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" ... organ, and from his description it is evident that he confounded the two kinds since discovered, regarding them as different stages of one structure. The announcement of this discovery seemed to destroy all grounds for the assumption of distinct sexes,... "
The Botanical Text-book: An Introduction to Scientific Botany, Both ... - Page 343
by Asa Gray - 1853 - 528 pages
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The Vegetable kingdom ; or, The structure, classification, and uses of plants

John Lindley - Botany - 1853 - 984 pages
...all grounds for the assumption of distinct sexes, not only in the Ferns but in the other Cryptogams, since it was argued that the existence of these cellular..." But an essay published by the Count Suminski in 184S totally changed the face of the question, and opened a wide field for speculation and investigation...
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The Vegetable Kingdom; Or, The Structure, Classification, and Uses of Plants ...

John Lindley - Botany - 1853 - 984 pages
...all grounds for the assumption of distinct sexes, not only in the Ferns but in the other Cryptogams, since it was argued that the existence of these cellular...germinating fronds, proved that they were not to be regarded u in any way connected with the reproductive processes. " But an essay published by the Count Suminski...
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The penny cyclopędia [ed. by G. Long].

Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge - 1858
...in the other Cryptogams, since it was argued that the existence of these cellular organs, prodncing spiral filaments, the so-called spermatozoa, upon...reproductive processes. " But an essay published by the Count Snminaki in 1848 totally changed the face ci the question, and opened a wide field for speculation...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1858 - 286 pages
...destroy all grounds for the assumption of distinct sexes, not only in Feins, but in the other Cryptogams, since it was argued that the existence of these cellular organs, producing spiral filaments, the so-called spermatozoa, upon the germinating fronds, proved that they were not...
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Introduction to structural and systematic botany and vegetable physiology ...

Asa Gray - Science - 1866 - 555 pages
...grounds for the assumption of distinct sexes, not only in the Ferns, but in the other Cryptogamia ; for it was argued that the existence of these cellular...spermatozoa) upon the germinating fronds, proved that (hey were not to be regarded as in any way connected with the reproductive processes. But an essay...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1852
...all grounds for the assumption of distinct sexes, not only in the ferns but in the other Cryptogams, since it was argued that the existence of these cellular...reproductive processes. But an essay published by the Count Surninski£ in 1SJ8, totally changed the face of the question, and opened a wide field for speculation...
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