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5. Further Development of the Sexual Theory by J. G. Koelreuter and Konrad Sprengel, 1761-1793

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6. New opponents of Sexuality and their refutation by Experiments, 1785-1849

422

7. Microscopic Investigation into the Processes of Fertilisation in the Phanerogams, the Pollen-Tube and Eggs, 1830-1850

431

8. Discovery of Sexuality in the Cryptogams, 1837-1860

436
 
CHAPTER II.

History of the Theory of Nutrition of Plants, 1583-1860

445

1. Cesalpino, 1583

450

2. First Inductive Experiments and Opening of New Points of View in the History of the Theory of the Nutrition of Plants, to 1730

453

3. Fruitless Attempts to Explain the Movement of the Sap in Plants, 1730-1780

482

4. The Modern Theory of Nutrition Founded by Ingen-Houss and Theodore de Saussure, 1779-1804

491

5. Vital Force. Respiration and Heat of Plants. Endosmose, 1804-1840

504

6. Settlement of the Question of Food-Material of Plants, 1840-1860

524
 
CHAPTER III.

History of Phytodynamics

535

From end of 17th century to about 1860

535
 
Index 565