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THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BINOMIAL SYSTEM OF NOMENCLATURE

HELEN A. CHOATE
The Plant World
Vol. 15, No. 11 (NOVEMBER, 1912), pp. 257-263
Published by: Wiley
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43476918
Page Count: 7
Subjects: Biological Sciences Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
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[Footnotes]
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    Greene, Edw. L., Landmarks of Botanical History. Smithsonian Miscel- laneous Collections, p. 31, 1909.
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    Bachmann, A. Q., Introducilo Universalis in Rem Herbariam, p. 11.
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    Olsson-Seffer, Jour, of Botany, Sept., 1904.
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    Linnaeus, C., Philosophia Botanica, Stockholm, p. 202, 1751.
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    Linnaeus, C., Species Plantarum, Stockholm, Int, 1753.
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    Olsson-Seffer, Jour, of Botany, Sept. 1904.