The Evolution of the Hepaticæ. Vice-Presidential Address before Section G, A. A. A. S.

@article{UnderwoodTheEO,
  title={The Evolution of the Hepatic{\ae}. Vice-Presidential Address before Section G, A. A. A. S.},
  author={Lucien Marcus Underwood},
  journal={Botanical Gazette},
  volume={19},
  pages={347 - 361}
}
There is, perhaps, a natural tendency among specialists to magnify the importance of the particular subject or group of life forms in which they happen to be specially interested. The horticultural botanist, dreaming of the time when the world will be reorganized through the products of his art, is prone to see nothing beyond utility and ornament in plants, and it becomes a part of his nature to see some useful character in forms of vegetation which to others are devoid of either beauty or… 
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