Memorandum des Travaux de Botanique et de Physiologie végétale qui ont été publiés par l'Académie Royale de Belgique pendant le premier siècle de son existence, 1772–1871

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    THOUGH Belgium has not produced any botanical star of the first magnitude, yet a large amount of excellent work has been done in the little kingdom, especially during the period of its independent existence, since 1830, as shown by the labours of Decaisne in the flora of Japan, and of Galeotti in that of Mexico, of Jean Kickx in cryptogamic botany, of Charles Morren in teratology and general morphology, and of Quetelet in the periodic phenomena of vegetation. M. E. Morren's short abstract of the service done by his countrymen in each department of botany, with a list of the dates of publication of the various memoirs, is a useful contribution to the history of the science.

    Memorandum des Travaux de Botanique et de Physiologie végétale qui ont été publiés par l'Académie Royale de Belgique pendant le premier siècle de son existence, 1772–1871.

    Rapport Séculaire per E. Morren. (Bruxelles: Hayez, 1872.)

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    Memorandum des Travaux de Botanique et de Physiologie végétale qui ont été publiés par l'Académie Royale de Belgique pendant le premier siècle de son existence, 1772–1871. Nature 7, 320 (1873) doi:10.1038/007320b0

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