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Biological Studies in Java1

Nature volume 88, pages 599600 (29 February 1912) | Download Citation



THE memoir referred to below contains a series of articles embodying the results of six months' study and observation in Java in the winter of 1909–10. The subjects dealt with are:—(1) climbing organs within the genus Randia; (2) Javan Myrmecodia; (3) the “silver-field” of Haplochilus panchax; (4) the microbiological processes in the humus of certain humus collecting Epiphytes; (5) the bacteria nodules on the leaf-margins of Ardisia crispa.

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