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.


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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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