Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
H.L. Stephens, M.C. Ford, J.T. Skinner
Department of Biology
Master of Arts
Leaves of the sugar maple and the American linden were selected. Since it was impossible to control environmental factors in any way, trees growing in close proximity were used. A sugar maple and an American linden growing near the entrance to the circular drive between Ogden Hall and Snell Hall on the campus of Western Kentucky State Teachers College, Bowling Green, Kentucky, fulfilled the above conditions.
Biology | Botany | Life Sciences | Plant Sciences
Major, James, "Seasonal Variation of the Pigment Content of Acer saccharum & Tilia americana" (1936). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2562.