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Die Natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien nebst ihren Gattungen und wichtigeren Arten, insbesondere den Nutzpflanzen, unter Mitwirkung zahlreicher hervorragender Fachgelehrten begründet (1897) (20748579809)

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Die Natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien nebst ihren Gattungen und wichtigeren Arten, insbesondere den Nutzpflanzen, unter Mitwirkung zahlreicher hervorragender Fachgelehrten begründet (1897) (20748579809)

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Title: Die Natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien nebst ihren Gattungen und wichtigeren Arten, insbesondere den Nutzpflanzen, unter Mitwirkung zahlreicher hervorragender Fachgelehrten begründet
Identifier: dienatrlichenp02engl (find matches)
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Engler, Adolf, 1844-1930; Prantl, Karl Anton Eugen, 1849-1893; Pilger, Robert Knuds Friedrich, 1876-1953; Krause, Kurt, b. 1883
Subjects: Botany
Publisher: Leipzig, W. Engelmann
Contributing Library: MBLWHOI Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MBLWHOI Library



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264 Cutlerraceae. (Kjellman.)
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Fig. 17S. AâG Cutleria multifida (Smith) Grev. A Habitusbild einer GescblecMspfl. (1/1); B ein Stück aus dem â wachsenden Rande des Sprosses in der Flächenansicht, «, 6, c Zweige der Randfäden (290/1); C Schnitt durch einen reifen Q Sorus (225/1); D Schnitt durch einen reifen (5 Sorus (225/1); E Q Gameten (960/1); jp" (^ Ga- meten (900/1); G die Copulation von Gameten (960/1). â UâK Zanardinia lollaris (Ag.) Cr. E Spross in der Bildung von Vermehrungssprossen (1/1); J Schnitt durch einen Sorus von Sporangien (300/1); JT Sporen (960/1). (A, C, D nach Bornet; B, E^K nach Reinke.)

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