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Helianthus annuus, 15, 17, 21, 27, 37,

75 ; see also Sunflower.
Helianthus tuberosus, 25, 26, 79.
Hevea, 120.
Hexose phosphate, 93.
Hexylene aldehyde, 38.
Histidine, 55.
Hormone, 132, 133.
Hydrocyanic acid, 60.
Hydrogen acceptor, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68,
69.

dona tor, 67, 68.

ion concentration, 4-9, 92.

peroxide, 93.
Hydrolysis of fats, 12.
protein, 58.



Hydroquinone, 64.
Hyponitrite, 53.

ILLUMINATION, effect of, on assimilation,

25-

Infra-red rays in assimilation, 28.
Internal factors in assimilation, 32.

respiration, 75, 85.

Intramolecular respiration, 71.

Lactarius, 96.

Lactic acid, 106.

Laminaria, 81, 102.

Law of Compound Interest, 112.

diameters, 20.

van't Hot!' on temperature coef-
ficient, 23, 25, 122.
Lemna, 131.
Lepidlum sativum, 121.
Levulose, 36, 37 ; see also Fructose.
Light intensity, effect of, 16, 93, 124,

127.
Limiting factors, 3, 16, 22, 36 ; see also

Conditioning factors.
Lipase, 13.
Lipoids, 99, 115.
Lobelia, 127.
Logarithmic law, 116.
Lupin, 40, 59, 84, 85, 88, 98.

MAIZE, 58, 108, 109.

Malic acid, 73.

Maltase, 37, 43.

Maltose, 36, 70.

Mangold, 37.

Methylene blue, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68.

Methylglyoxal, 105.

Musa, 38.

Mushroom, 101.

Mutase, 66.

Nereocys'is htetkiana, 73.

Nettles, 130.

Nitrates as source of nitrogen, 50.

Nitrite intermediate in metabolism of

nitrate, 52.
Nitrogen content, seasonal variation of,

50.

Nitrosomonas, 91, 92.
Normal solution, 4.

OAT, 114 ; see also A vena sativa.

Olive, 72.

Onion, 74, 102.

Opuntia tomentosa, 14.

Osmosis, 3, 4.

Oxalic acid, 73.

Oxalis, 108.

Oxidase, 85, 94, 95, 99.

Oxygenase, 97, 103.



INDEX



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PALLADIUM black, 64, 65.

Pea, 58, 74, 77, 84, 85, 100, 102, 123,

125. See also Pisum sativum.
Pelargonium, 79.

zonale, 52.
Penicillium, 57.

chrysogenum, 92.
Pentosane, 87.
Pentose, 37.
Perhydridase, 67.
Peroxidase, 67, 94, 95, 96, 104.
Petunia, 127.
Phaeophytin, 47.

Phalaris arundinacea, 28.
Phaseolus, 28.

multiflorus, no.
Photocatalyst, 30, 48.
Phy corny ces, 126.
Pine apple, 99.

Pisum sativum, 122. See also Pea.
Pleurococcus, 57.
Pneumococcus, 69.
Polygonum Sacchaliense, 26.

weyrichii, 26.

Pollination, effect of, on respiration, 79.
Polymerization of formaldehyde, 30, 42,

49.

Populus, 2, 33.
Potamogeton, 22.
Potassium, radioactivity of, 31, 52.

effect on protein synthesis of, 51.

hyponi trite, 53.

nitrate reduction of, to potassium

nitrite, 53.
Potato, 37, 67, 74, 76, 78, 82, 83, 87, 90,

98, 99.

Predetermination, 3, 23, log, 120, 121.
Primula, 33.
Primula malacoides, 131.
Prochromogen, 104.
Protein, hydrolysis of, 58 ; synthesis of,

50-58 ; synthesis in dark, 56 ; as

respiratory material, 87.
Protocatechuic acid, 96, 97.
Primus laurocerasus, 16, 23, 25, 79.

See also Cherry laurel.
Pyridine, synthesis of, 55.
Pyrocatechol, 96.
Pyruvic acid, 98, 105.
Pyrrole, synthesis of, 55.
Pythiacystcs atrophthora, 122.

QUININE hydrochloride, effect on re-
spiration, 103.
Quinone, 64.

RADIOACTIVITY of potassium, 31, 52.
Radium emanation, effect upon aqueous

solutions of carbon dioxide, 31.
Raphidium, 57.
Rate of gaseous diffusion, 19.
Ratio O 2 /CO a , 14.



Ratio CO 2 /O 2 , 41, 72, 73, 79.

CO a /N 2 , 88.

C/N, 130.

Residual carbon dioxide, 78.
Respiration of bulked grain, 90, 91.

pigments, 103.
Respiratory carbon dioxide, 17.

index, 75.

quotient, 41, 72, 73, 79.
Ricinus, 2.

Rubus, 33.



S " CURVES, no, 114.
Saccharomyces, 50.
Sagittaria, 52.
Salicylic alcohol, 66.

aldehyde, 66.

Salts, effect on respiration, 91,

Salvia, So.

Salvinia, 131.

Sambucus, 52.

Sarcina, 69.

Schardinger reaction, 66.

Sinapis, 41, 106.

Snowdrop, 88. See also Galanthus

~ nivalis.

Spirogyra, 41.

Sprouting of potato, 74.

Stomates, 17, 22.

Succulent plants, 77.

Sucrose, 36, 37.

Sugar as respirable material, 86.

beet, 36.

Sunflower, 57, 58, 115. See also

Helianthus annuus.
Sweet corn, 99.
Swelling, I, 2.

TANNIN, 80.

Temperature, effect on assimilation, 23.

growth, I2i.

respiration, 81.

coefficient of chemical reactions, 23.
Tilia, 33.

europaa, 38.
Tradescantia, no.
Traumatic stimulation, 78.
Tropaolum, 36, 38, 39, 79, 80, 89.

ULTRA-VIOLET light, effect of on en-
zymes, 57.

proteins, 57.

solutions of carbon dioxide,

48.

rays in assimilation, 27-29.



VAN'T HOFF'S Law, 23, 25, 122.
Vaucheria, 10, 38.
Vetch, 87.



140 INDEX

Vitamins, 134-136.
Vitis, 38.

WALNUT, n.

Water, effect of in assimilation, 17.

growth, 128.

respiration, 89.



Wheat, 80, 84, 85, 88, 91, 94, 103, 125,

128, 129.
Wort, 1 1 8.

YEAST, 68, 70, 115, 116, 117.
ZYMASE, 94, 98, 101, 103.



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