2 edition of Algarum fasciculi found in the catalog.
John Cocks, 1787-1861, was an M.D. in Devonport. Many of the specimens are from Devon and Cornwall.
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John Cocks (–) was a British phycologist. He was the first to discover the red algae Stenogramme interrupta, on 21 Oct The standard author abbreviation Cocks is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name. References This Authority control: Botanist: Cocks, ISNI:.
Species algarum: rite cognitae: cum synonymis, differentiis specificis et descriptionibus succinctis by C. A Agardh (Book) 37 editions published between and in 4 languages and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Mrs Margaret Gatty took up beachcombing, especially collecting and identifying seaweeds, in middle age and improved her expertise through correspondence with some of the most prominent scientists of the day. In particular, she formed an important relationship with William Henry Harvey, which was of benefit to them both.
Mrs Gatty's major publication, British sea-weeds, demonstrates her powers Cited by: 1. This page was last edited on 18 Februaryat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may Agardh Icones algarum ineditæ: fasciculi qui exstant duo, by C.
Agardh (page images at HathiTrust) The nature-printed British sea-weeds:: a history, accompanied by figures and dissections of the algæ of the British Isles. /, by William Grosart Johnstone, Henry Bradbury, and Alexander Croall (page images at. Iraq The Book of Theriac (Kitāb al-Diryāq) (Anonymous author) Danzig Prodromi fasciculi rariorum plantarum primus et secundus Johann Philipp Breyne St.
Petersburg Illustrationes algarum in itinere c. orbem jussu Imperatoris Nicolai I Alexander Philipov Postels (–). In Systema Algarum Agardh included certain species of Conferva, of Lyngbye, Dillwyn and others, and limited his Algarum fasciculi book to frustules more or less globose (fila articulata ad genicula constricta), although in his Conspectus Criticus (p.
64), he modifies the description (fila teretia articulata, articulis diametro æqualibus vel longioribus) to. This book was composed when the writer was a Professor of Latin, as part of a larger scheme.
Littus externum, propius undas, algarum erat ferax; internum, ultra summos aestūs, aliâ quâdam algâ et cactis aliisque spinosis fruticibus opplebatur. adeo locos. Sinistrâ fasciculum jactans, ad ludum allicio.
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BoiLEAU (D.) on Lond. the Nature and Genius of German. COCKS, J. - Algarum fasciculi, a collection of British sea-weeds, carefully dried and preserved, and correctly named after Dr. Harvey's "Phycologia Britanica;" with a description of each plant, time of appearance, locality, etc. Species genera et ordines algarum, seu Descriptiones succinctae specierum, generum et ordinum, quibus algarum regnum constitutur.
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