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Diagram of fundamental induction experiment with yeast as both sender and detector (mutoinduction).

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Diagram of fundamental induction experiment with a chemical or enzymatic reaction as sender, and bacteria as detector.

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A typical bacterial growth curve, represented by the solid line. Growth of a bacterial culture after exposure to a mitogenetic ray sender, indicated by broken line. Redrawn from Wolff and Ras.58

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Diagram of modified Geiger-Müller counter with simplified accessory circuits.

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Diagram illustrating mitogenetic induction through a secondary radiator.

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Spectral analysis of mitogenetic radiation from rabbit blood, and identification of the bands. Redrawn from Golischewa.16G, Glycolitic spectrum; N, spectrum of peptid cleavages, so-called NH3 spectrum, K, spectrum of creatin-phosphate cleavage; P, phosphatase spectrum; O, oxidation spectrum; ?, lines of unknown origin.

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N = N 0 2 ( t t 0 ) / T ,
I = I 0 10 c d ,
= ( 1 / c d ) log 10 ( I 0 / I ) .