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The effects of cross and self fertilization in the vegetable kingdom

Charles Darwin

The effects of cross and self fertilization in the vegetable kingdom

by Charles Darwin

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Published by Readex Microprint in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microprint copy of the London edition of 1876.

SeriesLandmarks of Science
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination5 microop.aques
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13784834M

Read "The Effects Of Cross And Self Fertilisation In The Vegetable Kingdom (Mobi Classics)" by Charles Darwin available from Rakuten Kobo. The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom is a book on evolution in plants by Charles Darwin, Brand: Mobilereference. Darwin, Charles (). The effects of cross and self-fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom. London: J. Murray, First edition QK D23 Edition of fifteen hundred copies.

  The effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom by Charles Darwin, , D. Appleton and company edition, in English. The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom. John Murray, London. Darwin, C. R., The Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the Same Species. John Murray, London. Di Cesnola, A. P., A first study of natural selection in Helix arbustorum (Helicogena). Biometrika 5 – Dobzhansky, T.,

Darwin in published a book "cross and self fertilization in vegetable kingdom" in which he concluded that progenies obtained from self fertilization was weaker in maize. Detailed and precise information on inbreeding in maize was published by East in and Shull in Effects of inbreeding 1.   The Effects of Cross and Self-Fertilisation in Vegetable Kingdom Charles Darwin, english naturalist and geologist () This ebook presents «The Effects of Cross and Self-Fertilisation in Vegetable Kingdom», from Charles Darwin. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. Table of Contents About Brand: The Perfect Library.


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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 of3/5(1). The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom by Charles Darwin (Author) › Visit Amazon's Charles Darwin Page.

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book was converted /5(3). 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"--Book. 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. Type. Book Material. Published material. 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. / Title Variants: Alternative: Cross and self-fertilization of plants. Darwin, Charles, John Murray (Firm), publisher William Clowes and Sons, printer.

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.

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 Browne. Charles Darwin, in his book The Effects of Cross and Self-Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom, came to clear and definite conclusions concerning the adaptive benefit of outcrossing.

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 way evolution in some species favoured different male and Read More.

The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation [Fertilization] in the Vegetable Kingdom [Unopened] Author DARWIN, Charles () Format/binding Decorative Cloth Book condition Used - Fine Quantity available 1 Edition Second Edition Publisher John Murray Place of Publication London Date published Bookseller catalogs XIX CENTURY;Book Edition: Second Edition.

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.

Spine title: Cross and self-fertilization of plants Publisher's advertisements on t.p. verso and 32 pages at end, dated January "London: Printed by William Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street and Charing Cross"--t.p.

verso Publisher's advertisements at end printed by Bradbury, Agnew & Co Bound in blind-stamped green cloth. 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, Cited by: Genre/Form: Publishers' advertisements (Publishing) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Darwin, Charles, Effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom. The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom, The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom, by Charles Darwin.

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Fascinating account into the effects of cross and self fertilisation on reproductive success for plants. Many different species are covered and Darwin carefully recorded and presented his results.

The original edition was first published in and the Cambridge edition is a faithful reproduction of the original/5(3). In his book The Effects of Self and Cross Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom, Darwin documented his detailed studies of the effects of inbreeding on plant growth and then, the study of inbreeding depression (the reduction in fitness of inbred progeny relative to outbred progeny) has proven to be Darwin's gift to plant evolutionary.

He recovered, and busied himself in work on the cross- and self-fertilization of plants. Published inEffects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom provided ample proof of his belief that cross-fertilized plants produced vigorous off-spring better placed to survive.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 way evolution in some species favoured different male and female forms of flowers to facilitate outbreeding.The effects of cross fertilization in the vegetable kingdom by Charles Darwin.

Identifying editions in 19th century scientific works can be complicated and this book published by John Murray is no exception. This copy which is in unusually good condition was published in in binding in identical to that of the first edition of