Reference numberNLB/28/465
Alternative reference numberNLB/28 p251
TitleCopy letter from Joseph Larmor, to Ernest S Salmon
Date10 March 1904
DescriptionThe Botany Sectional Committee have considered Salmon's paper 'Culture experiments with 'Biologic Forms' of the Erysiphaceae' and have decided, prior to recommending for publication, to refer it back to Salmon for revision in line with extracts from reports presented to the committee. Larmor asks that Salmon inform him whether he is prepared to make such alterations as are recommended.

The extract is enclosed [not included], and makes a suggestion that Salmon's hypothesis on how injury alters the susceptibility of a leaf be removed due to lack of evidence.
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