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Botany at the British Association

    Naturevolume 79pages8486 (1908) | Download Citation



    THE proceedings of Section K at Dublin, under the presidency of Dr. F. F. Blackman, were rather above than below the average standard of quality, and were characterised by more homogeneity than is usually the case, a large proportion of the papers dealing with certain aspects of physiological botany. Several of these dealt with those fields of investigation in which progress at present consists in the application of physico-chemical principles and quantitative methods to the experimental analysis of complex physiological phenomena into their component processes and factors.

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