Subcellular Particles: A Symposium Held during the Meeting of the Society of General Physiologists at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, June 9-11, 1958

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INDEX
Acetabularia, 183
Acid phosphatase, bound, 131-132 distribution of activity, 131-132 -rich fraction, 140
Acid phosphatase in Golgi fractions, 117, 118- 121, 125
Activated amino acid, 162
Activating enzymes, 162-163
Activation of particulate enzymes, 138-139
freezing-thawing, 139
osmotic, 138
Alkaline phosphatase in Golgi bodies, 117, 118-120, 125
Ameba, 8
Amino acid binding to RNA, 163-165
inhibition by pyrophosphate, 164
nucleotide requirements, 163-164
relation to protein synthesis, 165-166
steps in, 165
Amino acid incorporation, microsomal, 160- 169
Assay of lysosomal enzymes, 131
ATP synthesis in isolated nuclei, 194-200
DNA supplement, 196-199
effect of DNAase, 196-199
effect of polynucleotides, 196-199
from AMP, 194-196
inhibition of, 195
oxygen dependency, 195, 199
relation to amino acid uptake, 195
Autoradiography, 172
Azotobacter vinelandii, 94
Bacterium coli, 29, 30
B. lactis aerogenes, K+ as enzyme activator, 31
Bellevalia, DNA duplication in, 173
Bulk pH (pHb), 23-31
Busycon, 44
Carbon dioxide fixation, 106-107
Catechol polymerization in mineral systems, 56-57
Cellulose, 44-46, 57-58
effect on pyrogallol oxidation rate, 57
Centrosphere region, relation to zymogen gran­ ules, 75
Chlorobium, 106
Chromatium, 104-108
Chromatophores, 104-112
chlorophyll and cytochrome in, 107
immunochemical studies, 109
phospholipid content, 107
properties of, 107-108
structural relation to cell wall, 109
Chromosome labeling, 172-175
Coenzyme Q, 98
Crepis, DNA duplication in, 173
Cytochrome c, 99, 100
association with lipid, 100
Cytochrome c1, 100
Density-gradient centrifugation, 132-139
Diptera, 12
DNA content of cells
by tritium-labeled radioautography, 12
by two-wavelength microspectrophotometry, 12
by ultraviolet microspectrophotometry, 12
DNA restoration in isolated nuclei, 191-194
effect on amino acid uptake, 191-194
nonspecificity, 191-194
DPN synthesis, 10
DPNH cytochrome c reductase in Golgi bodies, 118-120, 125
DPNH dehydrogenase in lipid complex, 101
Drosophila, 174, 176-182
DNA synthesis in, 177
RNA synthesis in, 177-182
Dynamism of cells
pinocytosis vacuoles, 2
revealed by cinematography, 2
surface bubbling, 2
E. coli, DNA replication in, 175
Electron transport particle, 87, 90, 92-95
components of, 92-94
cytochromes of, 94
flavoproteins of, 92
fragmentation of, 92-95
hemoproteins of, 92
lipids and lipoproteins of, 93

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