1906
DOI: 10.1021/ja01975a007 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: maximum of 170,000; and two salt springs in Oklahoma, recently examined by one of us, over r80,ooo parts. Thus it will be seen that all the above-named waters, \Tit11 the exception of the ocean and Big Soda Lake, have a higher chlorine content than Owens Lake, and exactly the same relation holds with regard to the total solids. While no general conclusions can be drawn from the results of a single analysis, this one has a t least shown that the water of Owens Lake is rapidly concentrating and a t the present r… Show more

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“…We acknowledge the assistance of Miss Marjorie Thomas, who hypophysectomized the rats and also carried out some of the assays of growth hormone recorded here. The ex- (Received 15 October 1957) The seeds of Dichapetalum toxicarium (also called ratsbane) have been known for long (Power & Tutin, 1906) to have toxic properties which bear a general resemblance to the effect of fluoroacetate found in the leaves of the South African plant Dichapetalum cymo8um (Gifblaar), a potent cattle poison (Marais, 1944). Some of these seeds became available to us from Sierra Leone, by the kindness of Sir John Simonsen, F.R.S., and the Government Departments concerned (for a photograph of these seeds see Peters, 1954); and we have tried to isolate and characterize the active principle.…”
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“…We acknowledge the assistance of Miss Marjorie Thomas, who hypophysectomized the rats and also carried out some of the assays of growth hormone recorded here. The ex- (Received 15 October 1957) The seeds of Dichapetalum toxicarium (also called ratsbane) have been known for long (Power & Tutin, 1906) to have toxic properties which bear a general resemblance to the effect of fluoroacetate found in the leaves of the South African plant Dichapetalum cymo8um (Gifblaar), a potent cattle poison (Marais, 1944). Some of these seeds became available to us from Sierra Leone, by the kindness of Sir John Simonsen, F.R.S., and the Government Departments concerned (for a photograph of these seeds see Peters, 1954); and we have tried to isolate and characterize the active principle.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning