The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdomby Charles Darwin
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"[...]the conditions to which plants are subjected when growing near together in a state of nature or under culture, and the effects of such conditions.-Theoretical considerations with respect to the interaction of differentiated sexual elements.-Practical lessons.-Genesis of the two sexes.-Close correspondence between the effects of cross-fertilisation and self-fertilisation, and of the legitimate and illegitimate unions of heterostyled plants, in comparison with hybrid unions.
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