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Richard Phene Spiers (1838—1916) architect

Spiers, Richard Phené (19 May 1838)

Spiers, Richard Phené (1838-1916), architect

SPIERS, Richard Phené (1838 - 1916), Painter, engraver, architect

Genes, Phenes, and Dreams of Immortality: The 2003 Kleemeier Award Lecture

Intensive field phenotyping of maize (Zea mays L.) root crowns identifies phenes and phene integration associated with plant growth and nitrogen acquisition

Root anatomical phenes predict root penetration ability and biomechanical properties in maize (Zea Mays)

Root anatomical phenes associated with water acquisition from drying soil: targets for crop improvement

Evolution of US maize (Zea mays L.) root architectural and anatomical phenes over the past 100 years corresponds to increased tolerance of nitrogen stress

Spatiotemporal variation of nitrate uptake kinetics within the maize (Zea mays L.) root system is associated with greater nitrate uptake and interactions with architectural phenes

NEAL, (William) Phené (1860 - 1942), solicitor, Bevois House, 27/30 Basinghall Street, EC2; Alderman, Ward of Lime Street, 1922–38, of Bridge Without, 1938–42

SPIERS, Richard Phené (1838 - 1916), architect; Corresponding mem. of the Institute of France; Associate and Fellow of King’s College London; Past President of Architectural Association; Hon. and Corresponding member of the Société centrale des Architectes, Paris; Sociedad de los Arquitectos, Madrid, and Hon. Associate American Institute of Architects

 

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A phenotypic character controlled by genes.

Subjects: Chemistry — Genetics and Genomics.


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