RECORD: Darwin, C. R. Wilson `Botanical Society of Edinburgh' : 32; Magnus `Bot Verein Brandenburg' [reference incomplete]; Wallace `American Naturalist' [reference incomplete]: 161; Hollis `Journal Anat Phys' [reference incomplete]; Hoffman `Botanische Zeitung' [reference incomplete]. [undated] CUL-DAR72.65. Transcribed by Kees Rookmaaker, edited by John van Wyhe. (Darwin Online, http://darwin-online.org.uk/)
REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed by Kees Rookmaaker, corrected and edited by John van Wyhe, corrections by Gordon Chancellor 11.2011. RN2
NOTE: Reproduced with the permission of the Syndics of Cambridge University Library and William Huxley Darwin.
Wilson. Bot. Soc. of Edinburgh p. 32
Grey Juniper plant leaves draw together at night so so that only 30 percent of area covered by the [compound] into day.
Magnus. Bot. Verein of Brandenburg — vertical portion of leaves of Australian Tuas to protect for too much light — some other European plants mentioned note vertical leaves.) Delpino Rivista p. 39 Hard & vertical leaves. — Sachs has observed with Mimosa.
(Wallace — one of shutting of leaves of Senotota Plants)
American Naturalist p. 161
less most transportation when best wax, as along to ribs.
Haller. Journal of Anat. Phys. — mechanical assent of guts of sp leaves
Hoffmann. Bot. Zeitung. Variability in Blooms of Rumex. —
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