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Journal Article

Comparative Studies on Respiration XXI. Acid Formation and Decreased Production of CO2 Due to Ethyl Alcohol

Marian Irwin and Margaret Weinstein
American Journal of Botany
Vol. 9, No. 6 (Jun., 1922), pp. 277-282
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Topics: Alcohols, Seedlings, Carbon dioxide, Tap water, Respiration, Liquids, Radishes, Organic acids, Botany, Sodium
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Ethyl alcohol decreases the production of carbon dioxide by radish seedlings and at the same time brings about the formation of organic acids.

Notes and References

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    Irwin, M. Jour. Gen. Physiol.3: 203-206. 1920.
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    Zaleski, W. Biochem. Zeitschr.69 : 283-289. 1915.
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    Irwin, M. Jour. Gen. Physiol.1399-403. 1919.
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    Loeb, J., and Wasteneys, H. Jour. Biol. Chem.14: 517-523. 1913.
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