On the Origin of the Lac

@article{StillmanOnTO,
  title={On the Origin of the Lac},
  author={John Maxson Stillman},
  journal={The American Naturalist},
  volume={14},
  pages={782 - 787}
}
  • J. Stillman
  • Published 1 November 1880
  • Biology
  • The American Naturalist
tested by its grittiness, which is due to inorganic crystals, and rhubarb should contain a high per cent. of inorganic matter. Other uses might be enumerated and given in this list, and perhaps some of them are of more importance than those mentioned, but sufficient has been said to show that they are probably of some practical value to man. It is hoped that this article will induce other investigators to take up this subject and find, if possible, their exact use in the economy of the plant… Expand
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John Maxson Stillman (1852-1923)
physics may be singled out. Among the numerous EUCLID items in Greek, Arabic, Latin, and other tongues, are the Elementa, printed by RATDOLT in Venice in 1482, and the English translation by H.Expand