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ALKALOIDS FROM SANGUINARIA CANADENSIS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON GROWTH OF PHYMATOTRICHUM OMNIVORUM.
Sanguinaria canadensis L. is reported by Taubenhaus and Ezekiel (6) to be highly resistant to the Phymatotrichum root rot. It has long been of interest on account of its alkaloidal content. Dana (1)Expand
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Microbiological Degradation of Cellulose
destructiveness of microorganisms which degrade cellulose, their control by chemicals, and the resistance of chemically modified cellulose to these agents has been obtained through this systematicExpand
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UNFREEZABLE AND FREEZABLE WATER EQUILIBRIUM IN PLANT TISSUES AS INFLUENCED BY SUB-ZERO TEMPERATURES.
It is commonly accepted that with bioeolloidal systems there is a definite temperature at which all of the freezable water will be frozen (7, 11, 6, and others). This temperature has been arbitrarilyExpand
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ISOLATION OF THE ALKALOIDS, BERBERINE AND BERBAMINE, FROM MAHONIA SWASEYI.
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Infrared Spectra of Bacterial Cellulose
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HYDRATION STUDIES IN FRESH AND DRIED RED CLOVER ROOTS AND SHOOTS WITH REFERENCE TO PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF TISSUE.
It is well known that plant tissues which have been thoroughly dried readily absorb atmospheric moisture. This process has been termed rehydration. In recent years it has been established that livingExpand
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Deterioration of materials. Causes and preventive techniques
Important factors in deterioration of materials: climate, chemical and physical agent, biological agents. Preservation of materials. Some assembled units and their preservation: electrical andExpand
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