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W. Bridgman, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sei. , 46, No. 10, 1394 (1960). 2. D. B. 5 and 100 Atmospheres," NBS Tech. Note No. 154 (Jan. 1962). 3. R. D. MeCarty and R. B. Stewart, Progress in International Research on Thermodynamic and Transport Properties, Aeademic Press, New York (1962), p. 107. 4. J. W. Dean, "A Tabulation of the Thermodynamic Properties of Normal Hydrogen from Low Temperatures to 3000 K and from 1 to 100 Atmospheres," NBS Teeh. Note No. 120 (Nov. 1961). 5. H. W. Woolley, R. B. Seott, and F.

Furthermore, the relations between these events and biological parameters, such as cell size, permeability to water, and water content, are gradually emerging. Finally, we are beginning to be in a position to relate injury and death to specific physical-chemical events and to predict roughly what procedures will minimize or maximize injury. There are, however, two areas of eomparative ignoranee that deserve mention. One is the mode of action by whieh eertain compounds protect eells from injury, a proteetion that in some eases is quite remarkable.

Although living cells are exceedingly complex in chemical composition and structure. the physical phenomena occurring in them at subzero temperatures can be analyzed to some extent by considering the cell to be nothing but a compartment of aqueous solution separated from the surrounding aqueous environment by a membrane essentially permeable to water and relatively impermeable to solutes. An actual cell (yeast) is shown in Fig. 1. and a schematic one in Fig. 2. \>Vhen a suspension of such cells in.

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