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Uber das Leukosin, den Reservestoff der Chrysophyten

, : Uber das Leukosin, den Reservestoff der Chrysophyten. Naturwiss 38(8): 192-193

Leucosin occurs in marine diatomes Achnantes longipes, Schroederella schroederi, Rhizosolenia stotherfoltii and Biddulphia sinensis in a concn. corresponding to a 15-20% soln. of inulin (according to its light-breaking features). Chemical and physical attributes are descr. including the formation of spheric crystal aggregates, solubility, permeability and possibility of staining.


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