This paper deals with the relation between substrate concentration and velocity in the case of the reduction of methylene blue and of the other oxidation-reduction indicators of Clark by B. coli in the presence of succinic acid and glucose. This system is compared with starch and barley amylase. Reasons are given for considering the mechanism as an adsorption phenomenon.
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