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Die Geschlechter-Vertheilung bei den Pflanzen
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Leipzig, Wilhelm Engelmann, 1867
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top-margin annotation Ch. Darwin
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lines 9—13 score
lines 11—15 annotation (a) Lower plants oftenest have separated sexes
top-margin annotation (a) It may be that lower plants have survived owig to havng this advantage of separated sexes.

lines 6—7 underline "mehr ... zwittrigen"
lines 6—7 annotation Doubtfully Thinks Hermaphrodite earliest state

lines 2—1 score in pale pencil

lines 12—9 score
line 11 underline "Mehrzahl"
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lines 1—4 score in dark pencil

line 12 underline "der Minderzahl"
lines 16—6 annotation more dichogams than non-dichogams !!

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bottom-margin annotation 2 divisions when anthers lie so close as to fertilise th stigma & when distant frm stigma:

figure annotation Viola tricolor
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line 12 annotation X
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lines 15—1 annotation Dst01 does not know that self-fertilise by movemnt of petals.
t01 - `Ds' cancelled

lines 12—16 score
lines 11—20 annotation Thinks flowers are hermaphrodite to favour crossing — [?]not to favour seeds.— like bulbs &c

lines 16—19 score
top-marginline 20 annotation adduces Snails — I think must have been primordially self-fertile

annotation in reddish-orange crayon p 37
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annotation (28 abortion of Ray floret of Compositae for [?]Dimorhic.)
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annotation p 20.. Digitalis not fertilised by pollen put on closed stigma
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