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Effects of air pollutants: Controlled air pollution studies reveal injury to certain important processes of plant life by air-borne toxicants

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Glenn W. Todd, University of California, Riverside.
John T. Middleton, University of California. Riverside.
Robert F. Brewer, University of California, Riverside.

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California Agriculture 10(7):7-14.

Published July 01, 1956

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Symptoms of plant damage in the field can often be identified as the effect of one or more air pollutants. However, the exact mechanisms whereby the plant is damaged and the various manifestations of damage—after fumigation with air toxicants—are not so well known.

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R. T. Wedding, Assistant Plant Physiologist, and L. C. Erickson, Associate Plant Physiologist, University of California, Riverside, conducted some of the experiments reported here.

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1633.

Effects of air pollutants: Controlled air pollution studies reveal injury to certain important processes of plant life by air-borne toxicants

Glenn W. Todd, John T. Middleton, Robert F. Brewer
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Effects of air pollutants: Controlled air pollution studies reveal injury to certain important processes of plant life by air-borne toxicants

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Authors

Glenn W. Todd, University of California, Riverside.
John T. Middleton, University of California. Riverside.
Robert F. Brewer, University of California, Riverside.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(7):7-14.

Published July 01, 1956

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Symptoms of plant damage in the field can often be identified as the effect of one or more air pollutants. However, the exact mechanisms whereby the plant is damaged and the various manifestations of damage—after fumigation with air toxicants—are not so well known.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

R. T. Wedding, Assistant Plant Physiologist, and L. C. Erickson, Associate Plant Physiologist, University of California, Riverside, conducted some of the experiments reported here.

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1633.


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