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" The experience of nearly one hundred years has proved to every unprejudiced mind, that no system has appeared which can be compared with that of the immortal Swede (Linneus) for the facility with which it enables any one, hitherto unpractised in botany,... "
Manual of Botany for North America: Containing Generic and Specific ... - Page iv
by Amos Eaton - 1836 - 797 pages
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The British Flora: Comprising the Phaenogamous, Or Flowering Plants, and the ...

Sir William Jackson Hooker - Botany - 1830 - 480 pages
...unprejudiced mind, that no system has appeared which can be compared to that of the immortal Swede, for the facility with which it enables any one, hitherto...at a knowledge of the Genus and species of a plant. The Linneean method is, therefore, here adopted. It has been the opinion of the author, and of many...
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A Popular Description of the Indigenous Plants of Lanarkshire

William Patrick - 1831
...unprejudiced mind, that no system has appeared which can be compared to that of the immortal Swede, for the facility with which it enables any one, hitherto...at a knowledge of the Genus and Species of a plant. The Linnean method is, therefore Itere, adopted." ' Before concluding the explanatory "part of this...
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Flora of Northumberland and Durham

Nathaniel John Winch - 1831 - 149 pages
...has proved to every unprejudiced mind, that no system can be compared to that of the immortal Swede, for the facility with which it enables any one hitherto...a knowledge of the genus and species of a plant." And as the chief value of these memoranda will be in assisting those who are commencing their botanic...
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A popular description of the indigenous plants of Lanarkshire: with a ...

William Patrick - Botany - 1831 - 399 pages
...unprejudiced mind, that no system has appeared which can be compared to that of the immortal Swede, for the facility with which it enables any one, hitherto...at a knowledge of the Genus and Species of a plant. The Linnean method is, therefore here adopted." Before concluding the explanatory part of this Preface,...
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A popular description of the indigenous plants of Lanarkshire: with an ...

William Patrick - 1832 - 399 pages
...compared to that of the immortal Swede, for the facility with which it enables any one, liillierto unpractised in botany, to arrive at a knowledge of the Genus and Species of a plant. The Linnean method is, therefore here adopted." • Before concluding the explanatory part of this...
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Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign ..., Volumes 1-2

1833
...published in this country upon that system, is obliged to rest his defence for still following it, upon " the facility with which it enables any one, hitherto unpractised in botany, -to arrive at the knowledge of the genus and species of a plant." But, he observes, if a system of botany is only...
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The Horticultural Register, Volume 3

Horticulture - 1834
...defects of the Artificial System ; and he has proved that its chief claim to merit is lobe traced to "the facility with which it enables any one, hitherto...a knowledge of the genus and species of a plant." This, by the bye — is a most important circumstance, and if it can be established as a fact must...
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Library of Useful Knowledge: Natural philosophy, Volume 4

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1838
...system, the learned and amiable author is forced to rest his defence of his still following it upon " the facility with which it enables any one, hitherto...a knowledge of the genus and species of a plant." But if a system of Botany is to be nothing more than a contrivance to help those who will not master...
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North American Botany: Comprising the Native and Common Cultivated Plants ...

Amos Eaton, John Wright (M.D.) - Botany - 1840 - 625 pages
...compared with that of the immortal Swede (Linneus), for the facility with which it enables anyone, hitherto unpractised in botany, to arrive at a knowledge of the genus and species of a plant." To prepare for the study of natural alliances of plants, as a necessary step towards the study of vegetable...
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North American Botany: Comprising the Native and Common Cultivated Plants ...

Amos Eaton, John Wright (M.D.) - Botany - 1840 - 625 pages
...Swede (Linneus), for the facility with which it enables anyone, hitherto unpractised in botany,'to arrive at a knowledge of the genus and species of a plant." v To prepare for the study of natural alliances of plants, as a necessary step towards the study of...
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