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" Sachs, in his recently published and valuable work on physiological botany,' remarks much the same deficiencies, notwithstanding that some progress has been made in these matters. The evil consists in this, that when it is desired to observe the action... "
Journal of Botany, British and Foreign - Page 179
1866
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1866
...matters. The evil consists in this, that when it is desired to observe the action of temperature, either fixed or varied, mean or extreme, or the effect of...upon the atmosphere. Place plants under a receiver, and they are no longer in a natural condition ; leave them in the open air, and the winds and currents,...
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The Florist and Pomologist: A Pictorial Monthly Magazine of ..., Volumes 5-6

Floriculture - 1866
...or the effect of light, it is exceedingly difficult, and sometimes imposwiblc, when observations arc made in the usual manner, to eliminate the effects...to ascertain the influence of the gases diffused in tho atmosphere around plants, or that of the plants themselves upon the atmosphere. Place plants under...
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A First Report on the Relations Between Climates and Crops

Cleveland Abbe - Crops and climate - 1905 - 386 pages
...matters. The evil consists in this, that when it is desired to observe the action of temperature, either fixed or varied, mean or extreme, or the effect of...plants in too contracted a space, either in tubes or bell glasses. This last objection is apparent when it is wished to ascertain the influence of the gases...
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Bulletin, Issue 36

United States. Weather Bureau - Meteorology - 1905
...matters. The evil consists in this, that when it is desired to observe the action of temperature, either fixed or varied, mean or extreme, or the effect of...plants in too contracted a space, either in tubes or bell glasses. This last objection is apparent when it is wished to ascertain the influence of the gases...
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Bulletin, Issue 36

Meteorology, Agricultural - 1905
...made in the usual manner), to eliminate the effects of the constant variations of heat and light. Tn the laboratory it is possible to operate under more...plants in too contracted a space, either in tubes or bell glasses. This last objection is apparent when it is wished to ascertain the influence of the gases...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1866
...matters. The evil consists in this, that when it is desired to observe the action of temperature, either fixed or varied, mean or extreme, or the effect of...upon the atmosphere. Place plants under a receiver, and they are no longer in a natural condition ; leave them in the open air, and the winds and currents,...
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