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1 GENERAL

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3 CULTIVATED PLANTS two readers of Darwin's treatise on the origin of species, upon its natural theology.

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IX ECOLOGY

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1 GENERAL

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Amer. journ, sci. arts, 1847, iv, 161-170. Beccari, Odoardo. Piante ospitatrici, ossia piante formi- De Witt, Simeon. Respecting a plan of a meteorological carie della Malesia e della Papuasia descritte ed illustrate. chart, for exhibiting a comparative view of the climates of (In his Malesia, 1884–86, ii.)

North America, and the progress of vegetation. Plantes à fourmis de l'archipel indo-malais et de la Trans. Soc. instit. N. Y. promol. agric., arts, manuf., 1801, i, 88-92? Nouvelle Guinée. Turin, etc. 1885.

Diez, M. S. Influencia de los fosfatos térreos en la vegetaBessey, C. E. Some characteristics of the foothill vegetation cion y procedimientos mas económicos para utilizarlos en la of western Nebraska.

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and barrens in southern Illinois. Briquet, John. Études de biologie florale dans les Alpes

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Fernald, M. L. The soil preferences of certain Alpine and Buysman, Martin. Het verschil tusschen kusten- en con- sub-Alpine plants. (Boston, etc. 1907.)

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Gesner, Johann, praeses. Theses physicæ miscellaneæ

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Grandeau, Louis. Influence de l'électricité atmosphérique Candolle, Alphonse de. Sur la méthode des sommes de sur la nutrition des végétaux. Paris. 1879. température appliquée aux phénomènes de végétation.

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Kuntze, Otto. Die schutzmittel der pflanzen gegen thiere und The direct[ive) influence of light on the growth of wetterungunst und die frage vom salzfreien urmeer. Studien forest plants. (Philadelphia. 1908.)

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From a larger work, pp. 279-298. An ecological sketch of the flora of Santo Domingo. Le Jolis, Auguste. De l'influence chimique des terrains sur Proc. Acad. nat. sci. Phila., 1901, lüi, 554-561.

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Manjarres y Bofarull, Ramon de. Influencia de los fosfatos The vegetation of south Florida south of 27° 30'

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das wachstum der pflanzen und das aroma der früchte.

PACIFIC OCEAN. HEMSLEY, W. B. Report on the botany of Juan Fernandez,

Dr. Noubert's Gartenmagazin, 1894, xlvü, 386–390, 404-408. the south-eastern Moluccas, and the Admiralty Islands.

Meehan, Thomas. Note on treeless prairies. (Philadelphia. Note.

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2 PHENOLOGY Annonkof, Nikolai (I.). Observations sur la floraison de

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Bull. Soc. impér. nat. Moscou, 1851, xxiv, 229-268, 517-553. Bemerkungen zu den phytophänologischen beobachtungen im königreich Sachsen und in den angrenzenden ländern während des jahres 1883. N. P. (1884?]

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Ann. rep. sec. Neb. state board agric., 18797 Comparison of the state of vegetation in the spring for several years past.

Mass. agric. repos. journ., 1821, vi, 397-403. Dewey, Chester. May not the state of those indigenous plants, which blossom late in the season, indicate a late or an early autumn?

Amer. journ. sci. arls, 1820, ii, 255-258. Drude, Oskar. Anleitung zu phytophänologischen beobachtungen in der flora von Sachsen. Abhandl. Naturw. gesellsch. Isis Dresden, 1881, abh. i.

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Sitzungsb. Kais. akad. wissensch. Math.-naturw. classe, 1861, xliii, abth. 2, pp. 81-114. Hatch, T. P. Floral calendar, for part of 1855, in Lauderdale Co., Ala.

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In Russian. Hildroth, S. P. Abstract of meteorological observations made at Marietta, Ohio, in north lat. 39° 25', west long. 81° 30', in 1829.

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