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After W. J. ) during cell division. The variety in forms of protoplasmic flow is also rather great, especially difficult of interpretation are the opposing currents of flow within the same cell or plasmodium. SCHMIDT (1928), FREy-WYSSLING (1949), LOEWY (1949), GOLDACRE (1950) et. al. interpreted protoplasmic streaming in terms of the contraction and expansion of protein threads for which there is no evidence. Seeking a more convincing hypothesis of protoplasmic movement which would satisfy all conditions and which would serve as well to explain nerve conduction and muscular activity, I concluded that ionic fields, such as those which surround colloidal particles, would, if disturbed by depolarization, provide the necessary stimulus (SEIFRIZ 1953a, b).
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