The first one‐third of the Atomic Energy Commission's most recent report to Congress, submitted at the end of January, contains a summary for the last half of 1951 of those major activities in the atomic energy program which “can be publicly reported without hazard to the national security,” together with a condensation of the AEC's 1951 financial report. The next third of the report, entitled “Atomic Energy and its Applications in Plant Science,” reviews the effects of radiation on plants, isotope research applications, and photosynthesis and biosynthesis of tagged compounds. The final section of appendices is the usual collection of miscellaneous items and tables concerning the Commission, its organization and activities, and related matters.

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