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Craft’s Plant Physiology Apparatus

APPARATUS FOR OSMOTIC AND IMBIBITION PHENOMENON

BP 1 Apparatus for measuring the external work—Performed by swelling seed.
BP 2 Apparatus for observing the phenomenon of absorption of water 65
BP 3 —do— Corning glass
BP 4 Apparatus to show the energy of imbibition
BP 5 —do— Corning glass
BP 6 Apparatus for investi- gating the pressure effects—Due to osmotic process
BP 7 —do— Corning glass
BP 8 Osmotic pressure apparatus—With ‘U’ & ‘T’ tube fitted with stop cock.
BP 9 —do— Corning glass
BP 10 Apparatus for demonstration of osmotic pressure with porous pot
BP 11 Appartus for demonstrating the osmotic pressure—Pfeffer’s Complete
BP 12 Appartus for demonstrating the osmotic pressure— Corning glass
BP 13 Apparatus for demonstrating osmotic pressure—Comprising of a glass tube and a bell shaped vessel at the bottom
BP 14 Demonstration osmoscope—Ganog’s,
BP 15 —do— Corning glass
BP 16 Osmometer pfeffer’s—Complete with poros pot and fine capillary manometer.
BP 17 Endosmometer
BP 18 Dialyser

APPARATUS FOR ROOT PRESSURE

BP 19 Root pressure apparatus simple form w/o flower pot
BP 20 —do— —do— Corning glass
BP 21 Apparatus for experiments on root pressure—Comprising of a ‘T’ tube with stop cock and graduated jar
BP 22 Apparatus for experiment on root pressure—Corning glass
BP 23 Apparatus to demonstrate the process leading to root pressure
BP 24 —do— Corning glass
BP 25 High pressure manometer—Ganong’s graduated
BP 26 —do— Corning glass
BP 27 Apparatus for demonstrating the readiness with which the water moves in wood.
BP 28 —do— Corning glass
BP 29 Apparatus for Investigating the influence of pressure–on the escape of water from plants.

APPARATUS FOR TRANSPIRATION OF WATER

BP 30 Transpiration Balance—For recording the loss of water from plant by recording drums workable with clock fitted with German Machinery 3200
BP 31 Apparatus for determining the quality of water absorbed and given off—By transpiring plant (T/A app.)
BP 32 T/A Apparatus corning glass
BP 33 Black man’s apparatus—For measurement of relative transpiration from two surface of leaf U—tube, Two bell jar Complete on stand.
BP 34 Apparatus to show the stomata—Places the aeriferous system with direct and open air communication with the external air complete.
BP 35 —do— Corning glass complete
BP 36 Transpiration apparatus—Complete on stand
BP 37 —do— Corning glass
P 38 Apparatus to measure the loss of water in transpiring plants—Complete
BP 39 Apparatus to measure the loss of water with Pfeffer’s graduated tube.
BP 40 —do— Corning glass
BP 41 Apparatus to demonstrate the suction due to transpiration—Complete on stand and clamp
BP 42 Apparatus to demonstrate the suction due to transpiration—Corning glass
BP 43 Apparatus to show suction due to evaporation—On Stand
BP 44 —do— Corning glass
BP 45 Apparatus to demonstrate that air cavity of the leaf communicates with outer atmosphere through stomata
BP 46 Apparatus for experiment to demonstrate the loss of weight during transpiration

POTOMETERS

BP 47 Potometer ganong’s—On stand with graduated fine capillary tube.
BP 48 —do— Corning glass
BP 49 Potometer moll’s—For measuring absorption of water
BP 50 Potometer moll’s—For measuring absorption of water Corning glass
BP 51 Potometer farmer’s—For measuring the amount of transpiration
BP 52 —do— Corning glass
BP 53 Darwin potometer—Complete
BP 54 —do— Corning glass
BP 55 Thodayis Potometere on stand
BP 56 Thodayis Potometere on corning glass
BP 56A Gorrous Potometer
BP 56B Bosse’s Potometer
BP 57 Potometer—for observing the rate of absorption of water by transpiring plants under varying circumstances
BP 58 Potometer—do— Corning glass
BP 59 Apparatus to show the unequal transpiratory activities—On the different surfaces of leaves
BP 60 Transpiration tubes—Graduated in 15 ml × 1.10 ml.
BP 61 —do— Corning glass
BP 62 Apparatus for investigating the transpiration—W/o Thermometer
BP 63 —do— Corning glass
BP 64 Space marking wheel—Made of very hard rubber lining
BP 65 Space marking disc
BP 66 Normal light screen—Strongly built star shaped
BP 67 Ganong’s large light screen—Wooden Box fitted with three colour of glasses having a slit to insert leaf.
BP 68 Apparatus to demonstrate the air cavity—of the leaf Communicated with the outer through the stomata.
BP 69 —do— Corning glass
BP 70 Leaf clasp ganong’s special pattern—Newly Designed.
BP 71 Leaf clasp ganong’s Simple Form
BP 72 Apparatus to demonstrate the cohesion of water—And the evelopment of tension in water column
BP 73 Leaf area cutter—metallic 160

APPARATUS FOR RESPIRATION

BP 74 Respiration apparatus—For demonstrating the production of Carbon dioxide in the respiration of plant
BP 75 —do— Corning Glass
BP 76 Absorption tubes (pettenkoffer’s)—5 cms. long with rubber corks
BP 77 Absorption tubes (pettenkoffer’s)—5 cms. long with rubber corks Corning Glass
BP 78 Respiration apparatus (pettenkoffer’s)—Complete with all accessories
BP 79 —do— Corning Glass
BP 80 Apparatus for experiment on respiration of root—A zinc trough and Jar fitted with dropping funnel
BP 81 —do— Corning Glass 290
BP 82 Apparatus to investigate the influence of light on respiration—Zinc trough with glass sides.
BP 83 —do— Corning Glass
BP 84 Apparatus to demonstrate the evolution of carbon dioxide
BP 85 —do— Corning Glass
BP 86 Ganong’s respirometer—Complete graduated levelling tube and fitted with stand.
BP 87 —do— Corning Glass
BP 88 Demonstration respiroscope—Ganong’s
BP 89 Demonstration respiroscope Ganong’s corning
BP 90 Garreau’s bottle—Complete to show the production of Carbon dioxide
BP 91 Garreau’s tube 1000 ml capacity
BP 92 —do— Corning Glass
BP 93 Apparatus for experiment on plant respiration—To demonstrate the consumption of oxygen in normal respiration. Two graduated tubes calibrated in 0.2 ml with two jar.
BP 94 —do— Corning Glass
BP 95 Apparatus for experiment to demonstrate that the oxygen—of the air is used up in respiration. Corning glass
BP 96 Apparatus to show that the formation of starch—Depends upon the presence of CO2 from water plants
BP 97 Apparatus to demonstrate the excretion of CO2 in germination vessel—Tall funnel with test tubes suspended by wire w/o stand
BP 98 —do— Corning Glass
BP 99 Apparatus for growing plants in atmosphere free from Co2
BP 100 Fermentation vessels—Khune’s fitted on stand
BP 101 —do— Corning Glass
BP 102 Apparatus for investigation the fermentation— Complete with condensing Flask
BP 103 —do— Corning Glass
BP 104 Apparatus for investigation the fermentation in absence—of free oxygen Cap. of flask 250 ml.
BP 105 —do— Corning Glass
BP 106 Differential air thermometer—For measuring the heat produced in respiration with cup
BP 107 —do— Corning Glass
BP 108 Apparatus to ascertain the heat produced in normal and ntramolecular respiration—W/o Thermometer
BP 109 —do— Corning Glass
BP 110 Apparatus to demonstrate the giving out of CO2—From germinating seeds complete with four bottles, Rubber corks and glass tubes fitted
BP 111 To demonstrate the phenomenon aerobic respiration or to demonstrate that CO2 is produced during respiration
BP 112 Apparatus for demonstrating the intake of oxygen—By Germinating seeds.
BP 113 Apparatus—For the determinating of respiratory quotient (RQ) under the influence of various nutrient solutions—after puriswitch.
BP 114 —do— Corning Glass
BP 115 Demonstration apparatus for fermentation—Ganong’s Corning glass.
BP 116 Apparatus for proving the production of heat—By plants (two sets required) without thermometers per set.
BP 117 Simple calorimeter—For study of heat relations of respiration. Ganong’s. Comprising of a vacuum flask unsilvered with thermometers
BP 118 Apparatus to show the absorption of oxygen and liberation of CO2—In aerobic respiration.
BP 119 Apparatus for showing the anaerobic and aerobic—Respiration complete
BP 120 Apparatus for showing the anaerobic and aerobic—Respiration complete Corning Glass
BP 121 Apparatus for the experiment—To demonstrate the Oxygen of the air is used up in the respiration
BP 122 —do— Corning Glass
BP 123 Air current commutator—Corning glass
BP 124 Apparatus to demonstrate the Amount of O2 & CO2—Produced in the respiration of plants. Complete with stand
BP 125 Warburg monomete
BP 126 Apparatus for proving that roots are unable to grow in absence of free oxygen complete with stand.
BP 127 Respiratory apparatus for determining the quantity of CO2 produced in intra molecular and normal respiration

APPARATUS FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS

BP 128 Photosynthetometer—For demonstrating the absorption of carbondioxide by green plants in light and equivolumetric release of oxygen.
BP 129 —do— Corning glass
BP 130 Moll’s Apparatus—To show that the carbon—dioxide is essential for the process of photosynthesis in green plants.
BP 131 Apparatus for the culture of plants, under exclusion of carbondioxide.
BP 132 Apparatus to prove that the green plants can only produce oxygen when carbon—dioxide is at their disposal. Without thermometer 110
BP 133 —do— Corning glass
BP 134 Apparatus for estimation ofcarbon—dioxide decomposed by assimilating plants complete, without mercury and platinum wire
BP 135 Heliostat with clock—Work divided arc for dividing the axis to the latitude, German Machine
BP 136 Apparatus to show the rate of carbon—dioxide in photo—synthesis and occurance of starch synthesis in green leaves.
BP 137 Apparatus for collecting the oxygen produced by assimilating water plants.
BP 138 Moll’s half leaf experiment—To show that CO2 is essential for photosynthesis
BP 139 Apparatus for determining the effect of lack of oxygen—Upon the synthesis of chlorophyll.
BP 140 Wilmot’s bubbler for the measurement of the ratio of photosynthesis
BP 141 Apparatus to measure the photosynthetic rate by leaf disc sodium bicarbonate method

PLANT GROWTH TEMPERATURE AND ELECTRICAL PHENOMENON

BP 142 Demonstration auxanograph (Auxanometer)—With recording cylinder revolving once an hour and other specific interval, ganong’s fitted with new German machine.
BP 143 Lever auxanometer (Arc indicator)—A graduated quadrant with pully and aluminium pointer for recording growth of plants. Fitted on heavy iron base.
BP 144 Lever auxanometer (Arc indicator)—Made of metal (small size).
BP 145 Demonstration auxanometer (Fritsch pattern)—For recording growth of plants on lantern smoked plate. with intervals of 1/4, 1/2 and 1 hour. All fitted on a heavy wooden base with a long pointer controlled with new German machine.
BP 146 Apparatus for the culture of plants in the absence of all nitrogenous compounds.
BP 147 Apparatus to show organic growth, in complete absence of oxygen.
BP 148 Observation box—Made of wood for the seedings. Size 9" × 9" × 6" with sloping glass front.
BP 149 Apparatus to show the quantity measurement of catalase activity with stand and clamp.
BP 150 —do— Corning glass
BP 151 Retort shaped vessel—For culture of plant in space devoid of oxygen
BP 152 —do— Corning glass
BP 153 Water culture arrangement—Comprising of crystallising basin and a porous plate.
BP 154 Apparatus for investigating Growth of roots.
BP 155 Zinc Case—With glass walls for observation of Roots development
BP 156 Klinostat—Strongly built for use in horizontal or vertical position, fitted with new German Machine based on heavy iron stand.
BP 157 Dark box or Heliotropic chamber—Comprising of a highly polished wooden box of 20×20×35 cms. with window to show that plants grow toward light and roots away from it.
BP 158 Apparatus for the demonstration of hydrotropism of Roots
BP 159 Sieve to Demonstrate hydrotropism of root, size 12" × 12" with partitions, and hanging arrangement.
BP 160 Germination box (Triple chamber)—A box containing 3 chambers one provide with opaque shutter, the other window and the third with plane glass, 4 sets of coloured glasses extra.
BP 161 Apparatus for th demonstration of geotropism of root curvature
BP 162 Apparatus for the demonstration that, Roots execute geotropic curvature.
BP 163 Temperature phenomenon apparatus—For investigating effects of high temperature on seeds with thermometer.
BP 164 Apparatus to show the production of heat by plants, complete with thermometer.
BP 165 Electrical phenomenon apparatus—To determine the electrical potential in plant structure.
BP 166 Seed magnifier on tripod stand. 3" Size
BP 167 Pfeffer’s apparatus—For investigating the movement of gases in the plants.
BP 168 Apparatus for investigating permeability of wood vessels, complete, with ‘U’ tube with gas jar.
BP 169 Apparatus for showing that the air can pass though stomata.
BP 170 Diffusion apparatus—To demonstrate that the tracheides of the wood are impermeable under certain pressure.
BP 171 Diffusion apparatus—For investigating the diffusion of gases. Complete with stand.
BP 172 —do— Corning glass
BP 173 Bonssing aults apparatus—To prove that the plants are incapable of taking up free nitrogen.
BP 174 Parometer for measuring—The degree of stomatal opening on the leaf.
BP 175 Apparatus for demonstrating the development of pressure during diffusion of gases
BP 176 Heinken’s apparatus to study catalase energy activity with stand and clamp

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