Auxanometer

Aux`a·nom'e·ter noun [ Greek ... to cause to increase + -meter .] An instrument to measure the growth of plants. Goodale.
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auxanometer

An instrument to measure the growth of plants. ... Origin: Gr. To cause to increase. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Auxanometer

• (n.) An instrument to measure the growth of plants.
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Auxanometer

An auxanometer (Gr. auxain, `to grow` + metron, `measure`) is an apparatus for measuring increase or rate of growth in plants. In case of an arc-auxanometer (see picture), there is a wire fixed with the plant apex on one end and a dead-weight on the other. It passes over a pulley which has a pointer attached to it. When the plant`s height inc...
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auxanometer

instrument for measuring growth of plants
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