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How do biological systems discriminate among physically similar ions?

The Journal of Experimental Zoology

Oct 1, 1975

Jared M Diamond

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This paper reviews the history of understanding how biological systems can discriminate so strikingly among physically similar ions, especially alkali cations. Appreciation of qualitative regularities ("permitted sequences") and quantitative regularities ("selectivity isotherms") in ion...read more

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  • How do biological systems discriminate among physically similar ions?

    The Journal of Experimental Zoology

    Oct 1, 1975

    Jared M Diamond

    PMID: 452

    DOI: 10.1002/jez.1401940116

    Abstract

    This paper reviews the history of understanding how biological systems can discriminate so strikingly among physically similar ions, especially alkali cations. Appreciation of qualitative regularities ("permitted sequences") and quantitative regularities ("selectivity isotherms") in ion...read more

    Paper Details
    References
    • References36
    • Citations2
    • References36
    • Citations2
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