenphysiol 53(3): 245-254
Ghidoni, J.J.; Goldberg, A.F. 1966: Light and electron microscopic localization of acid phosphatase activity in human eosinophils. American Journal of Clinical Pathology 45(4): 402-405
Mizutani, A. 1967: Light and electron microscopic localization of ornithine carbamoyltransferase activity in liver mitochondria of rat and mouse. Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry: Official Journal of the Histochemistry Society 15(10): 603-604
Antonovych, T.T.; Aikawa, M. 1963: Light and electron microscopic observation in hereditary nephropathy: A preliminary report. Lab Invest 12(8): 857-858
Dutta, C.R.; Siegesmund, K.A.; Fox, C.A. 1963: Light and electron microscopic observations of an intranucleolar body in nerve cells. Jour Ultrastructure Res 8(5/6): 542-551
Good, C.H.; Horrigan, T.P. 1963: Light and electron microscopic observations of dense cytoplasmlc extensions into the nuclei of certain nerve cells. Anat Rec 145(2): 233
Kelly, R.E. 1964: Light and electron microscopic observations of elastic fiber formation in the hyperplastic intima following ligation. Anat Rec 148(2): 299
Welsh, R.A.; Correa, P.; Herran, R. 1963: Light and electron microscopic observations of scleroma. Experimental and Molecular Pathology 2: 93-101
Eisenstark, A. 1949: Light and electron microscopic observations of the bacterial nucleus. Proceedings Oklahoma Acad Sci: 16
Umahara, Y.; Shibasaki, S. 1968: Light and electron microscopic observations on the brown adipose tissue in bat rhinolophus ferrum equinum. Acta Anatomica Nipponica 43(4):
Leeson, T.S.; Leeson, C.R.land 1963: Light and electron microscopic observations on the chick chorio-allantois. Anat Rec 145(2): 253
Fine, B.S.; Zimmerman, L.E. 1963: Light and electron microscopic observations on the ciliary epithelium in man and rhesus monkey, with particular reference to the base of the vitreous body. Invest Ophthalmol 2(2): 105-137
Hoffman, L.R. 1963: Light and electron microscopic observations on the flagellated cells of Oedogonium. American Journal of Botany 50(6 Pt 2): 630
Norton, W.L.; Lewis, D.; Ziff, M. 1966: Light and electron microscopic observations on the synovitis of Reiter's disease. Arthritis and Rheumatism 9(6): 747-757
Ito, T.; Hoshino, T. 1966: Light and electron microscopic observations on the vascular pattern of the thymus of the mouse. Archivum Histologicum Japonicum 27(1): 351-361
Drawert, Horst; Mix, M. 1961: Light and electron microscopic studies of Desmidiaceae. IV. Contributions to the electron microscopic structure of the interphase nucleus of Micrasterias rotata. ZEIT NATURFORSCH 16b(8): 546-551
Mudd, S.; Hillier, J.; Beutner, E.H.; Hartman, P.E. 1953: Light and electron microscopic studies of Escherichia coli-coliphage interactions. II. The electron microscopic cytology of the E. coli B-T2 system. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 10(1): 153-179
Hartman, P.E.; Mudd, S.; Hillier, J.; Beutner, E.H. 1953: Light and electron microscopic studies of Escherichia coli-coliphage interactions. III. Persistence of mitochrondria and reductase activity during infection of Escherichia coli B with T2 phage. Journal of Bacteriology 65(6): 706-714
Kurtz, S.M.; Davis, T.D.; Ruffin, J.M. 1962: Light and electron microscopic studies of Whipple's disease. Laboratory Investigation; a Journal of Technical Methods and Pathology 11: 653-665
Yamazaki, M. 1965: Light and electron microscopic studies of kidneys in toxemia of pregnancy by means of renal biopsy. Tohoku J Exp Med 87(3/4): 205-221
Revel, J.P.; Hay, E.D. 1964: Light and electron microscopic studies of mucopolysaccharides in developing amphibian and mammalian cartilage. Anat Rec 148(2): 326
Van Krey, H.P.; Ogasawara, F.X.; Pangborn, J. 1967: Light and electron microscopic studies of possible sperm gland emptying mechanisms. Poultry Science 46(1): 69-78
Kobayashi, O.; Wada, H.; Watanabe, K.; Sakuma, T. 1961: Light and electron microscopic studies of renal biopsy specimens taken from nephrotic children with prolonged remission. Acta Medica et Biologica 9: 105-116
Job, J.M.; Kurtz, S.M. 1963: Light and electron microscopic studies of small bowel mucosa in low protein induced steatorrhea. American Journal of PATHOL 43(1): 23a-24a
Danneel, R.; Wendt, E. 1964: Light and electron microscopic studies of the direct and indirect radiation effect on chick embryos. Atompraxis 10(9/10): 434-436
Fletcher, J.R. 1964: Light and Electron Microscopic Studies of the effect of Reserpine on the Adrenal Medulla of the Guinea Pig. Experimental Cell Research 36: 579-591
Faehrmann, W.; Schuchardt, E. 1966: Light and electron microscopic studies of the epididymal tract epithelium of the rat before and after sexual maturation. Mikroskopisch Anat Forsch 74(3): 337-362
Lillywhite, J.W. 1964: Light and electron microscopic studies of the fate of buffy coat cells in subcutaneously implanted diffusion chambers. J DENT RES 43(5 Pt 2): 845
Middelkamp, J.N.; Patrizi, G.; Reed, C.A. 1967: Light and electron microscopic studies of the guinea pig cytomegalovirus. Journal of Ultrastructure Research 18(1): 85-101
Heinrich, G. 1966: Light and electron microscopic studies of the origin of excretion inthe lyslgenous excretion cavities of Citrus medica. Flora Allg Bot Zeitung 156(5): 451-456
Girbardt, M. 1961: Light and electron microscopic studies on Polystictus versicolor. V. The question of nuclear staining with iron-hematoxylin. Flora Allg Bot Zeitung 150(2/3): 427-440
Schelin, U.; Lundin, P.M.; Bartholdson, L. 1964: Light and Electron Microscopic Studies on An Autonomous Stilbestrol-Induced Pituitary Tumor in Rats. Endocrinology 75: 893-900
Krieg, A. 1955: Light and electron microscopic studies on the pathology of the Lorscher disease of grubs of the cockchafer and on the cytology of Rickettsia melolonthae nov spec. Zeitschr Naturforsch: 34-37
Ito, S. 1962: Light and electron microscopic study of membranous cytoplasmic organelles. R J C Harris, Editor Symposia of the International Society for Cell Biology Vol I The Interpretation of Ultrastructure p 129-148
Ghidoni, J.J. 1967: Light and electron microscopic study of primate liver 36 to 48 hours after high doses of 32-million-electron-volt protons. Laboratory Investigation; A Journal of Technical Methods and Pathology 16(2): 268-286
Kozart, D.M. 1968: Light and electron microscopic study of regional morphologic differences in the processes of the ciliary body in the rabbit. Investigative Ophthalmology 7(1): 15-33
Alexandre Lobo-da-Cunha; Elsa Oliveira; Ângela Alves; Rita Coelho; Gonçalo Calado 2010: Light and electron microscopic study of the anterior oesophagus of Bulla striata Mollusca, Opisthobranchia. Acta Zoologica 91(2): 125-138
Dressler, M. 1968: Light and electron microscopic study of the malpighian corpuscles of galerucella viburni chrysomelidae. Zeitschrift für Wissenschaftliche Zoologie 178(1-2): 40-71
Schulze, P.; Liebermann, H.; Hantschel, H.; Bartha, A.; Juhasz, M. 1967: Light and electron microscopical examinations of a new bovine herpes virus. Arch Exp Veterinarmed 21(3): 747-759
Schelin, U. 1962: Light and electron microscopical studies on pituitary adenomas in acromegaly. Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica. Suppl Suppl 154: 89-90
Preusser, H.J. 1958: Light and electron microscopical studies on the flagella of Proteus vulgaris. Arch Mikrobiol 29(1): 1-16
Lundin, M.; Schelin, U. 1962: Light and electron microscopical studies on the pituitary in Stilbol-treated rats. Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica 54: 66-74
Ljungkvist, H.I. 1967: Light and electron microscopical study of the effect of oestrogen on the chicken oviduct. Acta Endocrinologica 56(3): 391-402
Griffin, J.L. 1963: Light and electron microscopy of Ameba membranes. Jour Cell Biol 19(2): 29a-30a
Girbardt, M. 1960: Light and electron microscopy of P. versicolor. I. The water content of the hyaloplasm of vegetative cells. Ber Deutsch Bot Ges 73(6): 227-240
Reinius, W. 1965: Light and electron microscopy of Reichert's membrane, endoderm and trophoectoderm during early egg implantation in the mouse. J Ultrastruct Res 12(1/2): 242
Kimura, R.; Shimizu, T.; Ozaki, Y. 1952: Light and electron microscopy of Rickettsia mooseri in the infected tissue cultures. Virus kyoto Univ 2(4): 249-251
Rubio, M.; Van Slogteren, D.H.M. 1956: Light and electron microscopy of X-bodies associated with broad-bean mottle virus and Phaseolus virus 2. Phytopath 46(7): 401-402
Vilar, O.; Christian, J.J. 1967: Light and electron microscopy of adrenocorticotrophin-induced renal glomerular disease in mice. Laboratory Investigation; A Journal of Technical Methods and Pathology 17(6): 645-659
Ortega, P. 1966: Light and electron microscopy of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane poisoning in the rat liver. Lab Invest 15(4): 657-679
Rubio-Huertos, M. 1962: Light and electron microscopy of inclusion bodies associated with petunia ringspot virus. Virology 18: 337-342
Bockman, D.E.; Winborn, W.B. 1966: Light and electron microscopy of intestinal ferrltln absorption. Observations in sensitized and nonsensitized hamsters. Anat Rec 155(4): 603-622
Cohen, S.; Sweet, A.Y.; Churg, W.M.utner Jacob; Grishman, E. 1960: Light and electron microscopy of lead nephropathy Transactions of the Society for Pediatric Research, Thirtieth Annual Meeting, Swampscott, Massachusetts, May 1960. American Journal of Diseases of Children 100(4): 559-560
Arison, R.N.; Ciaccio, E.I.; Glitzer, M.S.; Cassaro, J.A.; Pruss, M.P. 1967: Light and electron microscopy of lesions in rats rendered diabetic with streptozotocin. Diabetes 16(1): 51-56
Ogilvie, R.F.; Sabour, M.S.; Horne, N.W. 1965: Light and electron microscopy of prednisolone-induced nephropathy in rabbits. Diabetes 14(9): 595-605
Ortega, P. 1962: Light and electron microscopy of rat liver after feeding with DDT. In: 46th Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, New Jersey, April 1962. Federation Proceedings 21(2): 306
Winborn, W.B. 1963: Light and electron microscopy of the islets of Langerhans of the monkey pancreas. Anat Rec 145(2): 300-301
Hartley, M.W.; Miller, R.E.; Lupton, C.H. 1963: Light and electron microscopy of the kidney in a case of Fabry's disease. Lab Invest 12(8): 850
Iwamoto, T. 1964: Light and Electron Microscopy of the Presumed Elastic Components of the Trabeculae and Scleral Spur of the Human Eye. Investigative Ophthalmology 3: 144-156
Rubio-Huertos, M.; Vela-Cornejo, A. 1966: Light and electron microscopy of virus inclusions in Amaranthus lividus cells. Protoplasma 62(2): 184-193
Lobo-da-Cunha, A.; Ferreira, I.; Coelho, R.; Calado, Gçalo. 2009: Light and electron microscopy study of the salivary glands of the carnivorous opisthobranch Philinopsis depicta (Mollusca, Gastropoda). Tissue and Cell 41(5): 367-375
Kats, L.N.; Pavlova, I.B. 1965: Light and electron microscopy used in a study of the effect of enzymes on the bacterial cell. Mikrobiologiya 34(5): 845-850
Haydon, G.B. 1968: Light and electron optical simulation of biological fine structure abstract inst electron micrograph. Journal of Cell Biology 39(2 PT 2): 60A
Han, S.S.; Avery, J.K. 1964: Light and electron-microscope observations of connective tissue growing into sponge implants. J DENT RES 43(5 Pt 2): 852
West, J.A. 1962: Light and electron-microscope studies of the coccolithophorid Cricosphaera carterae Braarud and Fagerland. American Journal of Botpt 2: 673
Zapf, K. 1953: Light and electron-microscopic investigations on the simulta-neous effect of sonic vibration and penicillin on B. coli. Zentralbl Bakt Abt I Orig 159(6/7): 436-453
Nasseri, M.; Bucherl, E.S.; Wolff, J. 1967: Light and electron-microscopic studies of structural changes in the lung of the rat exposed to hyperbaric oxygen. Virchows Arch Pathol Anat Physiol Klin Med 342(2): 190-198
Kortge, P.; Palme, G.; Merker, H.J. 1961: Light and electronmicroscopic investigations of glomeruli in nephrosis of the rat induced by aminonucleoside. Zeit Ges Exptl Med 135(2): 167-182
Hackensellner, H.A.; David, H.; Uerlings, I. 1965: Light and electronmicroscopic studies on twice ligated arteries.. Acta Biol Med Ger 14(1): 34-51
Kortge, P.; Merker, H.J.; Palme, G.; Blum, K.U. 1963: Light and electronmicroscopic tubular changes in the nephrosis of the rat due to amino-nucleoside. Zeit Ges Exptl Med 137(3): 276-293
Zypen, E.; Piekarski, G. 1967: Light and electronmicroscopical observations of dying toxoplasmas under natural condition. Zentralblatt für Bakteriologie Parasitenkunde Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene. Erste Abteilung Originale 203(2): 232-245
Resende, F. 1948: Light and florescence, rhizogenic inhibitors. Bol Soc Portuguesa Cienc Nat 16(1/2): 188-190
Korb, G.; Totovic, V. 1963: Light and fluorescent microscopic findings in cardiac muscle after an acute, brief attack of coronary insufficiency. Arch Pathol Anat U Physiol 336(5): 475-484
Robbins, W.J.; Hervey, A. 1959: Light and formation of basidiospores by Poria ambigua. Congr Internatl Bot 9th 2: 330-331
Shlyk, A.A.; Vlasenok, L.I.; Stanishevskaya, E.M.; Nikolaeva, G.N. 1962: Light and formation of chlorophyll in green leaves. Priroda ussr 51(12): 91-94
Ling, H. 1968: Light and fruiting in Didymium iridis. Mycologia 60(4): 966-970
J.H.Priestley 1926: Light and growth II On the anatomy of etiolated plants. New Phytologist 25(3): 145-170
J.H.Priestley 1926: Light and growth III An interpretation of phototropic growth curvatures. New Phytologist 25(4): 213-226
Priestley, J.H. 1926: Light and growth IV An examination of the phototropic mechanism concerned in the curvature of coleoptiles of the Gramineae. New Phytol: 227-247
Vaughan, J.H.; Jacox, R.F.; Gray, B.A. 1967: Light and heavy chain components of gamma globulins in urines of normal persons and patients with agammaglobulinemia. Journal of Clinical Investigation 46(2): 266-279
Roth, R.H.; Stjärne, L.; Bloom, F.E.; Giarman, N.J. 1968: Light and heavy norepinephrine storage particles in the rat heart and in bovine splenic nerve. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 162(2): 203-212
Ellenwood, C.W.; Fowler, T.E. 1944: Light and heavy pruning, compared with no pruning of apples. Ohio Agric Expt Sta Bimo Bull 29(229): 219-227
Lockhart, J.A. 1963: Light and hormones in plant development. American Biol Teacher 25(2): 110-112
Shiffman, S. 2009: Light and intermittent smokers: background and perspective. Nicotine and Tobacco Research: Official Journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco 11(2): 122-125
Tong, E.K.; Nguyen, T.; Vittinghoff, E.; Pérez-Stable, E.J. 2009: Light and intermittent smoking among California's Asian Americans. Nicotine and Tobacco Research: Official Journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco 11(2): 197-202
Fagan, P.; Rigotti, N.A. 2009: Light and intermittent smoking: the road less traveled. Nicotine and Tobacco Research: Official Journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco 11(2): 107-110
Thomas, C.E.; Halpin, J.E. 1964: Light and light quality as factors in the growth and development of two species of Leptosphaerulina pathogenic on white clover. Phytopathology 54(6): 627
Axelrod, J. 1964: Light and melatonin synthesis in the pineal. Federation Proceedings 23: 206
Pincussen, L. 1933: Light and metabolism A review. Strahlentherapie 48(2): 308-318
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