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Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences - Page 185
1857
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Hooker's Journal of Botany and Kew Garden Miscellany, Volume 6

Sir William Jackson Hooker - Botany - 1854
...OF BOOKS. STJLLIVANT, WILLIAM S. : Notices of some new Species of MOSSES from the Pacific Islands, in the Collection of the United States Exploring Expedition under Captain Wilkes. (Extracted from, the Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. iii.) 8vo. 1853....
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Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Science - 1857
...described by Von Siebold. See Dr. Burnett's Translation of Von Siebold's Anatomy of the Invertebrata, pp. 310 and 334. This author regards them as fat-cells,...repente radiculoso squamiformi-folioso ; ramis vix imcialibus erectis distantibus simplicibus frondiformibus lineari-lanceolatis complanatis ; foliis...
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Proceedings of The American Academy of Arts and Sciences.VOL.III From May ...

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences - 1857
...before the Academy a paper entitled " Characters of some new Genera of Plants, mostly from Polynesia, in the Collection of the United States Exploring Expedition, under Captain Wilkes." (In continuation of those communicated May 4, 1852; Proceedings, Vol. II. p. 323.) crassis Eestivatione...
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The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London, Volume 8

Microscope and microscopy - 1860
...the United States. New York, 8vo. 1856 Notices of some New Species of Mosses from the Pacific Islands in the Collection of the United States Exploring Expedition under Captain Wilkes. Cambridge, 8vo. 1854 Contributions to the Bryology and Hepaticology of North America. Parts 1 and 2,...
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The American Journal of Science

Science - 1888
...250-251. [Ann. Nat. Hist., XII, 365-366.] Characters of some new genera of Plants, mostly from Polynesia, in the collection of the United States Exploring Expedition under Captain Wilkes. Proc. JJ Am. Acad., Ill, 48-54, 127-129. 1854. On the age of the large tree recently felled in California....
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1890
...250251. [Ann. Nat. Hist., xil, 365-366.] Characters of some new genera of Plants, mostly from Polynesia, in the collection of the United States Exploring Expedition under Captain Wilkes. Proc. Am. Acad., ill, 48-54, 127-129. 1804. On the age of the large tree recently felled in California....
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Contributions from the United States National Herbarium, Volume 12

Botany - 1909
...with his Botanical contributions, v. 1. Characters of some new genera of plants, mostly from Polynesia in the collection of the United States exploring expedition, under Captain Wilkes. . . . (Proc. Am. Acad. v. 3.) 11 p. 8. Cambridge, Mass., 1853. Hound with his Botanical contributions,...
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Pamphlets on Dendrology, Volume 4

Trees - 1907
...with his Botanical contributions, v. 1. Characters of some new genera of plants, mostly from Polynesia in the collection of the United States exploring expedition, under Captain Wilkes. . . . (Proc. Am. Acad. v. 3.) 11 p. 8. Cambridge, Mass., 1853. Bound with his Botanical contributions,...
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Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Science - 1857
...presented the following paper, entitled, " Characters of New Genera of Plants, mostly from Polynesia, in the Collection of the United States Exploring Expedition, under Captain Wilkes (continued)." " ACICALYPTUS, Nov. Gen. Myrtacearum. " Calyx subulaeformis, acute tetragonus, clausus...
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Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Science - 1857
...described by Von Siebold. See Dr. Burnett's Translation of Von Siebold's Anatomy of the Invertebrata, pp. 310 and 334. This author regards them as fat-cells,...by William S. Sullivant." (Continued from page 81.) navicularibus extreme apice leniter recurve brevissime gemello-costatis, areolatione e cellulis minutissimis...
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