Author:Asa Gray

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Asa Gray
(1810–1888)
Fisher Professor of Natural History at Harvard University; important American botanist of the 19th century. Instrumental in unifying the taxonomic knowledge of the plants of North America. Gray's Manual has gone through a number of editions with botanical illustrations by Isaac Sprague, and remains a standard in the field
Asa Gray

Works[edit]

  • A Natural System of Botany (1837) (External scan)
  • Conversations on gardening: with incidental notes on natural history (1838) (External scan)
  • A Flora of North America I & II. (1838–1843) with John Torrey
  • Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States, from New England to Wisconsin and South to Ohio and Pennsylvania Inclusive (1848) with William Starling Sullivant (External scan)
  • Genera florae Americae boreali-orientalis illustrata. The genera of the plants of the United States illustrated by figures and analyses from nature with Isaac Sprague (1848) vol 1, vol 2
  • Plantæ Wrightianæ Texano–Neo-Mexicanæ: An Account of a Collection of Plants made by Charles Wright, A. M. in an Expedition from Texas to New Mexico in the summer and autumn of 1849 1&2 (1852) with Charles Wright
  • First Lessons in Botany and Vegetable Physiology (1857) (External scan)
  • How Plants Grow: A Simple Introduction to Structural Botany (1858) (External scan)
  • Natural selection not inconsistent with natural theology (1861) (External scan)
  • Introduction to Structural and Systematic Botany and Vegetable Physiology (1862) (External scan)
  • How Plants Behave (1872)
  • Gray's lessons in botany and vegetable physiology (1873) (External scan)
(revised) The elements of botany for beginners and for schools (1887) (External scan)

Articles in Popular Science Monthly[edit]

Works about Gray[edit]


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