By Joachim Hayward Stocqueler
This old booklet could have a variety of typos and lacking textual content. dealers can frequently obtain a loose scanned reproduction of the unique publication (without typos) from the writer. now not listed. no longer illustrated. 1832 variation. Excerpt: ... their religious must haves there's a huge share of bishops and monks. There are likewise a monastery and a nunnery right here, either one of that are rather well supported. i used to be authorised to go to the nunnery, and there observed twenty-four heavy old dames, mortifying themselves in coarse blue fabric, shut cells, and condiments. the woman abbess and her deputy obtained me very with politeness, and taken care of me to sweetmeats and anisette in their personal making. They then led me to the chapel, the backyard, and the galleries of the nunnery, in all of which I encountered reasonable devotees, muffled as much as the nostril, after the style of the Armenian women, and engaged within the quite a few operations of sock knitting, smoking and praying. Poverty and grime have been the distinguishing gains of the complete institution. The convent of Julfa is best chanced on. The governing bishop and his confreres have plentiful 132 A sacristy DINNER. room, lots of society, and a good offered desk. I dined as soon as together with his lordship and the churchwardens, and located that sacristy honours and sacristy appetites are usually not solely English features. The dinner used to be unfold as traditional at the floor, on a wide white textile, round which the site visitors assembled. positioned contrary each one visitor used to be a plate, knife, fork, spoon, and glass, a bit of cheese, or 3 ft of bread, and a difficult boiled egg. The ceremonial dinner started by means of every person consuming a dram of aniseed; then got here in fast succession mutton chops, boiled fowls, boiled kidneys, bitter curds, tea, apricots, apples, and grapes, sweetmeats, and salt fish; to every of which laymen and churchmen did equivalent justice, completing the ceremonial dinner with a sacrifice to Bacchus. I remained a month at Isfahan, and handed the latter 1/2 the time in arranging for my...
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Recen t work (H. Coldfine and C. 1’. Ailhaud, unpublished observations) has demonstrated the formation of phosphatidic mid with acyl-S-acyl carrier protein derivatives as the acyl donors. Exogenous fatty acids can be used by E. coli for both phospholipid synthesis and energy production, via /3-oxidation. 17i)), ‘I’hiis transucylation from coonzymo-A catws to glyCerophOsphiLt~! p v i t l c s a mcchanism for utilizing exogcnous fatty acids directly for 1)hospholipid synthesis. Samuel and Ailhaud ( 1909) were unable to demonstratc activation of exogenous fatty acids by Cl.
In essence, this process does not differ from fatty-acid synthesis in higher organisms in which acetyl and malonyl reRidues are transferred to similar 4'-phosphopantetheine prosthetic groups on a multi-enzyme complex (Majerus and Vagelos, 1967). All of thesereactioiis are similar to those known to occur in the synthesis of saturated fatty aaids in higher organisms. , 1969). In bactcria and plants, the acyl carrier proteins arc small proteins and aro easily separated from thc other cneymes of fatty-acid synthesis.
The exact function of phosphatidylcholine is not clear, but these relationships, as well as its known presence in tlie intracytoplasmic membranes of higher organisms, suggest an important role for this lipid in membrane structure and function. The evidence from the comparative lipid compositions of bacteria favours the idea that phosphatidylcholine biosynthesis evolved more recently than the biosynthesis of phosphatidylglycerol and phosphatidylethanolamine. The polar lipids of several species of Gram-negative bacteria have been found to contain ornithinc.