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CUL-DAR76.B181-B182a    Correspondence:   Müller (Heinrich Ludwig) Hermann to Darwin Charles Robert  1873.05.19   Müller (Heinrich Ludwig) Hermann to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B183    Printed:    1866.00.00   On the necessity for insect agency in the fertilisation of Corydalis cava `Report of the International Horticultural Exhibition & Botanical Congress': 157-158   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B184    Correspondence:   Müller (Heinrich Ludwig) Hermann to Darwin Charles Robert  1873.07.01   Müller (Heinrich Ludwig) Hermann to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B185    Correspondence:   Masters Maxwell Tylden  1876.01.26   Masters Maxwell Tylden   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B186-B187    Correspondence:   Moore Thomas to Thiselton-Dyer William Turner  1876.02.15   Moore Thomas to Thiselton-Dyer William Turner   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B188-B190    Correspondence:   Darwin William Erasmus to Darwin Charles Robert  [1863].05.08   Darwin William Erasmus to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B19    Note:    1863.05.22   Corydalis lutea / The hood springs one way & pistil springs other way   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B20-B21    Note:    1861.07.13   Great Beds of Fumaria capreolata - This plant long a frightful puzzle to   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B22,B22a,B23-B24,B24v    Note:    1868.07.00   Mignonette / Black Thread Pollen from same plant [experimental   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B23r-B24r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Insectivorous plants'?]: ch 11 pp. 61-62   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B25-B26    Note:    1869.09.20   Reseda odorata / This spring I bedded out 4 plants separate & carefully   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B27,B27v    Note:    1870.09.10--1870.10.02   This summer 6 Mignonette Plants were separately planted & separately   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B28    Note:    1871.09.20   I raised 5 plants from one of self-sterile plants (Reseda odorata) on   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B29    Miscellaneous:    [Undated]   coversheet for items 76: B30- annotated `Esch[sch]oltzia' [with a calculation]   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B29r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Descent']: [bottom half of sheet only]   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B3-B11    Correspondence:   Galton Francis to Darwin Charles Robert  1876.02.16   Galton Francis to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B30    Note:    1869.08.28   Asa Gray says that my Esch[sch]o[l]tzia & those sent by F Muller are   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B31-B32    Note:    1869.00.00   Esch[sch]o[l]tzia californica / Many plants were raised from crossed ie   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B33    Correspondence:   Müller (Johann Friedrich Theodor) `Fritz'  1866.08.02   Müller (Johann Friedrich Theodor) `Fritz'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B34-B35    Correspondence:   Müller (Johann Friedrich Theodor) `Fritz'  1869.01.12   Müller (Johann Friedrich Theodor) `Fritz'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B36    Correspondence:   Müller (Johann Friedrich Theodor) `Fritz'  1870.03.29   Müller (Johann Friedrich Theodor) `Fritz'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B37    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `[G]660'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B38    Note:    [Undated]   In Dimorphism Portfolio Letter in Indexed Cover from F Müller on   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B39    Note:    [Undated]   On Cabbages & Radishes naturally crossing - & on prepotency of pollen (proof sheet of Insectivorous plants)   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B40    Note:    1862.05.24   Cabbages / Prepotency / 10h 45 put plenty of pollen on 3 lately opened   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B41    Note:    1863.06.16   Cabbages / Marked with white thread 6 fl[owers] of Cabbage with lacinated   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B42    Note:    1868.05.00--1868.10.00   Cabbages / Lacinated / White & Green lacinated Cabbage has 7 flowers   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B43    Note:    [Undated]   Summary / Mem pistil surrounded by 6 stamens each with more than enough   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B44    Note:    [Undated]   Sugar Loaf Cabbage / Portsmouth Broccoli / Brussels sprouts [numbers of   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B45    Draft:    [Undated]   of addendum [to `Fertilisation'?] (a) As I have alluded to the Horse Chesnut   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B45r    Draft:    [Undated]   [Descent vol 2] ch "Reptiles" [p] 25   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B46    Note:    1864.autumn   Covered up in open not a large branch of radish it became covered with   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B47    Note:    1873.07.22   Bees seem to pass promiscuously from adjoining tree to tree   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B48    Note:    1873.07.14   Most plants produce far more flower than fruit - look at orchards in   Image
135.
CUL-DAR76.B48r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Expression'] ch 14 [p] 32A later renumbered 572   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B49-B51    Correspondence:   Robertson Peter to Darwin Charles Robert  1867.04.30   Robertson Peter to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B51v    Printed:    1867.03.00   The variegated borecoles at Wardie Lodge `Gardeners' Chronicle': 294   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B52    Note:    [Undated]   Broom - Dichog[amy] [with annotated drawings [by Darwin F?] on reverse]   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B53    Note:    1857.05.29   Ch 3 / The common Broom where the long pistil is bowed into a circle in a   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B54    Figure:    [Undated]   drawings of Broom flowers   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B55    Note:    1858.05.10   In Spartium or common Broom the curling manner of the pistil which burst   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B56-B57    Note:    1863.05.00--1863.06.00   Broom / Dichogam[y] / Flowers kept several days in water even shorter   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B58    Note:    1863.05.23--1863.05.24   Broom / Covered up branch & this day fertilised 5 flowers with own pollen   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B59    Note:    1863.06.01   Genista tinctoria / Flowers when free are found all with keel & wings   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B60,B60v    Note:    1866.05.14--1866.05.18   Broom / Young Flowers Stigma with pollen of long stamens white Thread   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B61-B62    Note:    1866.05.00   Broom / Wing-petals do not at all cohere but each rests on horn-like   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B63    Note:    [Undated]   Broom / Plant under net White Th[read] fert[ilised] by long stamen of   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B64    Note:    1867.05.05   Cytisus scoparius / Broom / I snapped off 15 flowers & carefully examined   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B65    Note:    [1867?].06.07--[1867?].06.09   Broom (a) / A number of Flowers were snapped off & prevented getting   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B66-B67    Correspondence:   Darwin William Erasmus to Darwin Charles Robert  [1866].05.08   Darwin William Erasmus to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B68-B72    Figure:    [Undated]   drawings of pollen grains of Broom   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B73    Miscellaneous:    [Undated]   wrapper for items 76: B74- annotated `Used Scraps Cross Fertilisation'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B74-B77[.1]    Printed:    1860.06.30   On the fertilisation of British orchids by insect agency (reprinted from "Gardeners' Chronicle" of 9 June 1860); and a letter with Editors' response `Entomologist's Weekly Intelligencer': 102-104   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B74-B77[.2]    Printed:    1860.06.30   (issue of) `Entomologist's Weekly Intelligencer': 97-104
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CUL-DAR76.B78    Note:    1860.12.18   John Lubbock can explain case of Taenia which is Dichgamous   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B79-B80    Note:    1861.08.29--1861.09.04   To show importance of Diptera I saw large field yellow with charlock &   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B81    Note:    1862.05.26   It might be thought a chance that the pollen of grapes would be blown &   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B82    Note:    1862.10.04   The Adlumia cirrhosa sets plenty of pods under net - like other   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B83    Note:    1858.09.21   I saw B[ombus] muscorum sucking Adlumia cirrhosa & pushing aside hood /   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B84a-B84d    Correspondence:   Crocker Charles William to Darwin Charles Robert  1862.10.31   Crocker Charles William to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B84v    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `[G]542'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B85    Note:    1862.11.08   Hop Clover / Of plants in garden uncovered 60 heads yielded 9.1 gr[ains]   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B86-B87    Note:    [Undated]   Dichogamy / Isotoma (a Lobeliad) white flow[ered] has curious long   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B88    Note:    1863.06.24   Salvia tenori / Fertilised 5 flowers & marked with white threads -   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B89    Note:    [Undated]   Dichogamy / Impatiens barbigerum / Put one plant under net The other   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B90    Note:    [Undated]   Dichogamy / Trifolium arvensa (Hares-foot Trefoil) flower excessively   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B91    Note:    1864.05.15   Dichogamy / Common Rhubarb from tall stalks & numerous flowers with white   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B92    Note:    1862.08.05   Lupinus nanus / (from Vaucher) / When mature or nearly mature flower open   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B93    Printed:    1866.02.10   Lupinus (abstract) The fecundation of Lupinus polyphyllus (abstract) `Reader': 154b   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B94    Note:    1866.06.25   In large bud with anthers beginning to dehisce & with far projecting   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B95-B96    Correspondence:   Leighton William Allport  1865.05.29   Leighton William Allport   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B97-B98    Note:    1867.00.00--1868.04.00   Cineraria Two plants purple vars were crossed reciprocally & the heads of   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B99    Note:    1867.00.00   Cuphea purpurea - At first many flowers were fertilised owing to my not   Image
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