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" ... found external to the fungus mantle, which prolonged into threads among the particles of soil. Frank concluded that the chlorophyllous tree acquires its nutriment from the soil through the agency of the fungus. Such a mode of accumulation by these... "
Bulletin - Page 138
by United States. Weather Bureau - 1905
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 43

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1888
...the action is the most marked in the surface layers of soil rich in humus, and it is stated that the development has not been observed on the roots of any herbaceous plants, the facts so far recorded do not aid us in the explanation of the acquirement of nitrogen by deep and...
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London: B.

Biology - 1890
...observed, the action was most marked in the surface layers of soil rich in humus, and it is stated that the development has not been observed on the roots of any herbaceous plants, the facts so far recorded do not aid us in the explanation of the acquirement of nitrogen by deep and...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 43

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1888
...the action is the most marked in the surface layers of soil rich in humus, and it is stated that the development has not been observed on the roots of any herbaceous plants, the facts so far recorded do not aid us in the explanation of the acquirement of nitrogen by deep and...
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The Rothamsted Memoirs on Agricultural Chemistry and Physiology, Volume 6

Rothamsted Experimental Station - Agricultural chemistry - 1890
...the action is the most marked in the surface layers of soil rich in humus, and it is stated that the development has not been observed on the roots of any herbaceous plants, the facts so far recorded do not aid us in the explanation of the acquirement of nitrogen by deep and...
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 180

Meteorology - 1890
...observed, the action was most marked in the surface layers of soil rich in humus, and it is stated that the development has not been observed on the roots of any herbaceous plants, the facts so far recorded do not aid us in the explanation of the acquirement of nitrogen by deep and...
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THE ROTHAMSTED MEMOIRS ON AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY

JOHN BENNET LAWES, AND JOSEPH HENRY GILBERT - 1893
...the action is the most marked in the surface layers of soil rich in humus, and it is stated that the development has not been observed on the roots of any herbaceous plants, the facts so far recorded do not aid us in the explanation of the acquirement of nitrogen by deep and...
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A First Report on the Relations Between Climates and Crops

Cleveland Abbe - Crops and climate - 1905 - 386 pages
...existing evidence is insufficient to explain the source of all the nitrogen of the Leguminosfie. 137 Frank had observed that the feeding roots of certain...stating that in 1888 they began experiments in the same line as those of Hellriegel. Peas, red clover, vetches, blue and yellow lupins, and lucerne were...
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A First Report on the Relations Between Climates and Crops

Cleveland Abbe - Crops and climate - 1905 - 386 pages
...that existing evidence is insufficient to explain the source of all the nitrogen of the Leguminosiie. Frank had observed that the feeding roots of certain...aid us in explaining how the deep and strong rooted Leguminosse acquire nitrogen from the raw clay subsoils of Eoth. amsted. In continuation of their investigations,...
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Bulletin, Issue 36

Meteorology, Agricultural - 1905
...fungus. Such a mode of accumulation by these green-leaved plants plainly allies them very closely lo fungi themselves; but inasmuch as in the cases observed...aid us in explaining how the deep and strong rooted Leguminosse acquire nitrogen from the raw clay subsoils of Rothamsted. In continuation of their investigations,...
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