Foliar chlorosis was observed to occur frequently during periods of strong insolation in grain plants growing humus soils to which lime had been added to correct acidity. An experiment was undertaken to determine the reasons for the increasing prevalence of chlorosis during periods of clear, sunny weather.
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Loehwing, W. F.
"The Effect of Light Intensity on Tissue Fluids in Wheat,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 37(1), 107-110.
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