Report of the Board of Regents Volume 66

Report of the Board of Regents Volume 66

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...produced by many chemiluminescent reactions appears greenish to the human eye, it would seem that these should give spectra approximating that of the firefly see Radziszewski (eo), Trautz (7), but in view of the facts that the light 1. Portion of the visible solar (grat ing) spectrum. 2. Spectrum of Pynphorta noert luau (Langley and Very ). 3. Spectrum of Lampyrit mctilue-s (Conroy). 4. Spectrum of Pkotintu pyralu (Ives and Coblenti a, Coblenti s.). 5. Spectrum of Photinus eonmn guintus (Coblenti ). 6. Spectrum of Photurto pcniujl tonfco (Coblenti i ). 7. Spectrum of Phengoda latieoUu $ (original). 8. Spectrum of Bacterium pliotplto reum, B. pkotphoretctru, and Bacillus photoffnus (MollKh; Mangold i). 9. Spectrum of Pttoobaaerium in dicum (Barnaid). 10. Spectrum of Mycelium X (Mo li h-: Mangold). n. Spectrum of luminous bacteria from sea flah (Forster; Mangold"). 12. Spectrum of Agariau (Ludwig; Mangold ). 13. Fluorescent spectrum of fluor escent material (luciferesceine) from Photinu pynlit (Coblenti ."). Numbers 2 to 7 inclusive, are from insects. Numbers 8, 9, and 11 are from microorganisms. Numbers 10 and 12 are from fungi. Only the extreme ends of the bands are shown, no attempt being mode to Indicate the relative density of different portions of the spectra; thus in 7 the maximum intensity la confined to a very much narrower band than shown for the whole spectrum. Fig. 1.--Spectral range of light from different organism!. emitted in most of these cases is very feeble and that the human eye is decidedly more sensitive to the greenish tones than to others, it may be simply that the amount of radiation, other than that giving the sensation of green, produced by these reactions...show more

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  • Paperback | 298 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 16mm | 535g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236862767
  • 9781236862761