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Botanical Club Lecture.

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Dr. G. T. Moore '95 of the National Department of Agriculture will lecture before the Botanical Club this afternoon on "Bacteria and the Nitrogen Problem." Dr. Moore is at present engaged in the study of botanical specimens in the State House in Boston, with special reference to bacteriological problems. His lecture will deal with the effect which the recent discovery of nitrogen imbibing bacteria on plants will have upon the future supply of nitrogen. The lecture will be given in Room 12 of the University Museum at 4.30 o'clock and will be open to members of the University.

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