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This is properties of a solid a condition which matter. the but of the greatest interest to the biologist represents a state of aggregation in which the gelatinous state in that of by dry gelatine For and those is so frequently necessary in living this reason the * of a liquid are often united, experiments that have been From Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau, 1902, XVII, p. 312. Address delivered hefcrc the Morphologisch-physiologische Gesellschaft in Vienna, May 13, it; 02. THE COLLOIDAL STATE.
Such a separation dependent upon differences in surface tension, such as can exist apparently only between is Even before him BERTHOLP had regarded the normal formation of granules and vacuolcs in protoplasm fluids. as a separation of droplets. tensile JENSEN has measured the the pscudopodia of orbitolites and about corresponds with the calculated This author has also again pushed into strength of has found that it surface tension. the foreground the surface-tension properties of liquids as a means of explaining many mechanical properties of living matter.
The taking up of food and the process of defecation in rhizopods can details be easily explained in this way. RHUMBLER could even imitate most cleverly with drops of chloroform and threads of shellac such apparently complicated phenomena also as the rolling up of alga? threads within the body of Amoeba verrucosa. By similar methods he was able to imitate in a most surprising way the formation of cases about testaceans by rubbing up fine quartz or glass powder with different kinds of oils or chloroform, and dusting this into dilute alcohol or water, E, ALBRECHT, 28 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY IN MEDICINE.
Bifurcation and Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems: Proceedings by Bardos C. (ed.), Lasry J.M. (ed.), Schatzman M. (ed.)