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An introduction to systematical and physiological botany
The Linnaean artificial system : constituting a simple and beautiful division of plants, according to their parts of fructification, into twenty-four classes, with their component orders and The Linnaean natural system : Being a simple arrangement of plants, according to some striking peculiarities in common to several, whereby they are regularly divided into fifty-eight orders or assemblages
By: Castle, Thomas,
In: An introduction to systematical and physiological botany
Page Range: 111-195
Publication info: London :E. Cox,1829.