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On the germination, development, and fructification of the higher Cryptogamia

and on the fructification of the Coniferæ.

by Wilhelm Friedrich Benedict Hofmeister

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Published by Pub. for the Ray society by R. Hardwicke in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pteridophyta.,
  • Plant morphology.,
  • Conifers.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Dr. Wilhelm Hofmeister. Tr. by Frederick Currey.
    SeriesThe Ray society
    ContributionsCurrey, Frederick, 1819-1881, tr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK521 .H7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 506 p.
    Number of Pages506
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23748300M
    LC Control Number06018040
    OCLC/WorldCa1507475

    On the germination, development, and fructification of the higher Cryptogamia ( book). Hofmeister W () On the germination, development and fructification of the higher cryptogamia and on the fructification of the Coniferae. Published for .

      On the germination, development, and fructification of the higher Cryptogamia ( book)‎ ( F) The Orange Fairy Book ‎ (5 F) Ornithological biography, or an account of the habits of the birds of the United States of America ‎ (1 C, 2 F). Hofmeister, Wilhelm; Currey, Frederick (translator) (), On the germination, development and fructification of the higher Cryptogamia and on the fructification of the Coniferae. Works about Hofmeister. Haberlandt, Gottlieb (), "Wilhelm Hofmeister" in .

    This book demonstrated Hooker's abilities in the understanding of plant geography and also marked a turning point in the application of the evolutionary theory to botany. On the Germination, Development, and Fructification of the Higher Cryptogamia xvii, [1], p., LXV leaves of plates: ill. ; 23 cm.; for the Ray Society, by Robert. On the germination, development, and fructification of the higher Cryptogamia ( book)‎ ( F) Our native ferns, or, A history of the British species and their varieties‎ (37 F) The ferns of British India‎ ( F) The Ferns of Great Britain and Ireland (Thomas Moore)‎ (1 P, F).


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Generation in Cryptogamia This is the English translation of Hofmeister's work on ferns, mosses, and algae (cryptogams) and revealed how the process of fertilization was due to the alternation of sexual and asexual generation.

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On the germination, development, and fructification of the higher Cryptogamia: and on the fructification of the Coniferæ.

Title Variants: Alternative: Hofmeister on the higher Cryptogamia, translated by F. Currey Alternative: On the higher Cryptogamia. On the germination, development, and fructification of the higher Cryptogamia: and on the fructification of the Coniferæ By Hofmeister, Wilhelm, On the germination, development, and fructification of the higher Cryptogamia: and on the fructification of the Coniferæ On the germination, development, and fructification of the higher Cryptogamia: and on the fructification of the Coniferæ This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

On the Germination, Development, and Fructification of the Higher Cryptogamia, and on the Fructification of the Coniferae, [Frederick Curry’s translation of Vergleichende Untersuchungen] Hofmeister, W.

[Wilhelm Friederich Benedikt]. Cramer, Vaduz ). English translation (by F. Currey): On the germination, development and fructification of the higher Cryptogamia and on the fructification of the Coniferae.

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Whether assisting in the development of a private or institutional library, we take great pride in helping our. On the germination, development, and fructification of the higher Cryptogamia, and on the fructification of the Coniferae by Hofmeister, Wilhelm Friedrich.

The development of the fertilized central cell into a nourishing tissue (endosperm) starts with the formation of the coenocyte, a multinuclear single cell unique in the plant kingdom.

(; On the Germination, Development, and Fructification of the Higher Cryptogamia and on the Fructification of the Coniferae, ), in which he points out the relationships among various cryptogams and establishes the position of the gymnosperms (e.g., conifers) between the cryptogams (e.g., ferns, mosses, algae) and the angiosperms.

On the germination, development and fructification of the Higher Cryptogamia, (trans. Currey. F.) London: Central Book Depot.

Comparative floral development reveals novel aspects of structure and diversity of flowers in Cannabaceae. On the germination, development, and fructification of the higher cryptogamia and on the fructification of the Coniferae. (English translation by F. Curry.) London: Ray Society.

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Part 2. Blackwall, J. O/P. The Reptiles of British India. Günther, A.C.L.G. O/P. Seed germination may be defined as the fundamental process by which different plant species grow from a single seed into a plant.

This process influences both crop yield and quality. A common example of seed germination is the sprouting of a seedling from a seed of an angiosperm or gymnosperm.

the University’s Botany Department, and the development of the study of fossil plants Benedict Hofmeister (), in his ‘On the Germination, Development. 3: and Fructification of the Higher Cryptogamia’. In this work, Hofmeister ().

of the Higher Cryptogamia, p. ). They have since been traced out more completely by Hanstein, Celakovsky, and others. the Germination, 6r'c., ^ tube VASCULAR CRYPTOGAMS ; or probably the more the antherozoid with the ' correct generative homology ' is that of the nucleus of nucleus of the pollen-grain.

The.“Development and structure of phloem tissue, Germination, Development and Fructification of the Higher Cryptogamia, London, Google Scholar.

Text-book of Botany. II Edition. Translated by S. H. Vines, Oxford. Google Scholar.The book to which Cambell refers is W.

Hofmeister, On the Germination, Development, and Fructification of the Higher Cryptogamia, and on the Fructification of the Coniferae, trans.

by Frederick Currey ().