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" ... which flourish in situations very distant from the coast, provided they occasionally receive breezes from the sea, communicate a saline impregnation to the soil in their immediate vicinity, derived from the salt which they doubtless had imbibed by... "
The Farmer's Magazine - Página 205
por Staff - 1838
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Animal and Vegetable Physiology: Considered with Reference to ..., Parte2

Peter Mark Roget - 1834 - 661 páginas
...derived from the salt which they doubtless had imbibed by the leaves. Although the materials which are thus excreted by the roots are noxious to the plant...particularly in the vicinity of the willow ; and the Orobanchc, or broom-rape, in that of hemp. This fact has also been established experimentally by M....
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The Edinburgh Review, Volumen60

1835
...derived from the salt which they doubtless had imbibed by the leaves. ' Although the materials which arc thus excreted by the roots are noxious to the plant...kinds of plants ; thus it has been observed that the Saiicaria flourishes particularly in the vicinity of the willow, and the Orobanche, or broomrape, in...
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The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears, Volumen14

Edward Isidore Sears - 1867
...derived from the salt which they doubtless had imbibed by the leaves. "Although the materials which are thus excreted by the roots are noxious to the plant...willow, and the Orobanche, or broomrape, in that of the hemp. This fact has also been established experimentally by M. Macaire, who found that the water...
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The National Quarterly Review, Volumen14

Edward Isidore Sears, David Allyn Gorton, Charles H. Woodman - 1867
...from the salt which they doubtless had imbibed by the leaves. • " Although the materials which are thus excreted by the roots are noxious to the plant...other individuals of the same species, it does not tfieret'ore fallow that they are incapable of supplying salutary nourishment to other kinds of plants...
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