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J. C. Bose and the German scientific community: scientific and political context

@article{Singh2009JCB,
  title={J. C. Bose and the German scientific community: scientific and political context},
  author={Rajinder Singh},
  journal={Current Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={96},
  pages={419-422}
}
The spearhead of Indian science, Jagadish Chandra Bose (1858―1937) was born about 150 years ago. His discovery of the short-wave electromagnetic waves and invention of a number of scientific instruments brought India on the international scene. His scientific work on plant physiology was novel and highly disputed. During his lifetime, Bose interacted intensively with European men of science. To explore his interaction with the German scientific community, documents of the German Ministry of… 
Guttation: Mechanism, Momentum and Modulation
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This paper attempts have been made, in the light of recent discoveries, and new and novel findings, to review the past and present works reflecting on an integrated view of the mechanism of guttation and its regulation.

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