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Notes on the occurrence of Gammerus limnaeus smith in a saline habitat
Gortner RA,
Harris JA

Science
  53 (1376): 460-462; May 13 1921  
[Full Text]

The osmotic concentration and electrical conductivity of the tissue fluids of ligneous and herbaceous plants
Harris JA,
Gortner RA,
Lawrence JV

Journal of Physical Chemistry
  25 (2): 122-146; Feb 1921  


On the differentiation of the leaf tissue fluids of ligneous and herbaceous plants with respect to osmotic concentration and electrical conductivity
Harris JA,
Gortner RA,
Lawrence JV

J Gen Physiol.
  3 (3): 343-345; Jan 20 1921  
[Full Text]

Maximum values of osmotic concentration in plant tissue fluids
Harris JA,
Gortner RA,
Hoffman WF,
Valentine AT

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  18 (0): 106-109; 1921  


On the relationship between freezing point lowering, ∆, and specific electrical conductivity, K, of plant tissue fluids
Harris JA,
Gortner RA,
Lawrence JV

Science
  52 (1351): 494-495; Nov 19 1920  
[Full Text]

On the hydrolysis of proteins in the presence of extraneous materials and on the origin and nature of the humin of a protein hydrolysate
Gortner RA

Science
  48 (1231): 122-124; Aug 2 1918  
[Full Text]

Hydration capacity of gluten from strong and weak flours
Gortner RA,
Doherty EH

Journal of Agricultural Research
  13 (8): 389-418; May 20 1918  
[Full Text]

Book Review: The anthocyanin pigments of plants
Gortner RA

Science
  47 (1217): 418-419; Apr 26 1918  
[Full Text]

The relationship between the osmotic concentration of leaf sap and height of leaf insertion in trees
Harris JA,
Gortner RA,
Lawrence JV

Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
  44 (6): 267-286; Jun 1917  
[Full Text]

The organic matter of the soil: V. A study of the nitrogen distribution in different soil types
Morrow CA,
Gortner RA

Soil Science
  3 (4): 297-331; Apr 1917  


The organic matter of the soil: IV. Some data on humus-phosphoric acid
Gortner RA,
Shaw WM

Soil Science
  3 (2): 99-111; Feb 1917  


The organic matter of the soil: III. On the production of humus from manures
Gortner RA

Soil Science
  3 (1): 1-8; Jan 1917  


The organic matter of the soil: I. Some data on humus, humus carbon and humus nitrogen
Gortner RA

Soil Science
  2 (5): 395-441, and 2 plate; Nov 1916  


The cryoscopic constants of expressed vegetable saps as related to local environmental conditions in the Arizona deserts
Harris JA,
Lawrence JV,
Gortner RA

Physiological Researches
  2 (1): Jul 1916  


The extraction of sap from plant tissues by pressure
Gortner RA,
Lawrence JV,
Harris JA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  5 (20): 139-142; Apr 1916  


The organic matter of the soil: II. A study of carbon and nitrogen in seventeen successive extracts; with some observations on the nature of the black pigment of the soil
Gortner RA

Soil Science
  2 (0): 539-548; 1916  


An albino salamander, Spelerpes bilineatus
Banta AM,
Gortner RA
In:
Proceedings of the United States National Museum
(ed. ) Washington, D. C.: Government Printing ; 1915. 49, N: 377-379  


On the origin of the humin formed by the acid hydrolysis of proteins
Gortner RA,
Blish MJ

Journal of the American Chemical Society
  37 (6): 1630-1636; Jun 1915  
[Full Text]

On the osmotic pressure of the juices of desert plants
Harris JA,
Lawrence JV,
Gortner RA

Science
  41 (1061): 656-658; Apr 30 1915  
[Full Text]

Accessory appendages and other abnormalities produced in amphibian larvae through the action of centrifugal force
Banta AM,
Gortner RA

Journal of Experimental Zoology
  18 (3): 433-451; Apr 1915  


Studies on the physico-chemical properties of vegetable saps. III: A comparison of the physico-chemical constants of the juices expressed from the wall with those from the included carpellary whorl in proliferous fruits of Passiflora gracilis
Harris JA,
Gortner RA,
Lawrence JV

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  4 (13): 52-79; Mar 1915  


Reaction of rabbits to intravenous injections of mould spores
Blakeslee AF,
Gortner RA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  4 (13): 45-51; Mar 1915  


Studies in the physico-chemical properties of vegetable saps. III: A comparison of physico-chemical constants of the juices expressed from the wall and from the included carpellary whorl in proliferous fruits of Passiflora gracilis
Harris JA,
Gortner RA,
Lawrence JV

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  4 (0): 52-79; 1915  


Note on the solubility of urea in ether, and of uric acid in alcohol and in ether
Gortner RA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  3 (0): 468-469; 1915  


A milky white amphibian egg jell
Banta AM,
Gortner RA

Biological Bulletin, The
  27 (5): 259-261; Nov 1914  


A device to aid in freeing a precipitate from mother liquor when filtering by suction
Gortner RA

Journal of the American Chemical Society
  36 (9): 1967; Sep 1914  
[Full Text]

The production of accessory appendages and other abnormalities in amphibian larvae through the action of centrifugal force
Banta AM,
Gortner RA

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  11 (7): 177-178; Aug 1914  


On the influence of the order of development of the fruits of Passiflora gracilis upon the frequency of teratological variations
Harris JA,
Gortner RA

Plant World, The
  17 (7): 199-203; Jul 1914  


Observations on the toxin of Rhizopus nigricans
Gortner RA,
Blakeslee AF

American Journal of Physiology, The
  34 (4): 353-367; Jul 1 1914  
[Full Text]

Studies on the chemistry of embryonic growth. II. Comparative analysis of the eggs and of the newly-hatched larvae of the giant salamander, Cryptobranchus allegheniensis
Gortner RA

Journal of the American Chemical Society
  36 (7): 1556-1566; Jul 1914  
[Full Text]

The lowest temperature obtainable with ice and salt
Gortner RA

Science
  39 (1007): 584-585; Apr 17 1914  
[Full Text]

Notes on the toxicity of dilute solutions of certain phenolic compounds as indicated by their effect on amphibian eggs and embryos, together with references on modifications of pigment development
Gortner RA,
Banta AM

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  3 (11): 357-368; Apr and Jul 1914  


Notes on the calculation of the osmotic pressure of expressed vegetable saps from the depression of the freezing point, with a table for the values of P for Δ = 0.001 ∘∘ to Δ = 2.999 ∘
Harris JA,
Gortner RA

American Journal of Botany
  1 (2): 75-78; Feb 1914  
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Notes on the technique of the determination of the depression of the freezing point of vegetable saps
Gortner RA,
Harris JA

Plant World, The
  17 (2): 49-53; Feb 1914  


Tables of the relative depression of the freezing point, 1860/Δ, to facilitate the calculation of molecular weights
Harris JA,
Gortner RA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  3 (10): 259-263; Jan 1914  


Researches on the physico-chemical properties of vegetable saps. 2. Note on a comparison of the physico-chemical constants of the juice of apples and pears of varying size and fertility
Harris JA,
Gortner RA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  3 (10): 196-201, with plate ; Jan 1914  


On axial abscission in Impatiens sultani as the result of traumatic stimuli
Gortner RA,
Harris JA

American Journal of Botany
  1 (1): 48-50; Jan 1914  
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Review of Haas and Hills An introduction to the chemistry of plant products
Gortner RA

Science
  38 (977): 407-408; Sep 19 1913  
[Full Text]

Studies on melanin. V: A comparison of certain nitrogen ratios in black and white wool from the same animal
Gortner RA

Journal of the American Chemical Society
  35 (9): 1262-1268; Sep 1913  
[Full Text]

Notes on a differential mortality observed between Tenebrio obscuris and T. molitor
Gortner RA

American Naturalist, The
  47 (561): 572-576; Sep 1913  
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Further notes on the relationship between the weight of the sugar beet and the composition of its juice
Harris JA,
Gortner RA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  2 (8): 524-529; Jul 1913  


The bleached flour decision
Gortner RA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  2 (8): 532-534; Jul 1913  


On the occurrence of a toxin in juice expressed from the bread mould, Rhizopus nigricans (Mucor stolonifer) (Abstract)
Blakeslee AF,
Gortner RA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  2 (8): 542-544; Jul 1913  


Studies on the chemistry of embryonic growth: I. Certain changes in the nitrogen ratios of developing trout eggs
Gortner RA

Journal of the American Chemical Society
  35 (5): 632-645; May 1913  
[Full Text]

On the relationship between the weight of the sugar beet and the composition of its juice
Harris JA,
Gortner RA

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry
  5 (3): 192-195; Mar 1913  


On a possible relationship between the structural peculiarities of normal and teratological fruits of Passiflora gracilis and some physico-chemical properties of their expressed juices
Gortner RA,
Harris JA

Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
  40 (1): 27-34; Jan 1913  
[Full Text]

Haas and Hills Introduction to the chemistry of plant products (a book review)
Gortner RA

Science
  38 (977): 407; 1913  
[Full Text]

Studies on melanin. V: A comparison of certain nitrogen ratios in black and white wool from the same animal (Abstract)
Gortner RA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  2 (8): 544; 1913  


Studies on the chemistry of embryonic growth: I. Certain changes in the nitrogen ratios of developing trout eggs (Abstract)
Gortner RA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  2 (5): 463; 1913  


Induced modifications in pigment development in Spelerpes larvae
Banta AM,
Gortner RA

Ohio Naturalist, The
  13 (3): 49-55; Jan 1913  


Certain observations on the occurrence of tyrosinase in amphibian egg jell (Abstract)
Banta AM,
Gortner RA

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  10 (5): 191; 1913  


The misuse of the term melanin
Gortner RA

Science
  36 (915): 52-53; Jul 1912  
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The occurrence, and the significance, of tyrosinase in the reproductive organs of certain amphibians
Gortner RA

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  9 (6): 118-120; May 15 1912  


The determination of total manganese in soils
Gortner RA,
Rost CO

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry
  4 (7): 522; 1912  


Sur les pigments mélaniques dorigine animale
Gortner RA

Bulletin de la Société Chimique de France
  4 (11): 499-501; 1912  


The laboratory of biological chemistry of the Station for Experimental Evolution, Carnegie Institution of Washington
Gortner RA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  1 (0): 567-579; 1912  


On two different types of melanin
Gortner RA

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  9 (5): 120; 1912  


On melanin
Gortner RA

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  1 (2): 207-215; Dec 1911  


Studies on melanin. IV: The origin of the pigment and the color pattern in the Elytra of the Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata SAY)
Gortner RA

American Naturalist, The
  45 (540): 743-755; Dec 1911  
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Studies on melanin. III: The inhibitory action of certain phenolic substances upon tyrosinase. A suggestion as to the cause of dominant and recessive whites
Gortner RA

Journal of Biological Chemistry, The
  10 (2): 113-122; Sep 1911  
[Full Text]

A variant in the periodical cicada
Gortner RA

Science
  34 (866): 155; Aug 4 1911  
[Full Text]

Studies on melanin. II: The pigmentation of the adult periodical cicada (Tibicen septendecim L.)
Gortner RA

Journal of Biological Chemistry, The
  10 (1): 89-94, and 1 plate; Aug 1911  
[Full Text]

A new decomposition product of keratin which gives Millons reaction
Gortner RA

Journal of Biological Chemistry, The
  9 (5): 355-357; Jun 1911  
[Full Text]

Note on the decomposition of Alloxan
Gortner RA

Journal of the American Chemical Society
  33 (1): 85; Jan 1911  
[Full Text]

On the decomposition of alloxan
Gortner RA

Journal of the American Chemical Society
  33 (1): 85; 1911  
[Full Text]

Studies on melanin. I: Methods of isolation. The effect of alkali on melanin
Gortner RA

Journal of Biological Chemistry, The
  8 (4): 341-363; Oct 1910  
[Full Text]

The stereomeric azobenzenes
Gortner CV,
Gortner RA

Journal of the American Chemical Society
  32 (10): 1294-1296; Oct 1910  
[Full Text]

Spieglers white melanin as related to dominant or recessive white
Gortner RA

American Naturalist, The
  44 (524): 497-502; Aug 1910  
[Full Text]

The origin of the brown pigment in the integuments of the larva of Tenebrio molitor
Gortner RA

Journal of Biological Chemistry, The
  7 (5): 365-370; May 1910  
[Full Text]

A contribution to the study of the oxydases
Gortner RA

Transactions of the London Chemical Society
  97 (0): 110-120; 1910  


On some new quinazoline derivatives
Gortner RA

  49 p.; 1909  



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