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Pathologische Pflanzenanatomie

Nature volume 68, pages 244245 (16 July 1903) | Download Citation



THAT plants have their diseases is a truth that has forced itself more and more on this colonial empire of ours, and that the signs of disease frequently express themselves in abnormal structures and outgrowths is well known to those few experts who have to deal with the galls, cankers, pustules, tumours, and other “malignant” tissue-formations, the very names of which remind us of the ills to which flesh is heir.

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