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VIBRATORY FRUIT HARVESTING: AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF AN APPLE FRUIT-STEM RESPONSE TO FORCED OSCILLATIONS (Cornell University, 1971-06)This 1971 M.S. thesis studied the mechanical harvesting of fruits when subjected to periodic forced oscillations. A numerical study of a double physical pendulum model is compared with high-speed photographic studies of ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2016-10-24)The original two volume set is a collection of papers and perspectives on the publications of Nobel Laureate Barbara McClintock, who was educated in Plant Breeding and Botany at Cornell University (1919-1927), and where ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2001-03-22)This is a presentation by Rev. W. Jack Lewis at the Lyceum, Kendal at Ithaca Retirement Community on March 22. 2001. W. Jack Lewis served Cornell as Director of Cornell United Religious Work from 1963-81. An ordained ...
Vibratory Fruit Harvesting: High speed video of apple fruit-stem response to forcing direction and frequency (Cornell University, 1971)This high-speed video (10x) of an apple fruit-stem subjected to gradually increasing periodic excitation at the upper end of the stem (where attached to the tree branch) provides excellent experimental agreement with the ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2016-09-08)On September 8, 2016 André discussed his life journey with colleague, Robert Turgeon, a professor in the Plant Biology Section.