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Academic & Professional Books  Botany  Plants & Botany: General

The Principles of Descriptive and Physiological Botany

The Principles of Descriptive and Physiological Botany
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  • The Principles of Descriptive and Physiological Botany ISBN: 9781108001861 Paperback Sep 2009 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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A reprint of a classical work in the Cambridge Library Collection.

Henslow's importance as Darwin's mentor is well established. He recommended Darwin for the post of naturalist on the Beagle and also encouraged him to read Lyell's pivotal geology text. Henslow's book, like his meticulous research papers and his innovative lectures, included focussed investigations on the nature and stability of species. This reissue gives modern readers easy access to the work of this inspirational scientist.


Introduction; Part I. Descriptive botany; Section I. Organography and glossology; 1. Elementary organs and tissues; 2. Nutritive organs; 3. Nutritive organs (continued); 4. Reproductive organs; 5. Reproductive organs (continued); 6. Morphology; Section II. Taxonomy and phytography; 7. Taxonomy and phytography; Part II. Physiological botany; 1. Vital properties and stimulants; 2. Function of nutrition - periods 1, 2, 3, 4; 3. Function of nutrition-continued-Periods 5, 6; 4. Function of nutrition - continued - Period 7; 5. Function of reproduction - periods 1, 2, 3; 6. Function of reproduction - continued - periods 4, 5; 7. Epirrheology, botanical geography, fossil botany.

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By: John Stevens Henslow
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