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  • Darwin : botany.
  • Portrait of F. E. Weiss, professor of botany. Palaeobotany and biology of plants.
  • W.M. Woodville, Medical Botany, vol. 2
  • W.M. Woodville, Medical Botany, vol. 2
  • Illustration of ginseng from Bigelow "American Botany"
  • Anatomy and botany: left, human heart; right, Roman camomile flowers. Coloured engraving, 1834-1837.
  • Makers of British botany : a collection of biographies by living botanists / edited by F.W. Oliver.
  • Putti study the plants in a botanical garden; representing botany. Etching by B. Picart, 1729, after himself.
  • Medical botany : a course of lectures delivered at Sussex Hall, during 1850 / by A.I. Coffin.
  • Anatomy and botany; top, hyoid bone and vertebrae; left, vertebral column; right, gentian. Coloured engraving, 1834-1837.
  • Anatomy and botany: top, skull, jawbone, and muscles of head; bottom, hellebore plant. Coloured engraving, 1834-1837.
  • Herbals, their origin and evolution : a chapter in the history of botany, 1470-1670 / by Agnes Arber.
  • Herbals, their origin and evolution : a chapter in the history of botany, 1470-1670 / by Agnes Arber.
  • Three fairies in a garden looking at the plants; representing botany. Stipple engraving by J. Chapman after R. Corbould.
  • Anatomy and botany; left, half section of human thorax showing arteries and ribs; right, laurel Coloured engraving, 1834-1837.
  • Anatomy, medicine and botany; top to bottom, arteries of the stomach, sternum, tarantula, scorpion; bottom right, sassafras. Coloured engraving, 1834-1837.
  • Anatomy, medicine and botany; top, kidneys; centre left, bee; centre right, hornet; bottom, Mecca balsam (Commiphora opobalsamum). Coloured engraving, 1834-1837.
  • Aesculapius, representing medicine, receives homage from putti who bring him symbols of botany, natural history, chemistry and anatomy. Engraving by A. Nunzer, 1748.
  • Sixty years of botany in Britain (1875-1935) : impressions of an eyewitness / by F.O. Bower ; with frontispiece and 13 other illustrations.
  • Three episodes about Mr. Rapp, Mr. Jones and Mr. Manhug - medical students out on a botany field trip. Letterpress and wood engraving, 1842.
  • Anatomy, nursing and botany; top, arteries of the breast; bottom left, poppy; bottom right, man with bandaged head and arm. Coloured engraving, 1834-1837.
  • Illustrations of the botany and other branches of the natural history of the Himalayan mountains, and of the Flora of Cashmere / By J. Forbes Royle.
  • Two episodes about three medical students - Mr. Rapp, Mr. Manhug and Mr. Jones out on a botany field trip at Windsor. Letterpress and wood engraving.
  • Anatomy and botany; top left, dissected head and chest showing arteries; top right, larynx; bottom left, buckthorn plant; centre, surgical instruments; bottom right, electric ray fish. Coloured engraving, 1834-1837.
  • Anatomy and botany: top left, aorta; top right, chest artery; centre left, ligature of the subclavian artery; centre right, a leech; bottom left, musk deer; bottom right, rhubarb. Coloured engraving, 1834-1837.
  • Anatomy and botany; top left, dissected head and chest; top right, dissected thorax; centre left, forceps; centre right, man with tumours on his head; bottom left, belladona plant. Coloured engraving, 1834-1837.
  • Medical botany, containing systematic and general descriptions, with plates of all the medicinal plants, indigenous and exotic, comprehended on the catalogues of the materia medica ... with ... their medicinal effects ... / [William Woodville].
  • Medical botany, containing systematic and general descriptions, with plates of all the medicinal plants, indigenous and exotic, comprehended on the catalogues of the materia medica ... with ... their medicinal effects ... / [William Woodville].
  • Medical botany, containing systematic and general descriptions, with plates of all the medicinal plants, indigenous and exotic, comprehended on the catalogues of the materia medica ... with ... their medicinal effects ... / [William Woodville].
  • Medical botany, containing systematic and general descriptions, with plates of all the medicinal plants, indigenous and exotic, comprehended on the catalogues of the materia medica ... with ... their medicinal effects ... / [William Woodville].