Georges Ville, French plant physiologist

Georges Ville, French plant physiologist

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Caption: Georges Ville (1824-1897). 1897 illustration of the French agronomist and plant physiologist Georges Ville. Ville is best known for his research involving the absorption of nitrogen from the air by plants. His research backed up the 18th century theories of Joseph Priestley and Jan Ingenhousz, that plants were capable of absorbing free nitrogen.

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