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Abstract

Tr. foetus grown anaerobically produce 9-11 ml. of hydrogen per 50 ml. culture medium.
The hydrogen evolution depended on the amount of glucose present. -JAS. G. O'SULLIVAN.

Author(s)
SUZUOKI-ZIRÔ; SUZUOKI-TUNEKO.
Publisher
Lond,
Citation
Nature, 1951, 168, pp 610