Institutes of botany; : containing accurate, compleat and easy descriptions of all the known genera of plants: translated from the Latin of the celebrated Charles von Linné, Professor of Medicine and Botany in the University of Upsal; First physician to the King of Sweden, Knight of the Polar Star, and member of the most learned societies in Europe. To which are prefixed, I. A view of the ancient and present state of botany. II. A Synopsis, exhibiting the essential or striking characters which serve to discriminate genera of the same class and order; as likewise the secondary characters of each genus, or those derived from the port, habit or general appearance of the plants which compose it.
Milne, Colin, 1743 or 1744-1815
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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"The second part commences at p.135, it has a separate title-page dated 1772. The work is incomplete, without the translation of the Genera plantarum, and the 'Synopsis' extends only to a portion of Tetrandria Monogynia." (Henrey).
ESTC, | T80796.
Henrey, | 1151.
Linné, Carl von,
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