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Remarks on the system of the Spermatophytes

@inproceedings{Pulle1938RemarksOT,
  title={Remarks on the system of the Spermatophytes},
  author={August Adriaan Pulle},
  year={1938}
}
For the group of plants treated in the “Compendium” I have used the name Spermatophyta. WETTSTEIN in his “Handbuch” remarks that this name is incorrect because in botany the word “sperma” is used for spermatozoids, and from the name Spermatophyta it might be concluded that by it “plants with spermatozoids” were meant. WETTSTEIN’s objection is not to be taken seriously however. Nobody will ever think of translating the name Gymnospermae by “plants with naked spermatozoids”! I did not like to use… 
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