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The collected papers of Charles Darwin

Author: Charles Darwin; Paul H Barrett
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1980, ©1977.
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Genre/Form: Records and correspondence
Named Person: Charles Darwin; Charles Darwin; Charles Darwin
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Darwin; Paul H Barrett
ISBN: 0226136582 9780226136585
OCLC Number: 5677129
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 2 volumes in 1 ; 23 cm
Contents: v. 1. Extracts from Letters Addressed to Professor Henslow --
Geological Notes Made during a Survey of the East and West Coasts of South America, in the Years 1832, 1833, 1834, and 1835, with an Account of a Transverse Section of the Cordilleras of the Andes between Valparaiso and Mendoza --
A Letter, Containing Remarks on the Moral State of Tahiti, New Zealand, &c. --
Notes upon the Rhea Americana --
Remarks upon the Habits of the Genera Geospiza, Camarhynchus, Cactornis, and Certhidea of Gould --
Observations of Proofs of Recent Elevation on the Coast of Chili, Made during the Survey of His Majesty's Ship Beagle, Commanded by Capt. FitzRoy, R.N. --
A Sketch of the Deposits Containing Extinct Mammalia in the Neighbourhood of the Plata --
On Certain Areas of Elevation and Subsidence in the Pacific and Indian Oceans, as Deduced from the Study of Coral Formations --
On the Formation of Mould --
On the Connexion of Certain Volcanic Phenomena in South America; and on the Formation of Mountain Chains and Volcanos, as the Effect of the Same Power by which Continents Are Elevated --
Observations on the Parallel Roads of Glen Roy, and of Other Parts of Lochaber in Scotland, with an Attempt to Prove that They Are of Marine Origin --
Note on a Rock Seen on an Iceberg in 61° South Latitude --
On a Remarkable Bar of Sandstone off Pernambuco, on the Coast of Brazil --
Humble-Bees --
On the Distribution of the Erratic Boulders and on the Contemporaneous Unstratified Deposits of South America --
Notes on the Effects Produced by the Ancient Glaciers of Caernarvonshire, and on the Boulders Transported by Floating Ice --
Remarks on the Preceding Paper, in a Letter from Charles Darwin, Esq., to Mr. Maclaren --
Double Flowers: Their Origin --
Observations on the Structure and Propagation of the Genus Sagitta --
Brief Descriptions of Several Terrestrial Planariae, and of Some Remarkable Marine Species, with an Account of Their Habits --
Extracts from Letters to the General Secretary, on the Analogy of the Structure of Some Volcanic Rocks with That of Glaciers. On the Origin of Mould --
Manures, and Steeping Seeds --
Variegated Leaves --
What Is the Action of Common Salt on Carbonate of Lime? --
An Account of the Fine Dust which Often Falls on Vessels in the Atlantic Ocean --
On the Geology of the Falkland Islands --
Origin of Saliferous Deposits: Salt-Lakes of Patagonia and La Plata --
Salt --
A Natural History of the Mammalia / G.R. Waterhouse [A Review] --
On the Transportal of Erratic Boulders from a Lower to a Higher Level --
Geology --
[Remarks on Cirripedia] --
On British Fossil Lepadidae --
Bucket Ropes for Wells --
On the Power of Icebergs to Make Rectilinear, Uniformly-Directed Grooves across a Submarine Undulatory Surface --
Does Sea-Water Kill Seeds? --
Nectar-Secreting Organs of Plants --
Shell Rain in the Isle of Wight --
Vitality of Seeds --
Effect of Salt-Water on the Germination of Seeds --
Longevity of Seeds --
Seedling Fruit Trees --
Cross Breeding --
On the Action of Sea-Water on the Germination of Seeds --
Hybrid Dianths --
Mouse-coloured Breed of Ponies --
The Subject of Deep Wells --
Bees and Fertilisation of Kidney Beans --
Productiveness of Foreign Seed. v. 2 On the Tendency of Species to Form Varieties; and on the Perpetuation of Varieties and Species by Natural Means of Selection --
On the Agency of Bees in the Fertilization of Papilionaceous Flowers, and on the Crossing of Kidney Beans --
Public National History Collections --
Cross-bred Plants --
Natural Selection --
Fertilisation of British Orchids by Insect Agency --
Do the Tineina or Other Small Moths Suck Flowers, and If So What Flowers? --
Note on the Achenia of Pumilio argyrolepis --
Fertilisation of British Orchids by Insect Agency --
Phenomena in the Cross-breeding of Plants --
Fertilisation of Vincas --
Fertilization of Orchids --
Vincas --
Cross-breeding in Plants: Fertilisation of Leschenaultia formosa --
Cause of the Variation of Flowers --
On the Two Forms, or Dimorphic Condition, in the Species of Primula, and on Their Remarkable Sexual Relations --
On the Three Remarkable Sexual Forms of Catasetum tridentatum, an Orchid in the Possession of the Linnean Society --
Peas --
Cross-breeds of Strawberries --
Variations Effected by Cultivation --
[Recollections of Professor Henslow] --
On the Thickness of the Pampean Formation, Near Buenos Ayres ---
Fertilisation of Orchids --
The Doctrine of Heterogeny and Modification of Species --
Origin of Species --
[Yellow Rain] --
Appearance of a Plant in a Singular Place --
Vermin and Traps --
On the So-called "Auditory-Sac" of Cirripedes --
[A Review of H.W. Bates' Paper on "Mimetic butterflies"] --
Ancient Gardening --
On the Existence of Two Forms, and on Their Reciprocal Sexual Relation, in Several Species of the Genus Linum --
On the Sexual Relations of the Three Forms of Lythrum salicaria --
Partial Change of Sex in Unisexual Flowers --
Self-fertilization --
Oxalis Bowei --
Cross-fertilising Papilionaceous Flowers --
[Note on the Common Broom] --
Fertilisation of Cypripediums --
[Inquiry about Proportional Number of Males and Females Born to Domestic Animals] --
Queries about Expression for Anthropological Inquiry --
Hedgehogs --
The Formation of Mould by Worms. Notes on the Fertilization of Orchids --
Origin of Species --
Pangenesis: Mr. Darwin's Reply to Professor Delpino --
The Fertilisation of Winter-Flowering Plants --
Note on the Habits of the Pampas Woodpecker (Colaptes campestris) --
Fertilisation of Leschenaultia --
Pangenesis --
A New View of Darwinism --
A Letter from Mr. Darwin --
Bree on Darwinism --
The Descent of Man --
Natural Selection --
Inherited Instinct --
Perception in the Lower Animals --
Origin of Certain Instincts --
Habits of Ants --
On the Males and Complemental Males of Certain Cirripedes, and on Rudimentary Structures --
Recent Researchers on Termites and Honey-Bees --
Fertilisation of the Fumariaceae --
Flowers of the Primrose Destroyed by Birds --
[A Communication on Irritability of Pinguicula] --
Cherry Blossoms --
Holly Berries --
The Scarcity of Holly Berries and Bees --
Fertilisation of Plants --
A Biographical Sketch of an Infant --
Testimonial to Mr. Darwin. Evolution in the Netherlands [Including a Letter from Charles Darwin] --
The Contractile Filaments of the Teasel --
Sexual Selection in Relation to Monkeys --
Fritz Muller on Flowers and Insects --
Growth under Difficulties --
Transplantation of Shells --
Prefatory Letter: Flowers and Their Unbidden Guests --
Fritz Muller on a Frog Having Eggs on Its Back: on the Abortion of the Hairs on the Legs of Certain Caddis-Flies, &c. --
Rats and Water-Casks --
Fertility of Hybrids from the Common and Chinese Goose --
The Sexual Colours of Certain Butterflies --
The Omori Shell Mounds --
Sir Wyville Thomson and Natural Selection --
Black Sheep --
Movements of Plants --
Mr. Darwin on Vivisection [A Letter to Frithiof Holmgren] --
Mr. Darwin on Vivisection --
The Movements of Leaves --
Inheritance --
Leaves Injured at Night by Free Rediation --
[A Letter to Mrs. Emily Talbot on the Mental and Bodily Development of Infants] --
[Extracts from Two Letters: On Glacial Drift] --
Mr. Charles Darwin and the Defence of Science --
The Parasitic Habits of Molothrus --
The Action of Carbonate of Ammonia on the Roots of Certain Plants --
The Action of Carbonate of Ammonia on Chlorophyll-Bodies --
On the Dispersal of Freshwater Bivalves --
A Preliminary Notice: "On the Modification of Race of Syrian Street-Dogs by Means of Sexual Selection" --
Prefatory Notice: Studies in the Theory of Descent.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: edited by Paul H. Barrett ; with a foreword by Theodosius Dobzhansky.

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