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Nitrogen and Carbohydrate Metabolism of Kidney Bean Cuttings as Affected by Treatment with Indoleacetic Acid
1. Cuttings of kidney bean seedlings were treated by immersing their bases in 0.01 per cent indoleacetic acid for 4 hours. They were then set in sand in a propagating frame for 120 hours. During thisExpand
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ADAPTATION OF THE MICRO-KJELDAHL METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF NITROGEN IN PLANT TISSUES.
The micro-Kjeldahl method for nitrogen determination has been widely used in organic chemistry laboratories in recent years. The value of this method, developed through the brilliant researches ofExpand
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Improving Smear Technics by the Use of Enzymes
A method for securing spreading of large meiotic chromosomes is described. It consists in treating a piece of fixed anther in a 1% solution of Clarase, a proprietary enzyme complex, or in an extractExpand
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Growth and Metabolism of Bean Cuttings Subsequent to Rooting with Indoleacetic Acid
1. Cuttings of kidney bean seedlings were treated by immersing their bases in water, 0.002 per cent, or 0.01 per cent indoleacetic acid for 3 hours. They were then set in quartz sand contained in 4Expand
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DETERMINATION OF AMINO NITROGEN IN PLANT EXTRACTS.
In nitrogen partition studies it is customary to estimate the amount of nitrogen contained in the alpha-amino groups of amino acids by means of the Van Slyke gasometric or the Sorensen formolExpand
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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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USE OF ENZYMES TO IMPROVE CYTOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES.
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The influence of nutrition on Fusarium basal rot of narcissus and on Fusarium yellows of gladiolus.
THE MOST serious disease of narcissus on the East Coast of the United States is a basal rot of the bulbs caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. narcissi (Cke. et Mass.) Snyder and Hansen. Some rot may beExpand
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