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H. Early osmotic history of the plasma membrane. Circulation 26: 1013-1021, 1962. 46. }ACOBS, M. , and A. K. PARPART. Osmotic properties ofthe erythrocyte. Il. The influence of pH, temperature and oxygen tension on hemolysis by hypotonic solutions. Biol. Bull. Woods Hole 60: 95-119, 1932. JAcoBs, M. , and A. K. ls erythrocyte permeable to hydrogen? Biol. Bull. Woods Hole 62: 63-76, 1933. 47. JAcoss, M. , and A. K. PARPART. The influence of certain alcohols on the permeability of the erythrocyte.

The difficulty with X-ray analysis, as with polarization optics, is that a layer only 60-100 Ă thick would give such weak diffraction spots as to render them useless; only if a stack of membranes could be prepared would it be possible to obtain adequate X-ray diffraction patterns. Schmitt and Palmer (61), with what turned out to be brilliant prescience, thought that the myelin sheath of vertebrate nerve might be made up of layers of lipids similar in composition to those constituting the plasma membrane.

W. L. D. CAsPAR, W. C. PHILLIPS, and D. A. GoonENOUGH. ]. Cell Biol. 7 4: 629-645, 1977. 51. , and C. CRAMER. Pfianzenphysiologische Untersuchungen. Zurich, Switzerland: Schultess, 1855, pt. 1. ] [ 48 l 52. 0RsKov, S. L. Untersuchungen iiber den Einfluss von Kohlensăure und Biei auf die Permeabilităt cler Blutkorperchen fiir Kalium und Rubidium. Biochem. Z. 279: 250-261, 1935. 53. OsTERHOUT, W. J. V. Permeability in large plant cells and in models. Ergeb. Physiol. Biol. Chem. Exp. Pharmakol. 35: 967-1021, 1933.

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