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Why plant physiology suffers in India

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    The penurious state of Indian research in plant physiology is described by the President of the International Association for Plant Physiology, Professor H. G. Burstrom of Lunds University, Sweden.

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      Burström, H. G., Boon-Long, S., Lincoln, R. G., and Sen, S. P., The present state of plant physiological research in India. A report of its problems (stencil), 152 pp. Appendix i–iii (Indian Society for Plant Physiology, 1973).

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