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The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom
     

The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom

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by Charles Darwin
 

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Mimulus luteus; height, vigour, and fertility of the crossed and self-fertilised plants of the first four generations.--Appearance of a new, tall, and highly self-fertile variety.--Offspring from a cross between self-fertilised plants.--Effects of a cross with a fresh stock.--Effects of crossing flowers on the same plant.--Summary on Mimulus luteus.--Digitalis

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Mimulus luteus; height, vigour, and fertility of the crossed and self-fertilised plants of the first four generations.--Appearance of a new, tall, and highly self-fertile variety.--Offspring from a cross between self-fertilised plants.--Effects of a cross with a fresh stock.--Effects of crossing flowers on the same plant.--Summary on Mimulus luteus.--Digitalis purpurea, superiority of the crossed plants.--Effects of crossing flowers on the same plant.--Calceolaria.--Linaria vulgaris.--Verbascum thapsus.--Vandellia nummularifolia.--Cleistogene flowers.--Gesneria pendulina.--Salvia coccinea.--Origanum vulgare, great increase of the crossed plants by stolons.--Thunbergia alata.

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BN ID:
2940018352051
Publisher:
London : J. Murray
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
978 KB

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Date of Birth:
February 12, 1809
Date of Death:
April 19, 1882
Place of Birth:
Shrewsbury, England
Place of Death:
London, England
Education:
B.A. in Theology, Christ¿s College, Cambridge University, 1831

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