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The effects of radio-active ores and residues on plant life.

A report on experiments carried out at Reading in 1914

by Martin Hubert Foquett Sutton

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Published by Sutton & Sons in Reading [England] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants, Effect of radiation on

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    Cover title.

    SeriesBulletin no.6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p.
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24167514M
    OCLC/WorldCa6624123

    Effects of Radiation on Plants: According to the Health Physics Society radiations have a positive effect on plant growth at lower radiation levels and harmful effects at high levels. Indeed, one is compelled to conclude that man himself is latent in the earth's rock. In the one-inch circle of microscopic observation, Morley-Martin counted some 15, tiny fish -- apparently the offspring of about forty crystals of his "primordial protoplasm. Neither the Ore nor the Residue appears to have assisted germination.

    The radiation dose from an intact device is relatively low and usually not an acute risk; but the paint is dangerous if released and inhaled or ingested. I therefore decided on proportions varying from i part Ore to 12 parts soil, to i part Ore ta 2, parts soil, and to test them a thoroughly incorporated in the soil, and b placed in a layer at the bottom of a pot or box. Whether this feature was due, as suggested, to the presence of zinc or not, it is important, and merits further investigation. The first signs of germination were visible on September 6 in the single pots dressed with Radium one of which contained a proportion of Pure Radium Bromideand in the double pots where Complete Fertiliser had been incorporated with the soil. Variety Button's Early Market.

    Approximate COST of dressing 21 square yards. Science tells us, for example, that all material things are made up of tiny atoms. So wherever you find uranium on the earth, you will always find radium with it because it is one of about a dozen so-called "decay products" of uranium. The only thing these women had in common was that they worked in a radium dial painting factory in New Jersey.


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Morley-Martin called "primordial protoplasm. It was realized that something of great importance had happened in physics. Chemical USED.

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I also procured a supply of pure Radium Bromide, which obviously contained no foreign agent that could have an injurious effect upon plant life, and the tests made with it show some extremely interesting results. Human health exposure pathways considered include drinking water, consumption of livestock that utilize the water, use of water for agriculture and secondary human contact.

The unmanured Controls were especially good, considering that the plants were growing in pure sand, but this is due to the fact that the Potato plant can live for a long period on its own tuber.

Until the last fifty years it was produced only as a byproduct. She got some uranium ore from the Erz mountains, not very far from here.

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In Canada we have million tons of this radioactive waste, called uranium tailings. In fact, one test for radium contamination is to check a person's exhaled breath and see if it has radon gas in it; if it does, that person must have radium in his or her body. The phenomena of development are scientifically as well as philosophically inexplicable without some conception of noumenal forms.

Loretta Christensen -- the chief medical officer on the Navajo Nation for Indian Health Service, a partner in the research -- said women were screened during an initial phase of the study that ended last year. The vital forces which become manifest within these fields are but the tools and final means for the accomplishment of the purposes of Nature, acting periodically, and apparently mechanically in some respects, through an inward impulse mixed up with, but beyond their material nature.

The agreement allows for Johns Hopkins University and other researchers to build a large-scale database. Led by the University of New Mexico, the Navajo Birth Cohort Study is investigating the effects of the environmental exposure to uranium on babies currently being born.

Again, its fundamental dogma as to the question of unchangeable elements has been shaken, if not shattered, by the even small ray of light which has been shed upon the subject by radium and its transformations.

Guano at about 1 oz.The Jharkhand region an account of its richness in some key ores and minerals and its abundance in cheap labour, thanks to its backwardness, otherwise, has been the site of a good many industrial establishment since pre-Independence days and that industrialization has brought with it concomitant ill effects the worst of which is the devastation of its environment.

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