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A program of botanical collecting and study for servicemen

, : A program of botanical collecting and study for servicemen. Chron Bot 9(2/3): 135-137

An informal program for interesting and assisting naturalists and prospective naturalists in the armed forces to collect scientific material and to study their surroundings was carried out by several institutions in the U. S. during the war. Energetic world-wide collecting promised to build up research facilities in America to replace those destroyed in the theaters of war.


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