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Howard, W.L., 1938: Luther Burbank. The centennial anniversary of the birth of the American plant breeder provides the opportunity for this biographical sketch. Timirjazev, Micurin and Lysenko are cited in appreciation of Burbank's work. The reservations of formal genetisists c...

Howard, W.L., 1938: Luther Burbank. The writer appeals for the loan or gift of catalogues and price lists issued by Luther Burbank in connexion with an inquiry he is making into Burbank's work.

Howard, W.L., 1949: The Luther Burbank Centennial. Brief account of Burbank's personal life and of his accomplishments in the production of new plants or variations of old ones.

Williams, H.; Burbank, L., 1948: Luther Burbank and his potato. Health Horizon 27: 59-64

Polacek P., 1970: California and luther burbank. Ziva 18(3): 94-96

Beaty, J.-Y.H.nderson, L., M., 1943: Luther Burbank, plant magician. A biography of the famous plant breeder and horticulturist whose experiments resulted in new or improved flowers, trees, vegetables, nuts, fruits, cacti, and grasses. Emphasizes the methods he used in developing the new species.

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Howard, W.L., 1945: Luther Burbank's plant contributions. During the 50 yrs. of his professional life Luther Burbank announced the production of >800 vars. of fruits, ornamentals, vegetables, and other plants. The great majority were the result of a process of breeding; the others were importations an...

Crane, R.N., 1915: Mr. Luther Burbank-his methods and discoveries. Eugenics Review 7(3): 193-200