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2 edition of Gray"s Botanical text-book found in the catalog.

Gray"s Botanical text-book

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Published by Ivison in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesBotanical text-book., Structural botany, Physiological botany
ContributionsGoodale, George L. (George Lincoln), 1839-1923
The Physical Object
Pagination2 vols.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24347758M

Goodale had a medical degree from Harvard and a solid knowledge of botany. He also predicted that the fate of slavery depended upon the length and bitterness of the war, and the longer it lasted the more disastrous it would be for the South. Publication of the first volume made Torrey and Gray the leading botanists of North America and brought them international attention. Neither Darwin nor Wallace attended the meeting.

Ratisbonae [Regensburg]: per Hieronymum Lentzen, He spent a year in Europe this time studying. The new state of Michigan was starting its university, and Gray applied for a professorship in early Yours truly and affectionately, TO W.

The second volume of Torrey and Gray's Flora was completed in ; but for forty years Grays Botanical text-book book Gray gave up a large part of his time to the preparation of his Synoptical Flora He became known as the founder of the Hippocratic school of medicine, which greatly advanced the systematic study of clinical medicine. The fact of being born supposes a maternal ancestry. All my arrangements were upset last fall, and the prospects for daily bread have been rather dark all winter—that is for the present; for the future they look as well as I could expect. I have given a copy of this list to my friend Dr.


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Gray"s Botanical text-book by Asa Gray Download PDF Ebook

I hope soon to collect more extensively, but in this vicinity there are no plants of especial interest. Gray never lost Grays Botanical text-book book early interest in popular instruction; he produced five other textbooks, all important in lower-school education.

To it he removed, and there resided until he bought out an adjacent small farm in addition, with an old house very pleasantly situated, which he rebuilt and lived in until after I had attained my majority.

As a corollary, he felt that if the South had given up early in the war, they would have had a chance of preserving slavery longer. His skills were better suited to teaching advanced rather than introductory classes. Gray was a devout Presbyterian and was a member of First Church in Cambridge, a Congregational churchwhere he served as a deacon.

Asa Gray Facts

Dear Sir,—Your kind letter of December 11, with the parcel of books you were so good as to send me, were in due time received, for both of which I beg you to Grays Botanical text-book book my thanks. He is quite desirous of continuing the Grays Botanical text-book book.

Gray departed for England on June 11, My first summer vacation, if I rightly remember, was in cholera year, the disease being very fatal in Utica. Utica, January 23, Dept AgricultureThe purpose of this book is to bring together the information available on the pathology of the more important forest and shade trees of the United States.

Grayanotoxin and Gray Peak New York are named after him. Lawrence and Franklin counties. Hadley in Utica just at dusk on the evening of the day you left me there, so I stayed all night there, and went to Fairfield next day.

On my arrival at Bridgewater I found a child of my friend and former medical preceptor, [27] a favorite little daughter, dangerously, almost hopelessly sick with inflammation of the brain.

But more work was soon added. I did not try it upon phosphorus. It is a regular endogenous shrub, although it sometimes dies nearly to the ground, but always sends out a branch from the uppermost node which survives the winter.

I am young twenty-onewithout any engagements to confine me to this section of country, and prefer the study of botany to anything else. John H.

Gray's Botanical text

Sawbridge, Charles Mearn, and Charles Brome, Gray held a temporary teaching position in at Grays Botanical text-book book College. During the next summer, I intend to visit the western part of this State, also Ohio and Michigan.

In the meantime, a dispute had arisen between Wilkes and the team of Torrey and Gray about the format of the books Grays Botanical text-book book from the expedition. Gray's copy arrived just before Christmas, and he read it between Christmas and New Year's. Priest, and on the opening of the autumn session returned to the medical school at Grays Botanical text-book book.

Supposing they might be of some use to you in connection with other collections, I copied the brief notes I made on studying them very hurriedly indeed, and placed them at your disposal.

Daniels, American Science in the Age of Jackson I am making arrangements for securing the bulbs, tubers, and seeds of the rarer plants for Lehmann.

Marshall Ward - Cambridge University PressThe book is an account of common native species, so arranged that the student may learn how to closely observe and deal with the distinctive characters of these remarkable plants when such problems as the botanical analysis of weeds are presented.

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