By Seymour Fink
This holistic method of the keyboard, according to a legitimate figuring out of the connection among actual functionality and musical goal, is a useful source for pianists and academics. Professor Fink explains his principles and demonstrates his leading edge developmental workouts that set the pianist loose to precise the main profound musical rules. HARDCOVER.
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The difference obtained in the field between the temperature of the upper leaf side (exposed to the sun) and the lower side (protected from the sun), and between the outer and inner leaves in the plant canopy, is normally absent in the controlled habitat. Some CC instruments are equipped with programmers and cycle the environmental conditions between given minima and maxima of temperature and humidity. The most sophisticated instruments have computerized control programs for simulation of various patterns of weather during the experimental period.
1). Cultivation in small pots speeds up ageing, and the physiological age of plants grown in this way differs from that of plants grown in the field. Potted plants also produce less yield, and this prevents application of the CC techniques to studies of crop losses. When the researcher is tempted to obtain quick results, and considers the limitation ofspace in CC habitats, he tends to work with small and young, rather than with larger and adult plants, despite a possible difference in the reactions of plants of various ages.
Temperature rather than humidity is the main factor studied, and its effect is evaluated according to symptom development. However, symptoms do not necessarily indicate the colonizing ability of the pathogen. In many pathosystems high incubation temperature may inhibit the pathogen, but enhance the necrotic reaction. In contrast, low temperature may inhibit lesion 26 Joseph Rotem development despite satisfactory development of the pathogen. In both cases the effect of the temperature on colonization is indicated by the area from which spores emerge, rather than by lesion size per se.