A Root of van Helmont's Tree

@article{Howe1965ARO,
  title={A Root of van Helmont's Tree},
  author={H. Howe},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1965},
  volume={56},
  pages={408 - 419}
}
Idiota. If a man should put a hundred weight of earth into a great earthen pot, and should then take some Herbs, and Seeds, and weigh them, and then plant or sow them in that pot, and should let them grow there so long, until hee had successively by little and little, gotten an hundred weight of them, he would find the earth but very little diminished, when he came to weigh it again: by which he might gather that all the aforesaid herbs, had their weight from the water. Therefore the waters… Expand
5 Citations
Early Pioneers of Photosynthesis Research
Before the early researchers on plant nutrition worked out the fundamentals of photosynthesis, plants were believed to obtain their nutrients from humus in the soil. Then, over a period of about 200Expand
A Complete Bibliography of Publications in Isis, 1960{1969
Aborigenes [78]. according [155]. Action [39, 72]. actuelle [87]. actuelles [107, 84]. Acvaghosa [8]. Aegypten [30]. Aether [126]. Agnes [42]. al [11]. Albert [45]. alcune [51]. Algerien [30]. allaExpand
Membrane Voltage as a Dynamic Platform for Spatio-temporal Signalling, Physiological and Developmental Regulation.
TLDR
The origins of the understanding of membrane voltage and its place as a central element in regulating transport and signal transmission are reviewed and the importance of understanding voltage as a common intermediate that acts both as a driving force for transport and as a product of charge flux across the membrane is stressed. Expand