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Studies on the Penetration of Dyes with the Glass Electrode. II. Penetration into Nitella from Solutions of Cresyl Blue, Azure B, and Methylene Blue Solution


Studies on the Penetration of Dyes with the Glass Electrode. II. Penetration into Nitella from Solutions of Cresyl Blue, Azure B, and Methylene Blue Solution



Experimental Biology and Medicine 27(9): 991-992



ISSN/ISBN: 1535-3702

DOI: 10.3181/00379727-27-5079


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