Solly Zuckerman

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vented him from establishing the 'new science' as a viable tradition in Cambridge" (p. 72). This is, I think, an unjustifiable view of the history of botany. In choosing to discuss the development of whole-plant science, Walters has impoverished his subject the shaping of Cambridge botany so that the title of his book is a misnomer. Walters describes(More)
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