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The Effects of Cross and Self-Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom

By Darwin, Charles

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Title: The Effects of Cross and Self-Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom  
Author: Darwin, Charles
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Darwin, C. (n.d.). The Effects of Cross and Self-Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom. Retrieved from http://cn.ebooklibrary.org/


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CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTORY REMARKS. Various means which favour or determine the cross-fertilisation of plants. Benefits derived from cross-fertilisation. Self-fertilisation favourable to the propagation of the species. Brief history of the subject. Object of the experiments, and the manner in which they were tried. Statistical value of the measurements. The experiments carried on during several successive generations. Nature of the relationship of the plants in the later generations. Uniformity of the conditions to which the plants were subjected. Some apparent and some real causes of error. Amount of pollen employed. Arrangement of the work. Importance of the conclusions.

Table of Contents
· CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTORY REMARKS. · CHAPTER II. CONVOLVULACEAE. · CHAPTER III. SCROPHULARIACEAE, GESNERIACEAE, LABIATAE, ETC. · CHAPTER IV. CRUCIFERAE, PAPAVERACEAE, RESEDACEAE, ETC. · CHAPTER V. GERANIACEAE, LEGUMINOSAE, ONAGRACEAE, ETC. · CHAPTER VI. SOLANACEAE, PRIMULACEAE, POLYGONEAE, ETC. · CHAPTER VII. SUMMARY OF THE HEIGHTS AND WEIGHTS OF THE CROSSED AND SELF-FERTILISED PLANTS. · CHAPTER VIII. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CROSSED AND SELF-FERTILISED PLANTS IN CONSTITUTIONAL VIGOUR AND IN OTHER RESPECTS. · CHAPTER IX. THE EFFECTS OF CROSS-FERTILISATION AND SELF-FERTILISATION ON THE PRODUCTION OF SEEDS. · CHAPTER X. MEANS OF FERTILISATION. · CHAPTER XI. THE HABITS OF INSECTS IN RELATION TO THE FERTILISATION OF FLOWERS. · CHAPTER XII. GENERAL RESULTS. · INDEX.


 
 



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