Nature, Volume 9

Sir Norman Lockyer
Macmillan Journals Limited, 1874

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Página 300 - The Treasury of Botany, or Popular Dictionary of the Vegetable Kingdom ; with which is incorporated a Glossary of Botanical Terms.
Página 152 - WHERE THERE'S A WILL THERE'S A WAY; or, Science in the Cottage ; being Memoirs of Naturalists in Humble Life.
Página 323 - It may be said that the fact makes a stronger impression on the boy through the medium of his sight, that he believes it the more confidently. I say that this ought not to be the case. If he does not believe the statements of his tutor — probably a clergyman of mature knowledge, recognised ability, and blameless character — his suspicion is irrational, and manifests a want of the power of appreciating evidence, a want fatal to his success in that branch of science which he is supposed to be cultivating.
Página 250 - A MANUAL OF BOTANY. Anatomical and Physiological. For the Use of Students. By Robert Brown, MA, Ph.D., FRGS, Lecturer on Botany under the Science and Art Department of the Committee of the Privy Council on Education.
Página 197 - ... parts by weight of dry mineral matter, or one part by weight of dry organic matter in 100,000 parts by weight of the liquid.
Página 62 - ... curve. Such is, on the whole, the most probable representation of the earth's present temperature, at depths of from 100 feet, where the annual variations cease to be sensible, to 100 miles ; below which the whole mass, or all, except a nucleus cool from the beginning, is (whether liquid or solid) probably at, or very nearly at, the proper melting temperature for the pressure at each depth.

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