Excerpt from The Bio-Chemical Journal, 1912, Vol. 6
It will be necessary to deal at considerable length with the details of the general method which has been followed in this investigation for the estimation of the sugars in the Snowdrop leaf. This branch of physiological che... mistry is as yet in the tentative stage. Every step requires close study and checking, in order that some degree of accuracy may be attained. No great. Advance, except with respect to the introduction of discriminating yeasts, has been made since the publication of Brown and Morris's work.1 The method they used, in the light of work since carried out on pure sugar mixtures, is open to some objections. Being aware of these sources of error we have endeavoured either to overcome them or to allow for them, hoping that this research mav thereby gain in reliability, though we are quite prepared for the possibility of further sources of error being brought to light in the quantitative estimations of sugars in plant extracts.
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