Light, Vegetation and Chlorophyll

Hard Cover, New York: Philosophical Library, 1957. Very Good in Good dust jacket.

Sound binding and hinges. Clean, tanned pages. Paper over boards has light edge rubbing. DJ chipped at top of spine and at lower front corner, with overall edge wear, shelf wear, some darkening at spine. Illustrated with drawings, diagrams. ; A translation from the French of two important works, Lumière et végétation by Terrien and Truffaut, and L'Energie Chlorophyllienne by Carles. The first "is concerned chiefly with the nature of light as a form of energy and the light-requirement of plants in different parts of the world and under different climatic conditions." The second "deals largely with the chemistry of chlorophyll and photosynthesis, and should be of especial interest to those who are concerned in the production of high-protein foodstuffs."; 4.75 x 7.5 Inches; 228 pages.

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Price: $14.00

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