The anatomy of plants
- Grew, Nehemiah, 1641-1712.
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London : Printed by W. Rawlins for the author, 1682.
21 unnumbered pages, 24 pages, 10 unnumbered pages, 304 (i.e. 300), 19 unnumbered pages, 83 engr. plates ; (folio)
Numbers 213-216 omitted in paging
"An idea of a philosophical history of plants ", each book of "The anatomy of plants " and "Several lectures " have each special t.p
Henrey, B. Brit. botanical lit., I, no. 162
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An idea of a philosophical history of plants. 2d ed.-The anatomy of plants: Book 1: General account of vegetation. 2d ed. Book 2: The anatomy of roots. 2d ed. Book 3: The anatomy of trunks. 2d ed. Book 4: The anatomy of leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds.- Several lectures: 1. Of the nature, causes, and power of mixture. 2d ed. 2. Of the luctation arising upon the mixture of several menstruum's with all sorts of bodies. 2d ed. 3. An essay, of the various proportions, wherein lixivial salts are found in plants. 4. Of the essential and marine salts of plants. 5. Of the colours of plants. 6. Of the diversities and causes of tasts; chiefly in plants. 7. Experiments in consort, upon the solution of salts in water.