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" The authors suggest (1) that somehow or other the plant is enabled tinder the condition of symbiotic life to fix free nitrogen of the atmosphere by its leaves, a supposition in favor of which there seems to be no evidence whatever; (2) that the parasite... "
Bulletin - Page 138
by United States. Weather Bureau - 1905
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Nature, Volume 42

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1890
...of symbiotic life, to fix free nitrogen of ihe atmosphere by its leaves — a supposition in favour of which there seems to be no evidence whatever. (2) That the parasite utilizes and fixes free nitrogen, and that the nitrogenous compounds formed are taken up by the host....
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Bulletin, Issue 36

United States. Weather Bureau - Meteorology, Agricultural - 1905
...and Gilbert have published a subsequent paper stating that in 1888 they began experiments in the same line as those of Hellriegel. Peas, red clover, vetches,...becomes intelligible. (Agr. Sci., Vol. IV, p. 261.) 138 Berthelot shows that vegetable soils continually absorb nitrogen from the air, and very much more...
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A First Report on the Relations Between Climates and Crops

Cleveland Abbe - Crops and climate - 1905 - 386 pages
...seeded with soil organisms. The authors suggest (1) that somehow or other the plant is enabled tinder the condition of symbiotic life to fix free nitrogen...microbes, becomes intelligible. (Agr. Sci., Vol. IV, p. 2(>1.') As to the relations between plants and atmospheric ammonia, almost all agree that the plant...
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Nature, Volume 42

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1890
...of symbiotic life, to fix free nitrogen of the atmosphere by its leaves — a supposition in favour of which there seems to be no evidence whatever. (2) That the parasite utiliżes and fixes free nitrogen, and that the nitrogenous compounds formed are taken up by the host....
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