3 edition of Agricultural chemistry found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by B.A. Yagodin ; translated from the Russian by V.G. Vopyan.|
|Contributions||I͡A︡godin, B. A.|
|LC Classifications||S585 .A58513 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||85119469|
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Organic agricultural chemistry; a textbook of general agricultural chemistry or elementary bio chemistry for use in colleges, by Joseph Scudder Chamberlain. Agricultural chemistry is a subject presenting two quite distinct lines of study.
The study of soils and fertilizers, including the relation of the plant to its soil food. This book discusses as well the methods for the determination of some of the individual minerals. The final chapter deals with the variation of the color of a solution with a change in the concentration of one of its constituents, which forms the basis of colorimetric analysis.
This book is a valuable resource for students taking agricultural chemistry as a subsidiary course as well as for students in farm institutes or agricultural Book Edition: 1.
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The present book is a collection of ten original research articles and reports, associated with selected topics in agricultural chemistry. The discussed issues are organized in four sections: Classification and labeling of active substances in plant protection products, Environmental and stress plant physiology and behavior, Author: Agricultural chemistry book Stoytcheva.
The first book on the fundamentals of agricultural chemistry was published in by I. Valerius, a Swedish chemist. In the ’s a French scientist, J. Boussingault, began to study the circulation of chemical substances in agriculture.
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Excerpt from General Agricultural Chemistry Agricultural chemistry concerns itself with the chemical com position of the food of plants and animals and with the chemical changes involved in the processes of life.
It has to deal with the composition of soilAuthor: Edwin Bret Hart, William Edward Tottingham. Elements of Agricultural Chemistry (Edinburgh: A. and C. Black, ), by Thomas Anderson. page images at HathiTrust; page images at Cornell; Elements of Scientific Agriculture (New York: C. Saxton and Co., ), by John Pitkin Norton (page images at MOA) How Crops Grow, by Samuel W.
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Agricultural chemistry is the study of chemistry, especially organic chemistry and biochemistry, as they relate to agriculture—agricultural production, the processing of raw products into foods and beverages, and environmental monitoring and remediation.
These studies emphasize the relationships between plants, animals and bacteria and their environment. As a branch of agricultural science, agricultural chemistry. A text-book on agricultural chemistry, for the use of academies, schools, and agriculturalists: comprising that portion of elementary chemistry which is necessary to a full understanding of the changes connected with vegetable organization, and an examination of the different manures, soils, crops, &: Elements of Agricultural Chemistry.
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In he discovered pyridine and related organic compounds such as picoline through studies on the distillation of bone oil and other animal matter. As well as his work on organic chemistry, Anderson made important contributions to agricultural chemistry, writing over reports on soils, fertilisers and plant diseases/5(13).
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Agricultural and food chemists delve into all aspects of crop and animal production, food safety, quality, nutrition, processing, packaging, and utilization of materials including bioenergy.the publication of Boussingault's Economic Rurale, a work winch excited at the time infinitely less interest than Liebig's, although it is really quite as important a contribution to scientific is distinguished by entering more fully into the special details of the application of chemistry to agriculture, and contains the results of the author's numerous searches both in .