Biology of Hydra by Allson Burnett (Eds.)

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Pirardi are inhibited by chemical stimulation using reduced glutathione. 2 0 if i 400 450 500 550 600 650 Wavelength of light (mjj) Fig. 6. Effect of light on the sensitivity of dark-adapted Hydra viridis to mechanical stimulation. (A) Solid line (light), response curve of 30 hydras tested in ambient light; broken line (dark 24 hours), response curve of 30 hydras dark-adapted for 24 hours and tested in ambient light. (B) Response curves of 150 hydras dark-adapted for 24 hours: solid line (control), tested in the dark; broken line (0 minutes), immediately on exposure to ambient light, and broken lines, after 15 and 30 minutes respectively in ambient light.

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