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" It is an astonishing fact that self-fertilisation should not have been an habitual occurrence. It apparently demonstrates to us that there must be something injurious in the process. Nature thus tells us, in the most emphatic manner, that she abhors perpetual... "
The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London - Seite 291
1862
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On the Various Contrivances by which British and Foreign Orchids are ...

Charles Darwin - 1862 - 365 Seiten
...incomparably safer process than the transportal of the pollen from flower to flower. It is an astonishing fact that self-fertilisation should not have been an habitual...manner, that she abhors perpetual self-fertilisation. This conclusion seems to be of high importance, and perhaps justifies the lengthy details given in...
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The British Quarterly Review, Band 36

Robert Vaughan - 1862
...transportal of ' the pollen from flower to flower. It is an astonishing fact that ' self-fertilization should not have been an habitual occurrence. It '...apparently demonstrates to us that there must be something inju' rious in the process. Nature tells us, in the most emphatic manner, * that she abhors perpetual...
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The Living Age ..., Band 78

1863
...transportal of the pollen from flower to flower. It is an astonishing fact that self-fertalization should not have been an habitual occurrence. It apparently...the most emphatic manner, that she abhors perpetual self-fertilization. This conclusion seems to be of high importance, and perhaps justifies the lengthy...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1863
...transportal of the pollen from flower to flower. It is an astonishing fact that self-fertilization should not have been an habitual occurrence. It apparently...injurious in the process. Nature thus tells us, in the 25* most emphatic manner, that she abhors perpetual self-fertilizaúion. This conclusion seems to be...
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Annales des sciences naturelles: Botanique et biologie végétale

1864
...des cas extrêmes dans lesquels la fécondation propre est généralement impossible, dit : « Nature tells us, in the most » emphatic manner, that she abhors perpetual self-fertilisation » (On the various contriv. by which Orchids are fertilized, etc., p. 359), la nature elle-même, et...
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Essays on Physiological Subjects

Gilbert William Child - 1868 - 142 Seiten
...transpo1tal of the pollen from flower to flower. It is an astonishing fact that self-fertilization should not have been an habitual occurrence. It apparently...the most emphatic manner, that she abhors perpetual self-fertilization. This conclusion seems to be of high importance, and perhaps justifies the lengthy...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1863
...transportal of the pollen from flower to flower. It is an astonishing fact that self-fertilization should not have been an habitual occurrence. It apparently...injurious in the process. Nature thus tells us, in the 25* most emphatic manner, that she abhors perpetual self-fertilizaaon. This conclusion seems to be...
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Over de methoden ter bepaling van de dichtheid van dampen

Hoite Rienks van der Ley - 1871 - 113 Seiten
...evenredig aan het vierkant van den afstand. XIX. De waarheid van de uitspraak van Darwin : »Nature tells us in the most emphatic manner, that she abhors perpetual self-fertilisation ," is ook voor het plantenrijk bewezen. XX. Spiegelijzer is eene verbinding van koolstof met ijzer....
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The Marriage of Near Kin: Considered with Respect to the Laws of Nations ...

Alfred Henry Huth - 1875 - 359 Seiten
...fact that self-fertilization should not have been an habitual occurrence. It apparently demonstrates that there must be something injurious in the process....the most emphatic manner, that she abhors perpetual self-fertilization." a The reason that these orchids habitually cross by means of insects cannot be...
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The Various Contrivances by which Orchids are Fertilised by Insects

Charles Darwin - 1877 - 300 Seiten
...of which fact I have elsewhere given direct proof. It is hardly an exaggeration to say that Nature tells us, in the most emphatic manner, that she abhors perpetual self-fertilisation. INDEX. by ACE HAS. Aceras anthropophora, 26 ; pollentubes, 258 - longibracteata, 26 - , monstrous flowers,...
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