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New York Acad. , 1967, 141, 139. L. C . Raymundo, A. E. Griffiths, and K. L. Simpson, Phytochernistry, 1970, 9, 1239. A. -Numerous techniques are employed for administration of substrates to intact animals, organs, and tissues. By far the most common experimental approach has been to use tissue homogenates or slices; the reader will find it difficult to open an issue of any major biochemical journal without finding reports of the use of these techniques. With regard to the special interest of this Report, homogenates and thin tissue slices partake of many characteristics of growing cell suspensions-they are merely placed in contact with substrate in aqueous solution, which then enters the cells by diffusion.

1 4 5 Compounds have been absorbed after being sprayed on leaves in aqueous solution,'46 and Bennett and HeftmannI4' have developed the useful technique of spraying non-aqueous solutions on leaves, followed by an 'overspray of silicone oil in light petroleum. 109"48is absorbed within a few hours. '':. 1 4 9 This technique is also used in conjunction with vacuum infiltra- '", D. E. Bland and A. F. Logan, Phviochemistry, 1967, 6, 1075; M. Kito, H. Kokura, J. Izaki, and K. Sasaoka, Phyrochemistry, 1968, 7, 599.

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