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Botany in Russia

Nature volume 131, pages 554555 (15 April 1933) | Download Citation



NUMBERS 1–5 of vol. 27 of the Bulletin of Applied Botany, of Genetics and Plant Breeding, issued at Leningrad, 1931, under the editorship of Prof. Vavilov, director of the Institute of Applied Botany, present a most impressive picture of the vigorous research along purely scientific lines, as well as into applied problems, which is proceeding in the U.S.S.R. In all, these five numbers contain more than two thousand pages. The papers are in Russian but are generally accompanied by English abstracts, upon which the following notes are based.

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