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An account of the Morisonian herbarium in the possession of the University of Oxford

together with biographical and critical sketches of Morison and the two Bobarts and their works and the early history of the Physic garden, 1619-1720

by Sydney Howard Vines

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Published by Clarendon press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bobart, Jacob, -- 1599-1680,
  • Bobart, Jacob, -- 1641-1719,
  • Morison, Robert, -- 1620-1683,
  • Morisonian Herbarium

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby S. H. Vines and G. Claridge Druce.
    ContributionsDruce, George Claridge, 1850-1932.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxviii, 350 p.
    Number of Pages350
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14186472M
    LC Control Number14001049

    The goal of the US Virtual Herbarium (USVH) project is to digitize (database, image, georeference) all specimens in all US herbaria, enabling them to be made available through a single portal. Herbaria house specimens of plants, fungi, and algae, so USVH will offer a rich portrait of biodiversity in the US and in the other countries represented in US herbaria. papers. With Prof. S. H. Vines he published accounts of the Dillenian Herbarium (Oxford, ) and of the Morisonian Herbarium (Oxford, I), both based on collections in the possession of the University of Oxford. Many honours were awarded to Druce, of which the degrees conferred on him by the Universities of Oxford and St. Andrew's and.

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    A voucher herbarium specimen is a pressed plant sample deposited for future reference. It supports research work and may be examined to verify the identity of the specific plant used in a study. A voucher specimen must be deposited in a recognized herbarium committed to long-term maintenance. More information on herbaria may be found in our web document "Herbaria and Herbarium Specimens.". Herbarium • “ A collection of dried plants systematically arranged; a hortus siccus. Also, a book or case contrived for keeping such a collection; the room or building in which it is kept.” –Oxford English Dictionary • Plant: “A living organism other than an animal, able to subsist wholly.


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An Account Of The Morisonian Herbarium In The Possession Of The University Of Oxford. Author by: Sydney Howard Vines Language: en Publisher by: This is a collection of scanned fresh plant herbaria images combined with scanned images of the seeds in a bound book form that can be used to help people correctly identify and confirm prairie.

adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. An account of the Morisonian herbarium in the possession of the University of Oxford: together with biographical and critical sketches of Morison and the two Bobarts and their works and the early history of the Physic garden, The adventive flora of Tweedside.

Bobart the Elder’s herbarium is a single, leather-bound, elephant-folio book herbarium of c.2, specimens, arranged alphabetically by polynomial name. This collection was re-acquired by the university in the early s: see S. Savage, ‘A book herbarium made by Jacob Bobart ’, Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London ( The book isn't online, but there's a section on the Bobarts in An account of the Morisonian herbarium in the possession of the University of Oxford, together with biographical and critical sketches of Morison and the two Bobarts and their works and the early history of the Physic garden, () (Internet Archive cu).

He is likely to have walked past this stone many times on his visits to Professor Vines at his house in Pullen's Lane (The Vineyard) when collaborating with him on An account of the Morisonian Herbarium in the possession of the University of Oxford together with biographical and critical sketches of Morison and the two Bobarts and their works.

An account of the Morisonian Herbarium in the possession of the University of Oxford together with biographical and critical sketches of Morison and the two Bobarts and their works and the early history of the Physic Garden Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Hayward, Ida Margaret; — (). The adventive flora of Tweedside. Arbroath: Buncle. An Account of the Morisonian Herbarium in the Possession of the University of Oxford, Together with Biographical and Critical Sketches of Morison and the Two Bobarts and Their Works and the Early History of the Physic Garden, George Claridge Druce, MA, LLD, JP, FRS, FLS (23 May – 29 February ) was an English botanist and a Mayor of Oxford.

Claridge Druce was born at Potterspury on Watling Street in Northamptonshire. He was the illegitimate son of Jane Druce, born in Buckinghamshire. He went to school in the village of Yardley Gobion. An account of the Morisonian herbarium in the possession of the University of Oxford: together with biographical and critical sketches of Morison and the two Bobarts and their works and the early history of the Physic garden, / by S.

Vi Vines, Sydney Howard, [ Book: ]. This collection was unknown to previous commentators on the Oxford herbaria (e.g. Clokie, ) since it only came into the possession of Oxford University in early s with its transfer from the library of Bedford Infirmary Medical Library (Savage,Dony,pp.

15–16). On the pastedown of the inside back cover is a note stating. An Account of the Morisonian Herbarium in the possession of the University of Oxford, together with biographical sketches of Morison.

Moseley, Henry Nottidge. Notes by a Naturalist on the Challenger. An account of the Morisonian herbarium in the possession of the University of Oxford: together with biographical and critical sketches of Morison and the two Bobarts and their works and the early history of the Physic garden, / by S.

An Account of the Herbaria of the Department of Botany in University of Oxford. Oxford University Press, London. Cronquist, A. The relevance of the national herbaria to modern taxonomic research in the United States.

In: Modern Methods in Plant Taxonomy. Heywood (ed.). Botanical Society of British Isles and Linnean Society. Academic. Order book [i. minute book] of the committee of the Physic (later Bot-anic) Garden, 69 leaves. 2 -4 2 3 4 ; Accounts of t he Physic (later Botanic) Garden i + 94 leaves ii + 30 leaves i + lZ8 leaves 5 ; Reports, letters and papers relating to buildings and improve­ ments, 18thth centuries.

S.H. Vines and G.C. Druce, "Robert Morison," part of the "Introduction" to An Account of the Morisonian Herbarium in the Possession of the University of Oxford, (Oxford, ), pp. xxiv-lii. Compiled by: Richard S.

Westfall Department of History and Philosophy of Science Indiana University. Like plant specimens found in a herbarium or pressed between the pages of a book, dried specimens of myxomycetes can maintain the structures necessary for identification. In the case of myxomycetes, the substrate—the leaf or piece of wood to which the fruiting body is attached—can be glued using simple white glue to a strip of card-stock paper.72 is still preserved at the Instituto Botanico of the University of Aldrovandi, who succeeded Ghini as Professor of Botany at Bologna and who taught a number of the most prominent botanists of the next generation, attempted to form an herbarium that was world-wide in 4, specimens of this collection are preserved at the Instituto Orto Botanico in Bologna.University Products is the leading supplier of materials for conservation, restoration, preservation, exhibition, and archival storage.

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