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Annual Report of the Delegacy cxxv Richards Ά simplified method for the determination of the nucleotide composition of polyribonucleotides by spectrophotometric analysis Eur Bio- client 1968 256 Richards and Gratzer 'Electrophoresis of RNA Section of Chapter 11 Disc electrophoresis of RNA in polyacrylamide gels In Chromatographic and electrophoretic techniques Vol II-Zone electrophoresis Ed Ivor Smith Heinemann pp 419-437 1968 Rome 'Light and X-ray diffraction studies of the filament lattice of glycerol- extracted rabbit psoas muscle molec Biol 27 1967 591 Simpkins and Richards 'Titration properties of some dinucleotides Biochemistry 1967 2513 'Preparation and properties of oligouridylic acids molec Biol 29 349 967ז Tooze and Davies 'Light- and electron-microscope studies on the spleen of the newt Triturus cristatus the fine structure of erythropoietic cells Cell Sci 1967 617 Tooze and Weber 'Isolation and characterization of amber mutants of bacteriophage R17 molec Biol 28 1967 311 department of botany Bradbccr Studies in seed dormancy IV The role of endogenous inhibitors and gibberellin in the dormancy and germination of Corylus avellana seeds Planta 78 1968 266-76 Bradbeer and Colman 'Metabolic changes in seeds during chilling Proc of International Sym- posium on Physiology Ecology and Biochemistry of Germination 473-82 Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University Greifswald Bradbeer andjarvis 'Nucleotide metabolism of Corylus avellana seeds Biochem 104 1967 39P-40P Bradbecr and Pinfield Studies in seed dormancy III The effects of gibberellin on dormant seeds of Corylus avellana New Phytol 66 1967 515-23 Bradbecr and Wallis Μ 'The nicotinamide adenine nucleotide content of the green parts of higher plants Biochem 108 1068 24P
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