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" In speculating upon the conditions under which the forests of Lepidodendron flourished, it is most important to observe whatever is peculiar in those organs by which the plants were connected with the physical conditions around them. Geologists have too... "
Journal of Botany, British and Foreign - Page 309
1866
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 4

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1867
...their tissues to that of certain Cycadeee and Cactacew. Mr. Carruthera warns geologists against taking for granted " that the known conditions of the living...true also of the fossil members of the same genus ; " and he cites the case of Elephaa primigenius in illustration. This warning, coming from a botanist...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science, Volume 4

Science - 1867
...their tissues to that of certain Gycadese and Cadaccie. Mr. Carrnthers warns geologists against taking for granted " that the known conditions of the living...true also of the fossil members of the same genus ; " and he cites the case of Elephas primigenius in illustration. This warning, coming from a botanist...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volume 18

Industrial arts - 1868
...arrangement of their tissues as in certain Cactaceie and Cycadece. He cautions geologists not to take it for granted that the known conditions of the living...true also of the fossil members of the same genus, citing the case of Elephas primigcnius in illustration. This may well cause suspicion of the numerous...
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Observations on the Structure of Fossil Plants Found in the Carboniferous Strata

Edward William Binney - Paleobotany - 1875 - 147 pages
...proceeds, " In speculating upon the conditions under which the forests of Lepidodendron flourished, it is most important to observe whatever is peculiar...the past. For example, the systematic position of the Elephas primigenius having been clearly established, the inference was thought legitimate that,...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh, Volume 8

Botanical Society of Edinburgh - Botany - 1866
...of the stem. In speculating upon the conditions under which the forests of Lepidodendron flourished, it is most important to observe whatever is peculiar...past. For example, the systematic position of Elephas pm'migenius having been clearly established, the inference was thought legitimate that, as the modern...
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