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Plant Fertilisation

Nature volume 13, page 427 | Download Citation

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SOME short time since I observed a rather curious case of plant fertilisation through the medium of insect, and thinking—as the subject is one which is attracting much attention from botanists at present—it might be interesting to some of your readers (more especially perhaps as occurring in this remote part of the world), I take the liberty of forwarding you the particulars in the hope that you can find a corner for them in your valuable journal.

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  1. Durban, Natal, South Africa, Jan. 25

    • M. S. EVANS

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https://doi.org/10.1038/013427c0

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