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" The effect upon vegetation of the non-visible calorific rays at the other extremity of the spectrum have been but little studied. Accordiag to the experiments we have on this subject, they would appear to have but little power over any of the functions... "
The Florist and Pomologist: A Pictorial Monthly Magazine of Flowers, Fruits ... - Page 131
1866
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Journal of Botany, British and Foreign

Botany - 1866
...the experiments we have on this subject, they would appear to have but little power over any of the functions ; but it would be worth while to investigate...looking into small cases, or into a small apparatus held in the hand, and in which the plants cannot be well seen, the observer would himself be inside...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1866
...the experiments we have on this subject, they would appear to have but little power over any of the functions; but it would be worth while to investigate...process, that is, by means of iodine dissolved in bisulphid of carbon, which permits no trace of visible light to pass. How interesting it would be to...
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A First Report on the Relations Between Climates and Crops

Cleveland Abbe - Crops and climate - 1905 - 386 pages
...would be worth while to investigate further the calorific regions of the spectrum by employing Doctor Tyndall's process — that is, by means of iodine...looking into small cases or into a small apparatus held in the hand and in which the plants can not well be seen, the observer would himself be inside...
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Bulletin, Issue 36

Meteorology, Agricultural - 1905
...the experiments we have on this subject, they would appear to have but little power over any of the functions; but it would be worth while to investigate...the 'calorific regions of the spectrum by employing Doctor Tyndall's process — that is, by means of iodine dissolved in bisulphide of carbon — which...
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Bulletin, Issue 36

United States. Weather Bureau - Meteorology - 1905
...the experiments we have on this subject, they would appear to have but little power over any of the functions; but it would be worth while to investigate...the calorific regions of the spectrum by employing Doctor Tyndall's process — that is, by means of iodine dissolved in bisulphide of carbon — which...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1866
...the experiments we have on this subject, they would appear to have but little power over any of the functions ; but it would be worth while to investigate...process, that is, by means of iodine dissolved in bisulphid of carbon, which permits no trace of visible light to pass. How interesting it would be to...
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