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principles of plant-teratology

Wilson Crosfield Worsdell

principles of plant-teratology

by Wilson Crosfield Worsdell

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Published by The Ray society, Johnson Reprint Corp. in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants -- Abnormalities

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    Contains bibliographies

    Statementby Wilson Crosfield Worsdell
    SeriesThe Ray society. Publications
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17884538M

    CD refers to Maxwell Tylden Masters. The article on Spencer’s Principles of biology in the issue of Natural History Review for July , pp. –85, was unsigned. The review focused on aspects of plant teratology, a subject that Masters had studied extensively (see Masters , and letter from M. T. Masters, 7 February ).CD’s unbound copy of the July issue of Natural History. Plant Names T-Z: Note: Names for He was the author of An Account of the Cape of Good Hope and the Hottentotes, a pioneering book on leprosy in Asia based on his experience as governor of the leper color at Batavia, and the first detailed Western study on acupuncture, inspired by his time in Japan.

    Full text of "Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club" See other formats. EPA/ November DIOXINS M.P. Esposito, T.O. Tiernan, and Forrest E. Dryden Contract Nos. Project Officer David R. Watkins Industrial Pollution Control Division Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Cincinnati, Ohio U.S. Bnvlponfflental Pr^otiftn Beft'ion 5, Library .V. ESO S. Dearborn Strse.'. i,1 loom diioago, IL .

    Plant teratology proved to be a treasure trove for a posteriori symmetrizations and asymmetrizations that can be observed today (). It was ascertained that living nature behaves like an artist who does not permit himself to be restricted to the merely useful: The "mutation-selection theory" was surmounted (   I N St. Louis was scarcely more than a small frontier town, yet in that year there was organized, through the efforts of two young men of foreign birth, what was perhaps the first society for scientific research established west of the Alleghany Mountains. The prime movers were George Engelmann and Frederick Adolphus Wislizenus. The new society was called the Western Academy of .


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