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The effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom.

Charles Darwin

The effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom.

by Charles Darwin

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Published by D. Appleton and company in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pollination.,
  • Plants -- Variation.

  • Edition Notes

    1st edition, 1876.

    StatementBy Charles Darwin ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK926 .D23 1877
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 482 p. incl. tables.
    Number of Pages482
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6935854M
    LC Control Number04001273

    Book Details + Condition: Very scarce, first U.S. edition/first printing () of Darwin's THE EFFECTS OF CROSS AND SELF FERTILISATION IN THE VEGETABLE KINGDOM. With a list of Darwin's works facing the title page and 12 pages of the publisher's advertisements at the end. Publisher's original decorated red :// The effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom by Charles Darwin, , D. Appleton and company edition, in English

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    Effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom. London: J. Murray, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Darwin The effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom. [Charles Darwin] -- "This book discusses the various means which favour or determine the cross-fertilisation of plants. It also covers self fertilisation of vegetables"://


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The Effects of Cross and Self-Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom W. THISELTON DYER Nature vol pages – () Cite this article   The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom is a book on evolution in plants. In this book Darwin examines the effects of cross and self fertilisation of plants and provides experimental evidence for a hypothesis stated in his famed book ofOrigin of Species, that "in none [i.

plant] [ ] can self-fertilisation go on for perpetuity" (Origin, p. The effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom / Related Titles. Contained In: Medical Heritage Library. Darwin, Charles, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

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The effects of cross and fertilization in the vegetable Kingdom is a book on evolution in plants by Charles Darwin, first published in In this book Darwin examines the effects of cross and self fertilisation of plants and provides experimental evidence for a hypothesis stated in his famous book of the Origin of species that.

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Darwin, Charles, Type. Book Material The effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom. London: John Murray.

REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed by Sue Asscher. Additions and corrections by John van Wyhe, RN2. NOTE: See R. Freeman's bibliographical introduction. The copy scanned was kindly provided by Janet ?itemID=F&viewtype=text&pageseq=1. Cross and Self Fertilisation.

While writing his autobiography, Darwin was about to publish this book. During this autumn of I shall publish on the Effects of Cross- and Self-Fertilisation in the Vegetable book will form a complement to that on the Fertilisation of Orchids, in which I showed how perfect were the means for cross-fertilisation, and here I shall show how   The effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom.

London: John Murray. REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed by Sue Asscher. Additions and corrections by John van Wyhe,RN4. NOTE: See R. Freeman's bibliographical introduction. The copy scanned was kindly provided by Janet   Other articles where The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom is discussed: Charles Darwin: The patriarch in his home laboratory: The results appeared in The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom ().

His next book, The Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the Same Species (), was again the result of long-standing work into the Title. The effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom. / Title Variants: Alternative: Cross and self-fertilization of plants.

Darwin, Charles, John Murray (Firm), publisher William Clowes and Sons, printer Bradbury, Agnew and Co., printer   Cross-fertilisation proved to be beneficial, and self-fertilisation injurious.—Allied species differ greatly in the means by which cross-fertilisation is favoured and self-fertilisation avoided.—The benefits and evils of the two processes depend on the degree of differentiation in the sexual elements.—The evil effects not due to the Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom - Kindle edition by Darwin, Charles.

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Appleton   The Effects of Cross & Self-Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom Alternate Title: The Effects of Cross and Self-Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom Language: English: LoC Class: QK: Science: Botany: Subject: Plants -- Variation Subject: Fertilization of plants Subject: Pollination Category: Text: EBook-No.

Release Date: Aug 1,   HAPTER III. SCROPHULARIACEAE, GESNERIACEAE, LABIATAE, ETC. Mimulus luteus; height, vigour, and fertility of the crossed and self-fertilised plants of the first four generationsAppearance of a new, tall, and highly self-fertile varietyOffspring from a cross between self-fertilised plantsEffects of a cross with a fresh stockEffects of crossing flowers on the same plant.- The effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom.

Full text of "The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom" See other formats   The Effects of Cross & Self-Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom by Charles Darwin. Searchable etext. Discuss with other The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom is a presentation and analysis of Darwin's research on evolution in plants.

Based on the theory of natural selection presented in his seminal text On the Origin of Species, Darwin believed that cross-pollinated plants would produce biologically superior offspring to those