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  1. 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. Julius von Sachs and Wilhelm Knop are monumental figures in the history of botany by first demonstrating the importance of ...

  2. 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 and Timothy Walker recreate von...

  3. Sachs, Julius von (1832–97) German botanist. A founder of plant physiology, his Textbook of Botany (1868) was an influential synthesis of botanical data. Sachs demonstrated the importance of transpiration and the role of chlorophyll in plants.

  4. Classical garden experiment of Julius Sachs that led to the discovery of the reversible effect of sunlight on plant development. The tip of the green shoot of a cucumber plant ( Cucumis...

  5. Julius von Sachs helped establish plant physiology through his experiments in latter nineteenth-century Germany. Sachs infused the inchoate discipline of plant physiology with experimental techniques and a mechanistic stance, both of which cemented his

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