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Phosphorus Exchange in Yeast

Nature volume 140, page 725 (23 October 1937) | Download Citation

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THE individual phosphorus atoms present in the leaves of plants have been found1 for the most part to exchange with great ease within a short time. We extended our experiments to the behaviour of phosphorus atoms present in yeast.

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    NATURE, 137, 66 (1936); 139, 149 (1937).

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  1. Institute of Theoretical Physics, and Carlsberg Laboratory, Copenhagen.

    • G. HEVESY
    • , K. LINDERSTRØM-LANG
    •  & N. NIELSEN

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