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" ... upon whom in this direction he made but little advance. C. Naudin's essay, entitled ' New Researches on Hybridity in Plants,' made its appearance in 1862. The author pointed out that the facts of the return of hybrids to the specific forms of their... "
Ceylon Journal of Science: Botany - Page 303
1905
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Recent Progress in the Study of Variation, Heredity, and Evolution

Robert Heath Lock - Evolution - 1906 - 299 pages
...return of hybrids to the specific forms of their parents, when repeatedly crossed with the latter, are naturally explained by the hypothesis of the disjunction of the two specific essences in the pollen grains and ovules of the hybrid. The idea may, perhaps, be made somewhat clearer as follows : Let us...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh, Volume 8

Botany - 1866
...seemed to revert almost entirely into the opposite species. All these facts are naturally explained by the disjunction of the two specific essences in the pollen and ovules of the hybrid. A hybrid is an individual in which two different essences are found united, each having its particular...
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