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" ... of these microscopical plants, the vivifying power of the solar light, aided by some peculiar and as yet unknown property belonging to the natural whiteness of the snow itself, is highly influential in the production of the beautiful colour by which... "
The Northern Microscopist and Microscopical News - Page 272
1882
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(The Edinburgh cabinet library) [ed. by D. Lardner].

Edinburgh cabinet library - 1830
...and thus contributed to the formation and development of these microscopical plants, the vivifying power of the solar light, aided by some peculiar and...the natural whiteness of the snow itself, is highly influential in the production of the beautiful colour by which they are distinguished. CHAPTER...
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Narrative of Discovery and Adventure in the Polar Seas and Regions: With ...

Sir John Leslie, Robert Jameson, Hugh Murray - Arctic regions - 1836 - 373 pages
...and thus contributed to the formation and developement of these microscopical plants, the vivifying power of the solar light, aided by some peculiar and as yet unknown property belonging to the natura. whiteness of the snow itself, is highly influential in the production of the beautiful colour...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 14

Child rearing - 1843
...and thus contributed to the formation and developement of these microscopical plants, the vivifying power of the solar light, aided by some peculiar and...the natural whiteness of the snow itself, is highly influential in the production of the beautiful colour by which they are distinguished. CHAPTER III....
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Narrative of discovery and adventure in the polar seas and regions: ... and ...

Sir John Leslie, Robert Jameson, Hugh Murray - Arctic regions - 1845 - 426 pages
...and thus contributed to the formation and development of these microscopical plants, the vivifying power of the solar light, aided by some peculiar and...the natural whiteness of the snow itself, is highly influential in the production of the beautiful colour by which they are distinguished.* * Mr Scoresby...
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Discovery and Adventure in the Polar Seas and Regions

Sir John Leslie, Hugh Murray - Arctic regions - 1860 - 652 pages
...and thus contributed to the formation and development of these microscopical plants, the vivifying power of the solar light, aided by some peculiar and...the natural whiteness of the snow itself, is highly influential in the production of the beautiful colour by which they are distinguished.* * Mr Scoresby...
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Footnotes from the Page of Nature: Or, First Forms of Vegetation

Hugh Macmillan - Botany - 1861 - 294 pages
...and this difference is owing to the different nature of the circumstances in which it is developed. The actinic power of the solar light, aided by some...which the red snow is distinguished ; but this colour, as in the case of the varieties mentioned above, gradually changes to green when secluded from the...
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Footnotes from the Page of Nature: Or, First Forms of Vegetation

Hugh Macmillan - Botany - 1861 - 294 pages
...nature of the circumstances in which it is developed. The actinic power of the solar light, aided lay some peculiar, and as yet unknown property belonging...which the red snow is distinguished ; but this colour, as in the case of the varieties mentioned above, gradually changes to green when secluded from the...
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First Forms of Vegetation

Hugh MacMillan - 1874 - 438 pages
...save colour ; and this difference is owing to the different circumstances in which it is developed. The actinic power of the solar light, aided by some...essential in the production of the beautiful crimson or rose-colour, by which the red snow is distinguished ; but this colour, as in the case of the varieties...
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