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  1. 11-14. 14-16. post-16. This video clip from Botany: A Blooming History demonstrates the classic experiment to show that light is needed for the production of starch, placing it in the context of pioneering 19th century scientist Julius von Sachs. Julius von Sachs became Head of the botanical institute at Würzburg University in 1868.

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  4. Nov 22, 2012 · Clips Light and starch production Julius von Sachs became Head of the Botanical Institute at Würzburg University in 1868. He wanted to know why plants need light. Professor Markus Riederer...

  5. Three years earlier, in 1865, Sachs produced the equally impressive Handbuch der Experimental-Physiologie der Pflanzen (Handbook of Experimental Plant Physiology), which summarized the state of knowledge in all aspects of the discipline known today as plant physiology.

  6. PMID: 18278741 Abstract During the second half of the 19th century Julius von Sachs established the main principles of the photosynthetic production of sugars. From then, a growing number of biochemists and physiologists attended to the process, that appeared like a "black box", in order to detect what came in and what went out of it.

    • Sergio Pennazio
    • 2007
  7. Julius von Sachs ( German: [zaks]; 2 October 1832 – 29 May 1897) was a German botanist from Breslau, Prussian Silesia. He is considered the founder of experimental plant physiology and co-founder of modern water culture.

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