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Some Evidence That Trees ‘Communicate When in Trouble’

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 August 2009

Ralph Kazarian
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National Science Foundation, 1800 G Street, Washington, DC 20550, USA.
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Copyright © Foundation for Environmental Conservation 1983

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* In writing to give us the scientific names of the abovementioned organisms, Professor Orians added (in litt. June 1983): ‘The experiments were designed and executed by Dr David Rhoades of my laboratory, and he is preparing the results for publication … At a somewhat later date, a more general survey of this and related research might appropriately find its way into your Journal.—Ed.

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