The apples were obtained from Iowa, New York, Arkansas and Washington, so as to present different growing conditions. The following varieties were prepared by the paraffine method sectioned and drawn with the camera lucida: Jonathan from Iowa, Washington and New York; Gano from Iowa; Grimes from Arkansas, Washington and Iowa; Winesap from Iowa and Washington; Ben Davis from Arkansas and New York; Salome from Iowa and Washington; Hubbardston from New York; Black Twig and Willow Twig from Iowa; Fallawater, Twenty Ounce, Wealthy, Baldwin, Greening, Fameuse, and Maiden Blush from New York; Collins Red from Arkansas; and the Delicious from Iowa.
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"The Cutinization of Apple Skins in Relation to Their Keeping Qualities and Their Environment,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 24(1), 483-484.
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