Developments in Industrial Microbiology: Volume 1 by Saul Rich (auth.)

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However, at higher doses a considerable increase was found in the frequency of the radioresistant mutants, and it appeared evident that the selecting agent was also the inducing agent and that the number of induced mutations far outweighed the number of spontaneous mutations (Witkin, 1947). Thus it was logical to expect that E. coli B placed in an environment that included exposure to ionizing radiation wouldbe able to adapt to this environmental condition, or more properly, to expect the resistant cells, which have a high selective advantage, to steadily increase in frequency in the culture.

1953 Algal culture from laboratory to pilot plant. Carnegie Institute of Washington Publication 600, Chapter 17. Chappelle, E. W. and Krall, A. R. 1959 Enzymatic uptake of carbonmonoxidebycell-free extracts of spinach leaves. Abstracts 136th Meeting American Chemical Society. 71c. , and Arnold, W. A. 1932 Aseparation of the reactions in photosynthesis by means of intermittent light. J. Gen. Physiol, 15, 391-420. D .. cited in Wilks, S. W. 1959 Carbon monoxide in green plants. Science, 129, 964-966.

Coli Band authentic E. coli B Ir were also grown in nutrient broth to which was added amounts of hydrogen peroxide ranging from 0 to 75 ppm. Light transmittance of 24-hr-old cultures was measured at 540 m,u in an Evelyn colorimeter with an uninoculated broth tube set ·,1 '~. a t , lOfi!!! ative light transmittance. As is readily seen in Table 1 all of the R-ll i'~iJiat~1t'are at least as resistant to hydrogen peroxide as is strain B/r and all differ markedly from the response shown by E. coli B.

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