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Suspended Germination of Seeds

Nature volume 74, page 636 (25 October 1906) | Download Citation

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IN Mr. Claridge Druce's letter in NATURE of October 11 he rightly remarks that in order to prove the suspended germination of seeds over long periods, instances are required in which the factors of wind-carried seeds, &c., can be with some certainty eliminated. The following case, though not absolutely conclusive, may still be of interest.

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