Analytical Cytology: Methods for Studying Cellular Form and Function

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Index
A
Abbe sine law, 4/3
Abbe theory, 3/4, 4/2
Aberrations, 1/55, 3/8
chromatic, 1/36
of cover slip and medium, 1/36
in condenser, 1/34
glare, 1/32, 1/34
lateral chromatic, 1/36
in objective, 1/32
spherical, 1/32
and body tube length, 1/37
Absorption, analysis, 1/4
of mixtures, 4/15
Vierordt method, 4/15
cellular analysis, 1/5 (See also Cytophotometry)
curve for, 1/8
curve-shift, 1/50
Feulgen reaction, 1/18
laws of, 1/5, 1/7, 1/34
Beer-Lambert, 1/7, 4/15
Beer's, 1/5
concentration range and, 1/7
deviations from, 1/7, 1/8, 1/45, 1/48
Lambert's, 1/7, 1/42
metachromatic dyes, 1/50
section thickness and, 1/7
measurement, in cytophotometry, 1/27
in infrared, 1/32
phase-contrast effects, 1/52
in ultraviolet, 1/32
natural, 1/6
path of, 1/4, 1/5
periodic-acid-Schiff reaction, 1/51
esterified polysaccharides, 1/66
unesterified polysaccharides, 1/66
sample, concentration in, 1/5
spectra, periodic-acid-Schiff reaction, 1/51
qualitative changes, 1/50
ultraviolet (see Ultraviolet absorption)
vessel for, 1/5
Absorption bands and electronic transition, 1/49
Absorption edges, 8/18
for several elements, 8/19
"Acetal" linkage, 2/17
Acetate-C14, 7/42
Acetic alcohol, 1/6
Acetic anhydride, 2/16
Acetylcholine and indoxyl acetate, 2/40
Acetylcholinesterase, acetylthiocholine substrate, 2/39
diisopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP), 2/39
Acid-fast bacilli, fluorochroming with thioflavine TG, 5/21
"Acid hematein test," 2/20
Acid phosphatase, 2/33
azo-dye method, 2/34
diffusion-adsorption artefacts, 2/33
distribution, 2/33
Gomori method, 2/33
inhibitors, 2/33
lead sulfide method, 2/33
minimizing artefacts, 2/33
α-naphthyl phosphate substrate, 2/34
optimum pH, 2/33
Seligman-Manheimer method, 2/34
validity of, 2/34
Acid phosphatase activity, nerve cells, 2/34
nuclei, 2/34
prostatic carcinoma, 2/34
renal tubules, 2/34
Acid polysaccharides, 1/6
Acidophilia, 1/66
fast green, 1/19
naphthol yellow, 1/19
Acridine, 5/21
Acridine orange, 5/12, 5/17, 5/19, 5/21, 5/24, 5/25
bacteria, 5/22
Acridine yellow, 5/12, 5/17, 5/21, 5/27
Acriflavine, 5/12, 5/17
F-actin in muscle, 6/31
Actinomysin, 4/11
Adenine, 4/12
Adenocarcinoma EO 771, mouse, 4/31 nucleic acid content, nucleus, 4/31

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