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CUL-DAR77    Note:    1855.00.00--1875.00.00   [All of DAR77 in one sequence of 265 images]   Image
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CUL-DAR77.1    Miscellaneous:    [Undated]   wrapper for items 77: 2- annotated `Used Scraps Chiefly Calculations'
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CUL-DAR77.10    Abstract:    [Undated]   Hoffmann H `Speciesfrage': [pp]
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CUL-DAR77.100    Note:    [Undated]   Exceptions to rule of Cross Higher [table of relative heights of plants]
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CUL-DAR77.100r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Descent'?]: sheet numbered 50
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CUL-DAR77.101    Note:    [Undated]   Total of Crossed & Self-fert[ilised] Individuals [calculations]
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CUL-DAR77.101r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Descent'?]: sheet numbered 47
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CUL-DAR77.102    Note:    [Undated]   Families Genera Species Provisional List
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CUL-DAR77.102r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Descent'?]: sheet numbered 73
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CUL-DAR77.103-105b    Note:    [Undated]   Crossed Plants within 5 per cent of height of self-fert[ilised] Plants /
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CUL-DAR77.106    Note:    [Undated]   Grand average for the 54 sp[ecies] measured [relative heights of plants]
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CUL-DAR77.106r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Descent'?]: ch 3 [p] 18
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CUL-DAR77.107a-107b    Note:    [Undated]   Dianthus [comparison of crossed and self-fertilised] [numbers of seed?]
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CUL-DAR77.107r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Fertilisation'?] bottom half of sheet only
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CUL-DAR77.108-110    Note:    [Undated]   Name / Crossed / Self-fer[tilised] / Died [heights and weights also
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CUL-DAR77.108r-109r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Insectivorous plants'?]: pp. 859, 851
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CUL-DAR77.11    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `American Nat' 1876: 239
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CUL-DAR77.111    Note:    1873.07.01   Mimulus luteus / Crossed means between 2 flowers on same plant & self
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CUL-DAR77.112    Note:    [Undated]   Tab[le] 29 / Weights of whole plants after they had formed heads
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CUL-DAR77.112r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Descent'?]: [bottom half of page only]
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CUL-DAR77.113-114    Note:    [Undated]   Fertility of Mimulus [observations on plants 51, 53, 54, 56, 58, 60]
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CUL-DAR77.113r-114r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Descent'?]: sheets numbered 62, 56
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CUL-DAR77.115-116    Note:    [Undated]   Table 100 / Crossed by fresh stock [table of comparative heights]
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CUL-DAR77.117    Note:    [Undated]   Table 101 / Weights / Relative weights of crossed & self-fertilised
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CUL-DAR77.118-120    Note:    [Undated]   Tab[le] 103? [comparison of crossed and self-fertilised in amount of
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CUL-DAR77.12    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `[American Naturalist?]' [1876?]: 329
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CUL-DAR77.121-130    Draft:    [Undated]   [Crossed and self-fertile plants: calculations converting raw data from
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CUL-DAR77.13    Abstract:    [Undated]   Eaton A.E `Proceedings of the Royal Society' 33 1875: 351
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CUL-DAR77.131    Note:    [Undated]   To be returned / [instructions to an amanuensis as to order in which to
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CUL-DAR77.132-133    Note:    [Undated]   Table A / Enumeration of plants experimented on [tables comparing weights
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CUL-DAR77.133r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Insectivorous plants'?]: sheet numbered ch 10 [p] 39A
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CUL-DAR77.134-138    Abstract:    [Undated]   Fermond C `Hist gen fecond vegetaux' 1859
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CUL-DAR77.139    Correspondence:   Müller (Heinrich Ludwig) Hermann to Darwin Charles Robert  1873.05.19   Müller (Heinrich Ludwig) Hermann to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.14    Note:    1867.08.19   A crossed pea Maple X Purple-podded from Mr Laxton has grown in poor soil
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CUL-DAR77.140-141    Correspondence:   Darwin Francis (Sir [1913]) to Darwin Charles Robert  [1873][.08.15.before]   Darwin Francis (Sir [1913]) to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.142-143    Correspondence:   Darwin Francis (Sir [1913]) to Darwin Charles Robert  [1873][.08.18.after]   Darwin Francis (Sir [1913]) to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.144-145    Correspondence:   Darwin George Howard (Sir [1905]) to Darwin Charles Robert  [1876.01.08.after]   Darwin George Howard (Sir [1905]) to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.146    Correspondence:   Wells Samuel to Darwin Charles Robert  1858.11.25   Wells Samuel to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.147    Correspondence:   Wells Samuel to Darwin Charles Robert  1858.11.17   Wells Samuel to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.148    Correspondence:   Pearson John to Darwin Charles Robert  1858.11.23   Pearson John to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.149-151    Correspondence:   Leighton William Allport  1858.11.19   Leighton William Allport
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CUL-DAR77.15    Abstract:    [Undated]   Loiseleur Deslongchamps `Cereals': 208-219
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CUL-DAR77.152-153    Correspondence:   Delpino Federico to Darwin Charles Robert  1873.06.18   Delpino Federico to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.154-155    Correspondence:   Müller (Heinrich Ludwig) Hermann to Darwin Charles Robert  1873.06.10   Müller (Heinrich Ludwig) Hermann to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.156-158    Correspondence:   Norman Ebenezer to Darwin Charles Robert  1876.05.18   Norman Ebenezer to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.159-163    Correspondence:   Laxton Thomas to Darwin Charles Robert  1876.05.02   Laxton Thomas to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.16    Note:    [Undated]   The want of regularity in height of the plants forming the 3 series may
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CUL-DAR77.164-165    Note:    1876.07.23   Ogle William
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CUL-DAR77.166-167    Correspondence:   Fitch Adam to Darwin Charles Robert  1862.11.18   Fitch Adam to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.168-169    Correspondence:   Masters William to Darwin Charles Robert  1850.04.03   Masters William to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.17    Note:    [Undated]   Comparing the first two columns the crossed are more irregular than the
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CUL-DAR77.170    Correspondence:   Fox William Darwin to Darwin Charles Robert  [1856].12.19   Fox William Darwin to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.171-172b    Correspondence:   Cattell John to Darwin Charles Robert  1860.05.12   Cattell John to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.173    Correspondence:   Thiselton-Dyer William Turner (Sir [1899]) to Darwin Charles Robert  1873.08.30   Thiselton-Dyer William Turner (Sir [1899]) to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.173v    Note:    [Undated]   [spelling of Canna warscewi[c]z[i] and Eschscholtzia]
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CUL-DAR77.174    Printed:    [1860s--1870s?]   Notice of Williams B.S `Choice stove and greenhouse flowering plants' `[source unknown]': [1 col]
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CUL-DAR77.175-177    Printed:    1872.10.17   On the fertilisation of a few common papilionaceous flowers `Nature' 6: 498-501
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CUL-DAR77.18    Note:    1875.12.12   Nicotiana / 1st cross - compared seeds to s[elf]-fert-seed 100 : 150
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CUL-DAR77.19    Note:    [Undated]   My son has considered under the same point of view the plants of the 8th
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CUL-DAR77.2    Abstract:    [Undated]   Duncan `Transactions Edinburgh Royal Society' 24 1865-1866: 287
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CUL-DAR77.20    Note:    1862.10.04   Dwarf Kidney Bean viz Canterbury & Fulmers Forcing Bean set apparently
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CUL-DAR77.21    Note:    1855.07.20   10 a.m saw Humble Bees visiting carnation Spanish Pink (D[ianthus]
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CUL-DAR77.22    Note:    1860.05.20   Saw small kind of Bee forcing way into unopened Broom flowers
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CUL-DAR77.23    Note:    1861.05.19   Observed 3 or 4 days ago several red-bellied flies with long proboscis
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CUL-DAR77.24    Note:    1868.00.00   I observe in plainest way that seeds of Papaver vagum & Delphinium
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CUL-DAR77.25    Note:    1852.06.18--1852.07.29   Sweet Peas / all alike young Plants [experiments on 6 varieties]
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CUL-DAR77.26a    Note:    [1857.autumn]   In autumn castrated 4 flowers of Sw[eet] Pea & twice over impregnated
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CUL-DAR77.26b    Note:    1858.07.00   Of the sweet Peas fertilised last year one pod produced some plants
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CUL-DAR77.26c    Note:    1858.08.02   In the plot of Sweet Pea which produced all pale pink but somewhat
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CUL-DAR77.27    Note:    1860.04.13   to Mr Masters / I know the 6 kinds of Sweet Peas named by Mr Masters. I
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CUL-DAR77.28    Note:    1867.00.00   Sweet Pea / in one lot of Scarlet var a plant of Purple came up - marked
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CUL-DAR77.29    Note:    [Undated]   Formerly often noticed in rows of Sweet peas a false plant; Cattell
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CUL-DAR77.3    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `American Nat' 1873: 480
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CUL-DAR77.30    Note:    [ny].07.10   Warm weather marked some very large fl[ower] buds with petals just
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CUL-DAR77.31    Note:    1873.07.30   I have just looked at Lathyrus macrorhizus - has 2 holes at extreme base
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CUL-DAR77.32    Note:    1873.08.06   Saw large Bombus lapidarius sucking Sweet peas He went to one side of the
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CUL-DAR77.33    Note:    1873.08.17   I now know that there are nectar-holes in the staminal tube of Lathyrus
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CUL-DAR77.33v    Note:    1873.09.07   2 nectar holes in all [listed varieties of Lathyrus]
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CUL-DAR77.34    Printed:    1874.09.24   (Professor Hoffmann of Giessen on Phaseolus) `Nature' 9: 427
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CUL-DAR77.35a    Note:    [Undated]   Sweet Pea var Painted Lady / Two flowers fert[ilised] by cross with
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CUL-DAR77.35b    Note:    [Undated]   Megachile willughbellia - the leaf-cutting Bee is the species which I
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CUL-DAR77.35c    Abstract:    [Undated]   Darwin C.R. `Variation' vol 2 p. 91
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CUL-DAR77.36    Abstract:    [Undated]   Farrer on kidney bean `Nature' 6 1872: 479 [reference only]
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CUL-DAR77.37    Abstract:    1869.04.04   Hoffmann `Bestimmung der Species'
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CUL-DAR77.38    Printed:    1872.07.25   Hive bees versus mechanism `Nature' 6: 242
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CUL-DAR77.39-40    Correspondence:   Masters William to Darwin Charles Robert  [1860.04.07.after]   Masters William to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR77.4    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Zoologist' [year]: 8
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CUL-DAR77.41-42    Note:    1872.summer   Ipomaea / Procured fresh seed from Cattells & raised 2 plants; many
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CUL-DAR77.43    Note:    1873.00.00   Ipomaea - crossed means by pollen of distinct flower on same plant &
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CUL-DAR77.44    Note:    1873.10.25   Amongst the Convolvulus plants experimented on in last year (72) there
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CUL-DAR77.45    Note:    1873.07.01   Ipomaea / Plants just in flower / The crossed plants (excluding the
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CUL-DAR77.46    Note:    1875.10.20   Fertility - Ipomaea / Abstract [referring to pp. 45-46, 49, 53, 55, 66,
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CUL-DAR77.47    Note:    [Undated]   Look at this / On Germination of Crossed & Self Seeds
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CUL-DAR77.48    Note:    [Undated]   On Germination of Crossed & self- seeds / Ipomaea [referring to pp. 42,
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CUL-DAR77.49    Note:    [Undated]   Summary of results - observations assumed to have been made each day at
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CUL-DAR77.5    Abstract:    [Undated]   Godron `Hist des Aegilops hybrides' 1870: 59
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CUL-DAR77.50    Note:    [Undated]   Weight of seeds [summary and index of results]
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CUL-DAR77.51    Note:    [Undated]   Germination of seeds [summary and index of results]
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CUL-DAR77.52-54    Note:    [Undated]   With respect to the relative period of the germination of crossed &
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CUL-DAR77.52r-54r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Expression'?]: [pp?]; ch 7 p. 18; p. 5
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