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Analytical، Of all the tissues of the body the crystalline lens seems best adapted to valid experiments in vitro because of the peculiar conditions sur¬ rounding it in vivo It does not depend on direct circulation of blood but on the aqueous humor for its metabolism It should be possible to produce a true and complete synthetic aqueous humor and simulating the other conditions to cause the entire lens to live in vitro and to maintain its transparency Experiments were performed with living lens epithelial cells to show the effect of increasing and decreasing the calcium content of the experi¬ mental medium The amount of calcium in the control medium was subject to variations owing to the fluctuations in the calcium content of the chick embryo extract and of the chicken plasma It was found that epithelial cells of the lens in vitro will withstand relatively large increases in the calcium content of the experimental medium over the level for the control medium without showing any great differences in microscopic appearance growth and activity It was only when the medium contained such a large increase that precipi¬ tations of calcium compounds occurred that the medium became toxic to the cells On the other hand relatively slight reductions of the calcium content of the medium produced toxic reactions in the cells The fraction of the calcium that was reduced in the experimental medium was the ionized diffusible portion as the calcium in Tyrode's solution is in that form The normal aqueous humor probably contains only ionized and nonionized diffusible calcium The humors of the body and of the eye have a variable calcium content and the ratio of the calcium to the potassium content varies for different humors Again the humors differ tremendously from the cells and tissues An interesting parallel was found between the calcium and potassium ratio of the red blood corpuscles and the crystal¬ line lens as compared with that of the blood serum aqueous vitreous spinal fluid and various fluids used in physiologic experiments In cataract the ratio is in part reversed The experiments bearing on the calciumpotassium ratio in vitro were too few in number for one to draw any definite conclusions They open up interesting possibilities however for future work The action of the semipermeable membrane of the crystalline lens in excluding all but a small amount of calcium and allowing potassium to enter and be built up to relatively tremendous proportions when compared with the amount of calcium is a remarkable phenomenon، Of all the tissues of the body the crystalline lens seems best adapted to valid experiments in vitro because of the peculiar conditions sur¬ rounding it in vivo It does not depend on direct circulation of blood but on the aqueous humor for its metabolism It should be possible to produce a true and complete synthetic aqueous humor and simulating the other conditions to cause the entire lens to live in vitro and to maintain its transparency 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adoption of a child Both parents have an individual right to parental leave The Directive does not however necessitate parental leave payments When it comes to parental leave and childcare provision for small children there are marked differences between countries To start with the parental leave the arrangements differ remarkably as do the length and levels of payments There are countries with long leaves but low or no pay and countries with short leaves but high financial coverage In some countries such as Portugal and Sweden parental leave also includes a paid father quota In most EU countries parental leaves are paid although the levels of payments vary enormously For example the parental allowance is 100 per cent of a person’s previous salary in Slovenia 80 per cent in Sweden 65 per cent on average in Finland but 30 per cent in Italy and only around 38 euros per month in Estonia The prevailing practices vary also in terms of the length of parental leave ranging from three years for example in the Czech Republic France and Poland to around three months 14 weeks in Ireland and the UK In addition to parental leave some countries such as Austria and Finland have additional child benefits for families with very young children or ‘homecare payments’ for families with children up to age three who do not use public childcare facilities Kontula and Miettinen 2005 pp 33–5 OECD Family Database 2007 Table PF75 Due to this variety of arrangements assessing the work–family balancing effect of parental leave is difficult We may assume however that in countries where parental leaves are not paid such as in Greece Ireland Portugal Spain and the UK the significance of the leave is most marginal for reconciling family and work If a parent is entitled to stay home with a child up to age three for example in Spain but receives no compensation for the loss of wages it is likely that many find it financially infeasible to take the leave، family friendliness، Declaration of pubic 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