(10.) Starick E, Lange E, Fereidouni S, Bunzenthal C, Hoveler
R, Kuczka A, et al.
It was suggested by Hoveler
as early as 1892 (see Baylis, 1975) that plant species without root hairs were the most consistently VA-mycorrhizal, a hypothesis that has since been corroborated by a few workers (Metsavainio, 1931; Baylis, 1975).
, Jr., saw as 'probably the most important twentieth-century critic of Dewey,' found in Dewey far too many signature elements of the liberal creed." The exposition of Dewey is on the whole accurate and sympathetic.