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" ... variegated foliage. The action of electricity on foliage is so doubtful, so difficult to experiment upon, that I dare hardly mention it ; but it can easily be understood how a building constructed as proposed might facilitate experiments on this subject.... "
Journal of Botany, British and Foreign - Page 184
1866
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The Florist and Pomologist: A Pictorial Monthly Magazine of ..., Volumes 5-6

Floriculture - 1866
...proposed might facilitate experiments on thn subject. Respecting the action of plants on the surrounding air, and the influence of a certain composition of...atmosphere upon vegetation, there would be by these means u large field open for experiments. Nothing would bo easier than to create in the experimental hothouse...
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The Journal of Science: 1866, Volume 3

Science - 1866
...yellow, they may hope to obtain at least temporary effects as to the colouring of variegated foliage." " Nothing would be easier than to create in the experimental hot-house an atmosphere of carbonic acid gas, such as is supposed to have existed in the coal period. Then it might be seen...
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The American Naturalist, Volume 1

Biology - 1868
...yellow, they may hope to obtain, at least, temporary effects as to the coloring of variegated foliage. Nothing would be easier than to create in the experimental hot-house an atmosphere of carbonic acid gas, such as is supposed to have existed in the coal period. Then it might be seen...
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Bulletin, Issue 36

Meteorology, Agricultural - 1905
...proposed might facilitate experiments on this subject. Respecting the action of plants on the surrounding air and the influence of a certain composition of...of its action by day and by night. An atmosphere of carbonic-acid gas might also be created, such as is supposed to have existed in the coal period. Then...
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Bulletin, Issue 36

United States. Weather Bureau - Meteorology - 1905
...proposed might facilitate experiments on this subject. Respecting the action of plants on the surrounding air and the influence of a certain composition of the atmosphere upon vegetation, there would lx, by these means a large field open for experiments. Nothing would be easier than to create in the...
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