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A compilation of 1462 Armenian plant names, most of which are given equivalents in Russian and Latin and indexed in both languages. Herbaceous and woody species (including forest trees) used as crops and for decorative and other purposes make up most of the list, but some important higher fungi are ...

Mulkidzhanyan, Ya. I.; Barsegyan, A. M.
Luĭs, Yerevan, Armenian SSR
Armenian-Russian-Latin dictionary of useful plants., 1988, pp 231 pp.

cf. F.A. 22 Nos. 2473-4.] Samples of Scots Pine were dried at 100° C. and clamped, samples being (a) left unpressed at 20 X 20 X 6 mm., (b) compressed radially from 30 to 20 mm., and (c) compressed radially from 40 to 20 mm. The clamped samples were then stored over a saturated soda solution, and...

Arsumanjan, G. A.
Doklady Akademii Nauk Armyanskoi SSR, 1958, No. 27, pp 251-6