Hypertonic and Hypotonic Solutions
The colloidal behavior of protoplasm follows a queer pattern. One surprising and rather striking fact is that agents which might presumably be supposed to act in opposite fashion often enough have the same sort of an effect on protoplasm. So for example, cold and heat both can liquefy, both can coagulate protoplasm, both can act as stimulating agents, and both can anesthetize.
KeywordsHypotonic Solution Centrifuge Method Hypertonic Solution Stimulate Agent Anesthetic Action
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