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" ... rapidly to maturity. When a plant is quite matured, and when the organs, by which it obtains food from the atmosphere, are formed, the carbonic acid of the soil is no further required. "
The American Agriculturist - Page 59
1845
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Organic Chemistry in Its Applications to Agriculture and Physiology

Justus Freiherr von Liebig, Lyon Playfair Baron Playfair - 1840 - 407 pages
...receives its food, both by the roots, and by the organs above ground, and advances rapidly to maturity. When a plant is quite matured, and when the organs,...of a plant, provided it receives from the dew and the atmosphere as much as is requisite for the process of assimilation. During the heat of summer it...
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British Farmer's Magazine, Volume 4

1840
...thus gives rise to the formation of carbonic acid. When a plant is quite matured, and when the leaves, the organs by which it obtains food from the atmosphere,...carbonic acid of the soil is no further required. The Assimilation of Hydrogen.—The solid part of plants (woody fibre) contains carbon and the constituents...
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Chemistry in Its Application to Agriculture and Physiology

Justus Freiherr von Liebig, Lyon Playfair Baron Playfair - 1842 - 430 pages
...receives its food both by the roots and by the organs above ground, and advances rapidly to maturity. When a plant is quite matured, and when the organs...of a plant, provided it receives from the dew and the atmosphere as much as is requisite for the process of assimilation. During the heat of summer it...
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Lectures on Agricultural Chemistry and Geology, Volume 1

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1842 - 295 pages
...the authority of a name. Of this kind appears, at first sight, to be the statement of Liebig, that " when a plant is quite matured, and when the organs...carbonic acid of the soil is no further required" — and that, " during the heat of summer it derives its carbon exclusively from the atmosphere."*...
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Chemistry in its application to agriculture and physiology

Justus Freiherr von Liebig - 1843 - 246 pages
...the decomposition of humus by alkalies; it does not exist in the humus of vegetable physiologists. the organs by which it obtains food from the atmosphere are formed, the carbonic acid of the soil is no farther required. Deficiency of moisture in the soil, or its complete dryness, does not now check the...
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The American Agriculturist, Volume 3

1844
...with as much pertinacity as if there was not a tree or bush within a hundred miles of G iessen: — "When a plant is quite matured, and when the organs...required. " Deficiency of moisture in the soil, or its compíele dryness, does not now check the growth of a plant, provided it receives from the dew and...
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Lectures on the Applications of Chemistry and Geology to Agri-culture ...

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1844 - 619 pages
...the authority of a name. Of this Kind appears, at first sight, to be the statement of Liebig, that "when a plant is quite matured, and when the organs...carbonic acid of the soil is no further required" — and that, "during the heat of summer it derives its carbon exclusively from the atmosphere."—...
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Lectures on the Applications of Chemistry and Geology to Agriculture, Part 3

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1844 - 708 pages
...may be within their reach. Of this kind appear*, at first sight, to be the statement of Liebig, that "when a plant is quite matured, and when the organs...formed, the carbonic acid of the soil is no further required"—and that, "during the heal of summer ii derive* its carbon exclusively from the atmosphere."—[Organic...
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Agricola's Letters and Essays on Sugar Farming in Jamaica

W. F. Whitehouse - 1845 - 352 pages
...no' Horn the sell, but from . . j T'> c . /. . , ,iu, ,,r longer requ,red. Defic,ency of mo,sture m the soil, or its complete dryness, does not now check...of a plant, provided it receives from the dew and the atmosphere as much as is requisite for the process of assimilation. During the heat of Summer,...
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The Practical Sugar Planter: A Complete Account of the Cultivation and ...

Leonard Wray - 1848 - 415 pages
...receives its food both by the roots and by the organs above ground, and advances rapidly towards maturity. When a plant is quite matured, and when the organs...carbonic acid of the soil is no further required." These very simple explanations of the origin, formation, natural properties, and peculiar actions of...
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