Author:Johann Heinrich Friedrich Link

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Johann Heinrich Friedrich Link
(1767–1851)
German naturalist
Johann Heinrich Friedrich Link

Works[edit]

  • Grundlehren der Anatomie und Physiologie der Pflanzen (Göttingen. 1807) "Fundamental principles of the anatomy and physiology of plants."
  • Nachträge zu den Grundlehren der Anatomie und Physiologie der Pflanzen (Göttingen. 1809) "Supplement to the fundamental principles of the anatomy and physiology of plants."
  • Flore portugaise (Berlin. 1809-1840) "Portuguese Flora," published with Count von Hoffmansegg
  • Die Urwelt und das Altertum, erläutert durch die Naturkunde (Berlin 1820-1822, 2nd ed. 1834) "Prehistoric times and antiquity, explained by natural history."
  • Icones plantarum selectarum horti regii botanici Berolinensis (Berlin 1820-28) "Illustrations of selected plants in Berlin botanic garden," published with Friedrich Otto.
  • Icones plantarum rariorum horti regii botanici Berolinensis (Berlin 1828-31) "Illustrations of rare plants in the Berlin botanic garden," published with Christoph Friedrich Otto and finished by the Friedrich Klotzsch, 1841-1844, curator at the Botanical Museum.
  • Elementa philosophiae botanicae (Berlin 1824; 2nd ed., in Latin and German 1837).
  • Anatomisch-botanische Abbildungen zur Erläuterung der Grundlehren der Kräuterkunde (Berlin 1837-42) "Anatomical-botanical illustrations explaining the basic teachings for herbalists."
  • Ausgewählte anatomisch-botanische Abbildungen (Berlin 1839-42) "Selected anatomical botanical illustrations"
  • Filicum species in horto regio Berolinensi cultae (Berlin 1841) "Fern species in the Berlin botanical garden"
  • Das Altertum und der Übergang zur neuern Zeit (Berlin 1842) "Antiquity and the transition to modern times"
  • Anatomie der Pflanzen in Abbildungen (Berlin. 1843-47) "Illustrated anatomy of plants"
  • Travels in Portugal: and through France and Spain. With a dissertation on the Literature of Portugal and the Spanish and Portugueze Languages translated from German by John Hinckley. (1801)


Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.