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top-margin annotation not in Darwin's handin brown ink A Monsieur Ch. D[damaged: ripped] Témoinage d'Estime, l'auteur Ch. Naudin

bottom-margin in brown ink Nouvelles Archives du ‹Musm› Muséum
     Tom I . p 25 .
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lines 9—4 annotation First generation flowers of both colour & panachee

[continuation] 1 underline "bandes ... pourpres"
lines 2—3 underline "quelquefois ... couleurs"

lines 1—14 score
line 3 underline "deux"
line 7 underline "un cependant"
line 10 underline "dix-sept fleurs"
line 13 underline "un ... maturité"
lines 10—18 annotation given in full in Chapt 27 on Pangenesis

lines 10—1 double score
lines 9—6 annotation Pangenesis
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top-marginline 8 annotation ? yet most distinct species

line 15 underline "fleurs ... fertiles"
annotation !!

lines 9—2 double score
lines 8—3 annotation action of pollen good — like Hildebrand's facts

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line 13 underline "influence ... annihilée"

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lines 8—7 annotation like my Sweet pea— case
     Ch. X

lines 6—2 underline "trois ... productrices"
line 5 underline in blue crayon "beaucoup de fruits"
line 1 underline in blue crayon "par moitiés"
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[continuation] 1—3 score
line 1 underline in blue crayon "qu'un quart"
line 2 annotation laevis
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line 9 underline "hybridité disjointe"

lines 1—6 annotation He does not say th seed was separated, only other capsules produced th two forms

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lines 15—4 annotation Sweet Pea
     Polyanthus & Cowslip one of grandchildren returned to pure Cowslip.— !!!!t01
t01 - `Polyanthus & ... !!!!' vertically crossed

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line 8bottom-margin annotation He admits that L vulgaris grew near !! & yet advances the case as one of Reversion—
     He never counts seeds! { Seeds were forgotten «& other neglegences» & never apparently protected from inscts
     Careless experiments in every way.—

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lines 7—3 annotation colours not blended

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line 5 underline "pas ... embryonée"

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line 13 underline "la ... année"
lines 13—14 annotation crossed with common none were peloric

lines 11—8 double score
line 9 underline "cinq ... égaux"
lines 8—7 double score
lines 8—7 underline "alors ... présence"

lines 14—15 underline "l'hybridité ... ovules"
lines 14—15 annotation confirmed

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line 10 underline "un ... ovaire"

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lines 6—4 underline "car ... vertu"

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lines 6—7 underline "une ... génération"

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lines 9—7 annotation Reciprocal Hybrids like each other

line 6 underline "intermédiaires"
line 7 underline "immense majorité des"
lines 8—9 underline "intermédiaires ... espèces"
line 18 underline "c'est ... tort"
line 19 underline "au ... père"

lines 12—14 underline "dont ... espèce"
lines 11—12 annotation prepotent species

lines 6—4 underline "la ... hybrides"

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line 8bottom-margin annotation If so this pollen of a hybrid placed on ‹a third› one of parents or on third species wd give widely differnt results frm Hybrid fertilised by th same.—

line 1 underline in brown ink "deux essences"
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lines 10—16 underline "L'hybride ... Adami"
lines 10—11 annotation Pangenesis
from End Slip annotation in brown ink p. 151— Pangenesis— good on Hybrids being a living ‹mosacc›t01 «mosaic»t02 of 2 species & on specific essence «of each» ( this is vague term ) beng acumulated & self-[?]attenuated either in ovules or pollen—
t01 - deleted in pencil
t02 - `mosaic' in pencil
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line 4 annotation laevis close

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from End Slip annotation in brown ink 161    Definition of a species—

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from End Slip annotation in brown ink 161    Definition of a species—

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from End Slip annotation in brown ink 161    Definition of a species—