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" With a view to these researches, of which I merely point out the general nature, but which are immensely varied in details, I lately put this question :* — " Could not experimental greenhouses be built, in which the temperature might be regulated for... "
The Florist and Pomologist: A Pictorial Monthly Magazine of Flowers, Fruits ... - Page 130
1866
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Journal of Botany, British and Foreign

Botany - 1866
...expert ; hence, it is incumbent on scientific men not to pronounce on these delicate questions without substantial proof. With a view to these researches,...temperature might be regulated for a prolonged time, and be either fixed, constant, or variable, according to the wish of the observer?" My question passed unnoticed...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1866
...not to pronounce on these delicate questions without substantial proof. ' Pages 46, 49, 67, and 1S46. With a view to these researches, of which I merely...temperature might be regulated for a prolonged time, and be either fixed, constant, or variable, according to the wish of the observer?" My question passed unnoticed...
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A First Report on the Relations Between Climates and Crops

Cleveland Abbe - Crops and climate - 1905 - 386 pages
...expert ; hence, it is incumbent on scientific men not to pronounce on these delicate questions without substantial proof. With a view to these researches,...temperature might be regulated for a prolonged time, and be either fixed, constant, or variable, according to the wish of the observer?" My question passed unnoticed...
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Bulletin, Issue 36

United States. Weather Bureau - Meteorology - 1905
...expert; hence, it is incumbent on scientific men not to pronounce on these delicate questions without substantial proof. With a view to these researches,...temperature might be regulated for a prolonged time, tind be either fixed, constant, or variable, according to the wish of the observer?7' My question passed...
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A First Report on the Relations Between Climates and Crops

Cleveland Abbe - Crops and climate - 1905 - 386 pages
...incumbent on scientific men not to pronounce on these delicate questions without substantial proof. AVith a view to these researches, of which I merely point...temperature might be regulated for a prolonged time, and be either fixed, constant, or variable, according to the wish of the observer?" My question passed unnoticed...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1866
...49, 57, and 1846. ' Handbuch der Experimental-ptysiologle do Fflaazeu, 1 vol. in 8vo. Leipzig. 1865, With a view to these researches, of which I merely...built, in which the temperature might be regulated ibr a prolonged time, and be either fixed, constant, or variable, according to the wish of the observer?"...
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