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- Leaf space studies, 1959
Plants -- Measurement
Plants -- Research
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- This folder contains research notes, line graphs, and spreadsheet charts filled with data related to a leaf spacing study done in the cities of Clayton and Oxford, North Carolina. Factors researched in the study include comparing the distance between leaf nodes and the number of spaces between leaves, as well as the varieties of plants used in the experiments.
Charts (Graphic documents)
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Cultivating a Revolution
- Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
- Charles W. Suggs Papers, 1914 - 1995 (Mc00033) held by Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
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- Digitization of this resource was partially supported with federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds made possible through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.
Scanned folders from the same box
- Plant impact tests, 1960-1961
Series 2, Oversizebox 43, Folder 1
- Leaf area studies, 1957-1959
Series 2, Oversizebox 43, Folder 2
- Leaf area versus stalk diameter studies, 1960-1962
Series 2, Oversizebox 43, Folder 3
- Studies on leaf temperature and plant size variance, 1960
Series 2, Oversizebox 43, Folder 4
- Leaf space studies, 1959, Series 2, Oversizebox 43, Folder 5 (Current Folder)
- Study on date of planting, 1960-1962
Series 2, Oversizebox 43, Folder 6
- Study on date of planting, 1960
Series 2, Oversizebox 43, Folder 7
- Leaf thickness study, 1959
Series 2, Oversizebox 43, Folder 8