- Definition of CRESCOGRAPH. : an instrument for making perceptible the growth of plants. — cres·co·graph·ic adjective.
- by Means of the High Magnification Crescograph Researches on
- by Means of the High Magnification Crescograph. Researches on Growth and Movement in Plants.
- A tribute to Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose (1858–1937)
- S. N. Bose Æ C-4 photosynthesis Æ Crescograph Æ.
- BIOPHYSICS AND STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
- The best known among them is the crescograph for recording plant growth. Among the modern biophysicists of India, and indeed of the world, the name of G.N.
- Ancient Indian Traditional and Scientific Thought on Plants: Sir JC
- devised his instrument 'crescograph', which in measuring accuracy was decades .
- Plants and the Paranormal (with Video)
- In his research in plant stimuli, Bose showed with the help of his newly invented “crescograph” that plants responded to various stimuli as if they had nervous systems like that of animals. He discovered a parallel between animal and plant tissues.
- Crescograph - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A crescograph is a device for measuring growth in plants. It was invented in the early 20th century by Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose, an Indian scientist.
- Sir Dr. Jagadish Chandra Bose - Crescograph - From the Secret Life
- Indian Scientist Sir Dr. Jagadish Chandra Bose invented the Crescograph an electrical instrument that could measure the growth of a plant.
- Crescograph - Encyclopedia
- A `crescograph` is a device for measuring growth in plants. It was invented in the early 20th century by Jagdish Chandra Bose, a Bengali Indian scientist.
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