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Corrosion in Power Industry: Special Topic Volume With Invited Peer Reviewed Papers Only (Materials Science Forum; Volume 811) - Edited by Maros Halama and Jan Stoulil
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The Royal Society, London, 1961. First edition. Library Buckram. Ex-Library. Hardback iv, 581 pages. With plates, diagrams, tables & illustrations. Original wrappers bound in. With library stamps & labels. Slight wear & some soiling to spine, covers & corners. SERIES A VOLUME 262 No. 1308. 13 June 1961 • The flash photolysis of phosphine. By R. G. W. Norrish, F.R.S. and G. A. Oldershaw. (Plate 1) • The oxidation of phosphine studied by flash photolysis and kinetic spectroscopy. By R. G. W. Norrish, F.R.S. and G. A. Oldershaw. (Plate 2) • The photochemistry of butyric acid and some related compounds. By P. Borrell and R. G. W. Norrish, F.R.S. • Temperature measurements of shock waves and detonations by spectrum-line reversal. III. Observations with chromium lines. By A. G. Gaydon, F.R.S. and I. R. Hurle. (Plates 3 and 4) • The elasto-hydrodynamic lubrication of rollers. By G. D. Archard, F. C. Gair and W. Hirst • On the emission of fast X-hyperons from disintegrations due to the capture of K--mesons by light nuclei. By D. Evans, B. D. Jones, B. Sanjeevaiah, J. Zakrzewski, M. J. Beniston, V. A. Bull and D. H. Davis. (Plates 5 to 8) • Circular aerial arrays for radio astronomy. By J. P. Wild. (Plate 9) • Quantum statistical ergodic and ff-theorems for incompletely specified systems. By P. T. Landsberg • The direct measurement of the magnetization entropy of a paramagnetic substance : thermal and magnetic properties of ferric methylammonium alum at low temperatures. By A. J. Croft and R. H. B. Exell • The optical properties of single crystals of cadmium selenide. By R. B. Parsons, W. Wardzynski and A. D. Yoffe. (Plates 10 to 13) • Spin-change cross-sections. By A. Dalgarno • The use of electron gas modification in the evaluation of the vibration frequencies and the specific heats of sodium and potassium. By B. Dayal and B. Sharan . No. 1309. 4 July 1961 • The Rutherford Memorial Lecture, 196O. The development of X-ray analysis. By Sir Lawrence Bragg, F.R.S • On the existence and uniqueness of certain measures. By W. K. Hayman, F.R.S. • Self-induced waves in a conduit with corrugated walls. II. Experiments with air in corrugated and finned tubes. By A. M. Binnie, F.R.S • Effect of reactant consumption on the induction period and critical condition for a thermal explosion. By P. H. Thomas • Radiation damage in polyethylene as studied by electron spin resonance. By A. Charlesby, D. Libby and M. G. Ormerod • On finite-difference methods for the numerical solution of boundary-value problems. By W. G. Bickley, S. Michaelson and M. R. Osborne • Particle states of a quantized meson field. By T. H. R. Skyrme • Membrane potentials. I. The theory of the e.m.f. of cells containing ion-exchange membranes. By G. J. Hills, P. W. M. Jacobs and N. Lakshminarayanaiah • Membrane potentials. II. The measurement of the e.m.f. of cells containing the cation-exchange membrane, crossed-linked polymethacrylic acid. By G. J. Hills, P. W. M. Jacobs and N. Lakshminarayanaiah • A tracer study of di-tert. butyl peroxide as an initiator for polymerization. By J. K. Allen and J. C. Bevington • Magnetic susceptibility measurements on type A myoglobin crystals. By F. R. McKim No. 1310. 18 July 1961 • The Bakerian Lecture. The spectra and structures of free methyl and free methylene. By G. Herzberg, F.R.S. (Plates 14 to 20) • The gaseous oxidation of 2-methyl-but-2-ene. I. Kinetic and analytical studies. By C. F. Cullis, A. Fish and D. W. Turner • Electron spin resonance in carbons : the effect of surface oxide formation. By H. Harker, C. Jackson and W. F. K. Wynne-Jones • Cyclotron resonance over a wide temperature range. I. Germanium. By D. M. S. Bagguley, R. A. Stradling and J. S. S. Whiting • Cyclotron resonance over a wide temperature range. II. Silicon. By D. M. S. Bagguley, R. A. Stradling and J. S. S. Whiting • Electron energy distributions in plasmas. III. The cathode regions in helium, neon and argon. By N. D. Twiddy • Electron resonance studies of haemoglobin derivatives. II. Results for types A, B, G, D and F myoglobin crystals. By J. E. Bennet, J. F. Gibson, D. J. E. Ingram, Thelma M. Haughton, G.A. Kerkut and K. A. Munday • Brightness temperatures and intensity measurements in flash discharges. By W. H. Parkinson and E. M. Reeves. (Plate 21) • Thermal conduction in normal and superconducting tin and indium. By A. M. Guénault No. 1311. 8 August 1961 • Melting and crystal structure : volume changes on mixing nitrate melts. By B. Cleaver, Elizabeth Rhodes and A. R. Ubbelohde, F.R.S. • The stability of viscous flow between rotating cylinders in the presence of a magnetic field. II. By S. Chandrasekhar, F.R.S. and Donna D. Elbert • Subgroups of finitely presented groups. By G. Higman, F.R.S. • The recombination of atoms. IV. Iodine atom complexes. By T. A. Gover and G. Porter, F.R.S • On the completeness problem for the eigenfunction formulae of relativistic quantum mechanics. By E. C. Titchmarsh, F.R.S. • Electron energy distributions in plasmas. IV. Oxygen and nitrogen. By J. B. Thompson • The ion balance of the oxygen d.c. glow discharge. By J. B. Thompson • The rapid measurement of spectral intensity with an oscillating Fabry-Perot spectrometer: isotope abundance in mercury. By D. J. Bradley • Nuclear alinement of cobalt and the decay of cobalt-55. By C. J. S. Chapman, J. M. Gregory, R. W. Hill and M. W. Johns • Relativistic self-consistent fields. By I. P. Grant Size: Quarto. Item Type: Hardback. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Science; Magazines & Periodicals; Britain/UK; 1960s; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 014526. ., The Royal Society, 1961, 1977. 1977. Hardcover. Very Good. Very Good Very good Butterworths, Hardback/dust jacket/very good condition, ., 1977, 1977, Göteborg: Göteborgs universitet/University of Gothenburg, 2006. Enveloped viruses have a great advantage comparedto the non-enveloped viruses due to theirability to acquire not only a host membrane butalso host-specific glycosylation of their surfaceglycoproteins. These carbohydrate structures,mainly of the N-linked glycan class, have a lowimmunogenicity and this feature enables envelopedviruses to keep a low profile towards theimmune system by shielding crucial epitopesfrom antibody recognition. This phenomenonconstitutes hurdles for development of vaccinesand therapies targeting highly glycosylated virusesincluding HIV and Hantaan virus. The aimsof the present work were to identify specific Nlinkedglycans that are especially active in thisvirus-shielding process and develop DNA vaccinesand therapeutic vectors to the two virusesmentioned.An N-linked glycan attached to N306 in the V3loop of the HIV-1 gp120 is involved in protectingthe virus from antibodies. A DNA vaccinewas created, where this particular glycosylationsite was eliminated using site-directed mutagenesis.Mice were immunised intranasally withthe mutant and a wild type vaccine, and theimmune responses were analysed. The protocolincluded an analysis of animals immunised withDNA only and also those given a protein boost.The mutant DNA followed by protein boostinduced a significantly higher IgG response togp120 as measured by ELISA. Both DNA vaccinesinduced similar levels of HIV-neutralisingantibodies in serum. The IgA response was analysedboth for BAL and faeces specimens. SecretedIgA was induced by both DNA vaccinesbut protein boost was required to obtain virusneutralisingantibodies.Attempts were made to construct an adenovirusvector, with receptor specificity retargeted togp120 of the HIV-infected cell surface. To obtaina suitable affinity module for gp120 a combinatorialprotein library of 108 members, based onthe 58 amino acid residue staphylococcal proteinA (Affibody), was screened against gp120.The selected affibody (zg120) and its bivalentform had Kd- values of 100 nM and 10 nM,respectively, towards gp120. The affibody constructswere introduced to the adenovirus 5 fibregene, and the recombinant fibres bound selectivelyto gp120 in a biosensor analysis and togp160, transiently expressed in GMK cells. Thesuccessful selection of a gp120-binding affibodyligand indicates that future affibody-basedstrategies might evolve to complement antibodybasedefforts for HIV-1 therapy.The same strategy as described above for HIV-1was also applied to develop a DNA vaccine toHantaan virus glycoproteins. All six potentialglycosylation sites (N1-N6) of the two Hantaanvirus glycoproteins G1 and G2 were eliminatedand expressed as single mutations in a DNAvaccine. Mice were immunized by Gene Gunwith these constructs. One mutated DNA vaccineconstruct, N6, was found to induce equallyhigh neutralisation titres as did the wild typeDNA vaccine. However, the mutant but not thewild type DNA vaccine was able to induce partialprotection against Hantaan virus challenge.In conclusion, manipulation of glycosylationsites of viral glycoprotein genes is still open as aroad to an improved DNA vaccine capable ofeliciting high titres of broadly neutralising antibodies,but it is clear that there are still obstaclesto be overcome. Göteborg 2006. Department of Clinical Virology / Avdelningen för klinisk virologi. 1st edition. Publ. boards. New. 8vo., Gorgs universitet/University of Gothenburg, 2006, Humana Press Inc., 2008. Hardbound. New Book. Hardbound. Biomedical researchers, all but one from anglophone North America, set out a range of technique that have been developed to detect and analyze specific proteases and their activities in cancer. Such techniques are much less well developed than those for proteins and receptors, and those that are available are not as widely known as could be. Thus this volume. The topics include delineating protease functions during cancer development, positional scanning synthetic combinatorial libraries for substrate profiling, imaging specific cell surface protease activity in living cells using re-engineered bacterial cytotoxins, and on-demand cleavable linkers for radio-immunotherapy. (2008 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR), Humana Press Inc., 2008, Golden Shield Press. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pub Date :2002-01-07 Publisher: Golden Shield Press rural use of solar energy? The book been Half surface. specific introduction. Focus on practical techniques. basic knowledge of the book is divided into solar cookers. solar water heaters. solar drying. passive solar houses. solar cell. solar in rural applications of seven chapters. and part of the production of the utilization of solar energy industry in China are listed in the Appendix manufacturers. The book is easy to understand. graphic... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back., Golden Shield Press, The Royal Society, London, 1925. First edition. Library Buckram. Ex-Library. Hardback vii, 765, xvi pages. With plates, diagrams, tables & illustrations. Original wrappers bound in. With library stamps & labels. Slight wear & slight soiling to spine, covers & corners. Occasional spot of foxing. SERIES A. VOL. CVII Minutes of Meetings, December 1, 4, 1924 ; January 15, 22, 29, February 5, 12, 19, 26, and March 5, 12, 19, 26, 1925. No. A 741.—January 1, 1925. • Address of the President, Sir Charles S. Sherrington, at the Anniversary Meeting, December 1, 1924 • On the Total Reflexion of Light. By Sir Arthur Schuster, For. Sec. R.S • The Structure of the Spectrum of Ionised Nitrogen. By A. Fowler, F.R.S., Yarrow Research Professor of the Royal Society, Imperial College, South Kensington. (Plate 1) • Spheroidal Wave-Functions. By J. W. Nicholson, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford • Thermionic Effects caused by Vapours of Alkali Metals. By Irving Langmuir and ?. H. Kingdon, of the Research Laboratory, General Electric Company, Schenectady, N.Y. Communicated by Prof. Sir E. Rutherford, F.R.S • 1 : 2 : 3—Triamino propane and its Complex Metallic Compounds. By Frederick George Mann, Ph.D., and Sir William Jackson Pope, F.R.S • The Union of Hydrogen and Oxygen in Presence of Silver and Gold. By D. L. Chapman, M.A., F.R.S., Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford ; J. E. Ramsbottom, D.Sc., Ph.D., Superintendent Chemical Department, Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough ; and C. G. Trotman, B.A., Jesus College, Oxford • The General Law of Electrical Conduction in Dielectrics. By Spencer W. Richardson, M.A., D.Sc., F.Inst.P. Communicated by Sir William Bragg, K.B.E., F.R.S • Recent Developments in Tensile Testing. By J. V. Howard, D.Sc., and S. L. Smith, D.Sc., A.C.G.I. Communicated by W. E. Dalby, F.R.S • The Effect of Superposed Alternating Current on the Polarisable Primary Cell Zinc-Sulphuric Acid-Carbon. Part I.—Low-Frequency Current. By A. J. Allmand, D.Sc., and V. S. Puri, M.Sc., Ph.D. Communicated by Prof. S. Smiles, F.R.S • The Spark-Spectra of Indium and Gallium in the Extreme Ultra-Violet Region. By Mollie Weinberg, M.A., M.Sc., Physical Laboratory, University of Toronto. Communicated by Prof. J. C. McLennan, F.R.S. (Plate 2) • On the Atomic Fields of Helium and Neon. By J. E. Jones, D.Sc., 1851 Exhibition Senior Research Student, Trinity College, Cambridge. Communicated by Prof. S. Chapman, F.R.S. No. A 742.—February 2, 1925. • Experiments on the Distortion of Single-Crystal Test-Pieces of Aluminium. By H. C. H. Carpenter, F.R.S., Professor of Metallurgy, Imperial College of Science and Technology, and Miss C. F. Elam, M.A., Armourers’ and Brasiers’ Company Research Fellow. (Plate 3) • On the Thirteen Semi-regular Solids of Archimedes, and on their Development by the Transformation of certain Plane Configurations. By D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson, F.R.S. • On the Formation of Water Waves by Wind. By Harold Jeffreys, M.A., D.Sc., Fellow and Lecturer of St. John’s College, Cambridge. Communicated by Prof. G. I. Taylor, F.R.S. (Plates 4 and 5) • The Thermal and Electrical Conductivities of some Pure Metals. By F. H. Schofield, B.A., B.Sc. Communicated by Sir Joseph Petavel, F.R.S. • The Colours Due to Thin Films on Metals. By Ulick R. Evans. Communicated by C. T. Heycock, F.R.S. • On the Quantum Dynamics of Degenerate Systems. By A. M. Mosharrafa, D.Sc., Ph.D. Communicated by Prof. 0. W. Richardson, F.R.S. • On the Effect of Temperature on the Anomalous Reflection of Silver. By M. de Sélincourt, Scholar of Brasenose College, Oxford. Communicated by Prof. F. A. Lindemann, F.R.S. • The Catalytic Activity of Copper. Part V.—The Comparison of the Rates of Dehydrogenation of Various Alcohols. By W. G. Palmer, Fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge, and F. H. Constable, Strathcona Research Student, St. John’s College, Cambridge. Communicated by Sir William Pope, F.R.S. • The Catalytic Action of Copper. Part VI.—An Explanation of the Reproducibility of the Catalyst, and of the Periodic Change in its Activity, together with some Experiments on the Activation of the Catalyst by Alternate Oxidation and Reduction. By F. H. Constable, Strathcona Research Student of St. John's College, Cambridge. Communicated by Sir William Pope, F.R.S. • The Catalytic Action of Copper. Part VII.—A Study of the Effect of Pressure on the Rate of Dehydrogenation of Alcohols. By F. H. Constable, Strathcona Research Student of St. John’s College, Cambridge. Communicated by Sir William Pope, F.R.S. • A Centrifugal Method of Making Small Pots of Electrically Fused Refractory Materials. By Fred. S. Tritton. Communicated by Dr. W. Rosenhain, F.R.S. • On the Precise Measurement of the Critical Potentials of Gases. By E. G. Dymond, B.A., St. John’s College, Cambridge. Communicated by Prof. Sir E. Rutherford, F.R.S. • On the Determination of Resistance in Terms of Mutual Inductance. By Albert Campbell, B.A. Communicated by F. E. Smith, F.R.S • The Absorption of X-Rays. By E. C. Stoner, B.A., Lecturer in Physics at Leeds University, and L. H. Martin, M.Sc., 1851 Exhibition Scholar (Melb.), Trinity College, Cambridge. Communicated by Prof. Sir E. Rutherford, F.R.S • Ionisation by Alpha-particles in Monatomic and Diatomic Gases. By R. W. Gurney, B.A., Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Communicated by Prof. Sir E. Rutherford, F.R.S • The Stopping-Power of Gases for Alpha-particles of Different Velocities. By R. W. Gurney, B.A., Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Communicated by Prof. Sir E. Rutherford, F.R.S • The Ejection of Protons from Nitrogen Nuclei, Photographed by the Wilson Method. By P. M. S. Blackett, Moseley Research Student of the Royal Society and Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Communicated by Prof. Sir E. Rutherford, F.R.S. (Plates 6 and 7) • The Apparent Tripling of Certain Lines in Arc Spectra. By T. Royds, D.Sc., Director, Kodaikanal Observatory. Communicated by J. Evershed, F.R.S. (Plate 8) No. A 743.—March 2, 1925. • On the Life Statistics of Fellows of the Royal Society. By Sir Arthur Schuster, F.R.S • The Thermionic Work-Functions and Photo-electric Thresholds of the Alkali Metals. By O. W. Richardson, F.R.S., Yarrow Research Professor of the Royal Society, and A. F. A. Young, Ph.D.t King’s College, London • On Experiments relating to the Spectrum of Nitrogen. By T. R. Merton, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., Professor of iSpectroscopy in the LTniversity of Oxford, and J. G. Pilley, B.A • The Heat Developed during Plastic Extension of Metals. By W. S. Farren, M.A., and G. I. Taylor, F.R.S., Yarrow Research Professor of the Royal Society • An Experimental Study of the Vibrations in the Blades and Shaft of an Airscrew. By A. Fage, A.R.C.Sc., of the Aerodynamics Department, National Physical Laboratory. Communicated by H. Lamb, F.R.S • Thermal Diffusion Measurements. By T. L. Ibbs, M.C., M.Sc. Communicated by Prof. S. W. J. Smith, F.R.S • Overvoltage and Transfer Resistance. By Edgar Newbery, D.Sc., F.I.C., University of Cape Town. Communicated by Prof. Sir E. Rutherford, F.R.S. (Plates 9-11) • The Magnetic Properties of Iron Crystals. By W. L. Webster, B.A., 1851 Research Student of the University of Toronto. Communicated by Prof. Sir E. Rutherford, F.R.S • On the Measurement of the Ratio of the Specific Heats using Small Volumes of Gas.—The Ratios of the Specific Heats of Air and of Hydrogen at Atmospheric Pressure and at Temperatures between 20° C. and —183° C. By J. H. Brinkworth, A.R.C.S., M.Sc., D.I.C. Communicated by Prof. H. L. Callendar, F.R.S • The Interpretation of the Results of Bucherer’s Experiments on e/m. By Thos. Lewis, B.Sc., Garrod Thomas Fellow of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. Communicated by Prof. G.A. Schott, F.R.S • The Variation with Temperature of the Intensity of Reflection of X-Rays from Quartz and its Bearings on the Crystal Structure. By Reginald Edmund Gibbs. Communicated by Sir William Bragg, F.R.S • The Fulcher Hydrogen Bands. By W. E. Curtis, D.Sc., A.R.C.S., Reader in Physics in the University of London, King’s College. Communicated by Prof. O.W. Richardson, F.R.S • On the Determination of the Directions of the Forces in Wireless Waves at the Earth’s Surface. By R. L. Smith-Rose, Ph.D., M.Sc., and R. H. Barfield, M.Sc. Communicated, by permission of the Radio Research Board, by Sir Henry Jackson, F.R.S No. A 744.—April 1, 1925. • Regularities in the Secondary Spectrum of Hydrogen. By O. W. Richardson, Yarrow Research Professor of the Royal Society, and T. Tanaka, Professor in the College of Niigata, Japan • The Lattice Points of a Circle. By G. H. Hardy, F.R.S • On the Calculation of certain Crystal Potential Constants and on the Cubic Crystal of Least Potential Energy. By J. E. Jones, Ph.D., Trinity College, Cambridge, and A. E. Ingham, B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. Communicated by Prof. S. Chapman, F.R.S • The Kinetics of Haemoglobin. III.—The Velocity with which Oxygen combines with Reduced Haemoglobin. By H. Hartridge, M.D., Sc.D., Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge, and F. J. W. Roughton, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Communicated by Prof. J. N. Langley, F.R.S • The Structure of Molecules in Relation to their Optical Anisotropy.—Part I. By K. R. Ramanathan, M.A., D.Sc., Assistant Lecturer in Physics, University College, Rangoon. Communicated by Prof. C. V. Raman, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S. • On the Alternating Current Resistance of Solenoidal Coils. By S. Butterworth, M.Sc. Communicated by F. E. Smith, F.R.S • On the Field of Force near the Neutral Point produced by Two Equal Coaxial Coils, with Special Reference to the Campbell Standard of Mutual Inductance. By Raymond M. Wilmotte, B.A., National Physical Laboratory. Communicated by Sir Joseph Petavel, F.R.S • The Adiabatic Invariance of the Quantum Integrals. By P. A. M. Dirac, St. John’s College, Cambridge. Communicated by Prof. Sir E. Rutherford, F.R.S • On the Theory of Elastic Stability. By W. R. Dean, B.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Communicated by Prof. G. I. Taylor, F.R.S • On the Fluorescence and Channelled Absorption of Bismuth at High Temperatures. By K. Rangadhama Rao, M.A., Madras University Research Scholar. Communicated by Lord Rayleigh, F.R.S. (Plate 12) • A Note on the Absorption of the Green Line of Thallium Vapour. By K. Rangadhama Rao, M.A., Madras University Research Scholar. Communicated by Lord Rayleigh, F.R.S. (Plate 13) • OBITUARY NOTICES OF FELLOWS DECEASED. S. S. Hough (with portrait) Sir James Johnstone Dobbie (with portrait) John Edward Campbell (with portrait) Size: Quarto. Item Type: Hardback. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Science; Magazines & Periodicals; Britain/UK; 1920s; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 014552. ., The Royal Society, 1925, London Academic Press 1997. Softcover. 8vo. 9 x 6 inches. Laminated covers. Illustrated with diagrams. 613 pages including index. Owner's name only to endpaper. Very Good. "This Second Edition has been completely revised, updated and expanded by 65%. It contains over 200 entries on all the molecules specifically expressed on the surface of cells of the haematopoietic system., London Academic Press 1997, Butterworths, 1977. Hardback in very good condition with very good dust jacket. Library pocket in back. Volume 3 only. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good., Butterworths, 1977, The Royal Society, London, 1958. First edition. Library Buckram. Ex-Library. iv, 574 pages. With plates, tables, diagrams & illustrations. Original wrappers bound in. Slight wear & slight soiling to spine, covers & corners. SERIES B VOLUME 148 No. 930. 1 January 1958 • Address of the President, Sir Cyril Hinshelwood, at the Anniversary Meeting, 30 November 1957 • The Croonian Lecture. Ionic movements and electrical activity in giant nerve fibres. By A. L. Hodgkin, F.R.S. (Plate 1) • The relationship between the mode of operation and the dimensions of the junctional regions at synapses and motor end-organs. By J. C. Eccles, F.R.S. and J. C. Jaeger • Fibre formation by cellular systems. By E. J. Ambrose. (Plates 2 to 6) • Transplantation immunity and the immunological problem of pregnancy. By ?.E.A. Woodruff. (Plates 7 and 8) • Protein selection in the yolk-sac splanchnopleur of the rabbit : the total uptake estimated as loss from the uterus. By W. A. Hemmings • The effects of heterologous sera on the uptake of rabbit antibody from the gut of young mice. By I. G. Morris • The absorption of antibody from immune sera and from mixtures of sera by the gut of the young rat. By R. Halliday • The effect of wind on water transport in the region of the Bear Island fishery. By H.W. Hill and A. J. Lee • The precancerous liver; correlations of histological and biochemical changes in rats during prolonged administration of thioacetamide and ‘butter yellow’. By Helen C. Grant and K. R. Rees No. 931. 18 February 1958 • A re-examination of the fine structure of the walls of vesicles of the green alga Valonia. By J. Cronshaw and R. D. Preston, F.R.S. (Plates 9 to 12) • The positive and negative heat production associated with a nerve impulse. By B. C. Abbott, A. V. Hill, F.R.S. and J. V. Howarth • Modes of union and interaction between parasite and host in the Loranthaceae. III. Further observations on Viscum and Korthalsella. By D. Thoday, F.R.S. • The growth of the muscle tibialis anterior in the normal rabbit in relation to the tension-length ratio. By A. B. Alder, G. N. C. Crawford and R. G. Edwards • Properties, function, and origin of the alveolar lining layer. By R. E. Pattle • Osmotic equilibria in human erythrocytes studied by immersion refractometry. By D. A. T. Dick and Leah M. Lowenstein. (Plate 13) • The visual pigment of the conger eel. By E. J. Denton and Mary Ann Walker • The amino acid metabolism of a developing insect cuticle : the larval cuticle and puparium of Calliphora vomitoria. I. Changes in amino acid composition during development. By R. Dennell • The amino acid metabolism of a developing insect cuticle : the larval cuticle and puparium of Calliphora vomitoria. II. The non-specific hydroxylation of aromatic amino acids and the production of polyphenols by the cuticle. By R. Dennell No. 932. 18 March 1958 A DISCUSSION ON THE CYTOPLASM IN VARIATION AND DEVELOPMENT ARRANGED BY D. G. CATCHESIDE, F.R.S. (Plates 14 to 20) CONTRIBUTIONS • D.G. Catcheside, F.R.S. Introduction • Sylvia Fitton Jackson and J. T. Randall, F.R.S. Cytoplasmic fine-structure • G. H. Beale. The role of the cytoplasm in antigen determination in Paramecium aurelia • J. L. Jinks. Cytoplasmic differentiation in fungi • J. F. Danielli. Studies of inheritance in amoebae by the technique of nuclear transfer • H. Chantrenne. Synthesis of protein and nucleic acid in enucleate cytoplasm • M. R. Pollock. Enzymic ‘de-adaptation’ : the stability of an acquired character on withdrawal of the external inducing stimulus • J. M. Thoday. The cytoplasm and quantitative variation in Drosophila • H. Subak Sharpe. A closed system of cytoplasmic variation in Aspergillus glaucus • Monica Mahony and D. Wilkie. An instance of cytoplasmic inheritance in Aspergillus nidulans • K. Mather, F.R.S. Nucleus and cytoplasm in heredity and development • Leeuwenhoek Lecture. Virus-host cell interactions. By Wilson Smith, F.R.S. • Sensitivity to light in the sea-anemone Metridium senile (L) : adaptation and action spectra. By W. J. North and C. F. A. Pantin, F.R.S • The priority of the heat production in a muscle twitch. By A. V. Hill, F.R.S. • The effect of sugars on the respiratory response of beech mycorrhizas to salts. By J. L. Harley and D. H. Jennings • The structure of the yeast cell wall. I. Identification of charged groups at the surface. By A. A. Eddy and A. D. Rudin • Corrigenda for Vol. 147 No. 933 8 April 1958 • The structure and function of abdominal stretch receptors in insects. By L. H. Finlayson and O. Lowenstein, F.R.S. (Plates 21 and 22) • On haemolysis and haemolytic acceleration. By Sir Eric Rideal, F.R.S. and F. H. Taylor • Studies in enzyme cytochemistry. I. Principles of cytocheinical staining methods. By S. J. Holt and D. G. O’Sullivan • Studies in enzyme cytochemistry. II. Synthesis of indigogenic substrates for esterases. By S. J. Holt and P. W. Sadler • Studies in enzyme cytochemistry. III. Relationships between solubility, molecular association and structure in indigoid dyes. By S. J. Holt and P. W. Sadler • Studies in enzyme cytochemistry. IV. Kinetics of aerial oxidation of indoxyl and some of its halogen derivatives. By S. Cotson and S. J. Holt • Studies in enzyme cytochemistry. V. An appraisal of indigogenic reactions for esterase localization. By S. J. Holt and R. F. J. Withers. (Plates 23 and 24) • Abnormal tetrads in Aspergillus nidulans. By W. N. Strickland • The metabolism of certain acids, amides and nitriles within plant tissues. By C. H. Fawcett, H. F. Taylor, R. L. Wain and F. Wightman • Index Quantity Available: 1. Category: Biology, Natural History & Botany; Health & Medicine; Magazines & Periodicals; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 014652. ., The Royal Society, 1958, Some rubbing. Some small tears & chips to wrapper edges. Good. 5pp photoplates. 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