Handbuch der systematischen Botanik

@article{HHandbuchDS,
  title={Handbuch der systematischen Botanik},
  author={W. B. H.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={87},
  pages={308-309}
}
THE first edition of this work appeared in 1901, and during the decade that has elapsed since, important advances have been made in the investigation of many groups in the vegetable kingdom, more especially in the Schizophyta and the Gymnospermæ. The first part comprises the Cryptogams and Gymnosperms, preceded by a general introduction of some fifty pages, in which the more recent discoveries and theories are discussed, explained, or mentioned. As the title indicates, the work is entirely… 
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