+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

The effect of low concentrations of carbon dioxide on the cleavage rate in frogs eggs



The effect of low concentrations of carbon dioxide on the cleavage rate in frogs eggs



Ecology 24(1): 61-69




Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 0-6 h: $19.90)

Accession: 025755286

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

DOI: 10.2307/1929860


Related references

The effect of carbon dioxide on the rate of cleavage in frog's eggs. Anat Rec 81(4): 126, 1941

A quantitative study of the effect of carbon dioxide upon the cleavage rate of the Arbacia egg. Biological Bulletin Wood's Hole, 59 pp 63-70, 1930

Effect of 3,3-dimethyl-1-phenyltriazene on the rate of cleavage of patiria at several partial pressures of carbon dioxide. Experimental Cell Research 28: 139-144, 1962

The effect of carbon dioxide in the presence of varying amounts of bicarbonate upon the cleavage rate of the Arbacia egg. Jour Cell And Corny Physiol 2(2): 177-191, 1932

Effect of two concentrations of oxygen and two ranges of carbon dioxide on the hatchability of hens eggs incubated at 2407m. Poultry Science 73(Suppl. 1): 151, 1994

The bacteriology of the hen's egg The classification of Pseudomonas sp. isolated from eggs. The effect of high concentrations of carbon dioxide on the growth of Pseudomonas sp. isolated from eggs. Dept Sci And Indust Res Ann Rept Food Invest Bd 1937: 35-38, 1938

Effect of high carbon dioxide concentrations on vegetable species: III. Injuries by high carbon dioxide concentrations in combination with water stress exemplified with cucumber transplants. Gartenbauwissenschaft 57(4): 178-182, 1992

Comparison of carbon dioxide assimilation rate with photosynthetic electron transport rates in needles of douglas fir exposed to moderate concentrations of sulfur dioxide nitrogen dioxide or ammonia. Plant Physiology 93(1 Suppl.): 99, 1990

Carbon dioxide and the keeping quality of eggs. The effect of the addition of carbon dioxide to the air in a cold storage room on the keeping quality of eggs. U S Egg & Poultry Mag 37(6): 30-32, 63, 65-66, 68, 1931

Carbon dioxide narcosi. I. Specific effects of carbon dioxide upon protoplasmic streaming and consistency in Nitella, and upon the life of the cell. II. The effect of carbon dioxide compared with that of the hydrogen ion. The threshold of tolerance in Nitella to carbon dioxide and to the hydrogen ion. III. Salt antagonism. IV. Is oxygen lack a factor in the narcotic effects of carbon dioxide? V. Water and electrolytes in Nitella during exposure to carbon dioxide solutions. Jour Cell And Comp Physiol 3-3(1-3): 75-100, 341-354, 1933

Effect of carbon dioxide concentration during growth on a carbon dioxide concentrating mechanism in white clover trifolium repens as predicted from differential carbon 14 dioxide carbon 12 dioxide uptake. Journal of Experimental Botany 36(173): 1835-1841, 1985

The effect of ultra-violet light upon cleavage in certain marine eggs I Some studies on cleavage rate. Biological Bulletin 75(1): 134-144, 1938

Effect of high concentrations of carbon dioxide on growth rate of Pseudomonas fragi, Bacillus cereus and Streptococcus cremoris. Journal of Applied Bacteriology 48(3): 409-416, 1980