|Institution:||University of Missouri – Columbia|
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Nageli, Dandeno and True and Oglevee have drawn the conclusion that the presence of insoluble substances in toxic solutions reduces the toxicity of such solutions. Since in the work already done along this line, phanerogams have been used, it was thought that something interesting as well as profitable might result from a repetition of previous experiments using fungus forms. Experiments which employ seedlings much of necessity run only a short time. It is also difficult to determine at just what point death occurs.