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" In the case of the mistletoe, which draws its nourishment from certain trees, which has seeds that must be transported by certain birds, and which has flowers with separate sexes absolutely requiring the agency of certain insects to bring pollen from... "
Edinburgh Review, Or, Critical Journal - Página 504
1860
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The Living Age ..., Volumen66

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1860
...misseltoe, which draws its nourishment from certain trees, which has seeds that must be transponed by certain birds, and which has flowers with separate...to bring pollen from one flower to the other; it is equallv preposterous to account for the structure of tfiis parasite, with its relations to several...
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, Volumen5

1860
...which has seeds tli.it mint be transported by certain birds, and which has flowers with separate scxea absolutely requiring the agency of certain insects to bring pollen from one flower to the other;it is equally preposterous to account for the structure of this parasite, with ita relations...
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On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation ...

Charles Darwin - 1875 - 458 páginas
...tongue, so admirably adapted to cateh insects under the bark of trees. In the case of the mistletoe, which draws its nourishment from certain trees, which...insects to bring pollen from one flower to the other, it if equally preposterous to account for the structure of this parasite, with its relations to several...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volumen14

Arthur Cayley Headlam (Bishop of Gloucester) - 1882
...words from Dr. Carpenter's Principles of Comparative Physiology, pp. 5, 6 (4th edition, 1854), to show seeds that must be transported by certain birds, and...insects to bring pollen from one flower to the other. — The Origin of Species, p. 2. VOL. XIV. — NO. XXVIII. AA that this identity which Professor Owen...
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The Church quarterly review. [With] Index, Volumen14

1882
...words from Dr. Carpenter's Principles of Comparative Physiology, pp. 5, 6 (4th edition, 1854), to show seeds that must be transported by certain birds, and...insects to bring pollen from one flower to the other. — The Origin of Species, p. 2. VOL. XIV. — NO. XXV1I1. AA that this identity which Professor Owen...
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The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection: Or, The Preservation of ...

Charles Darwin - 1882 - 458 páginas
...tongue, so admirably adapted to catch insects under the bark of trees. In the case of the mistletoe, which draws its nourishment from certain trees, which...must be transported by certain birds, and which has Dowers with separate sexes absolutely requiring the agency of certain insects to bring pollen from...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen255

1883
...plant-life, may be gathered from his own words. " In the case of the mistletoe," says Mr. Darwin, " which draws its nourishment from certain trees, which...certain insects to bring pollen from one flower to another, it is equally preposterous to account for the structure of this parasite, with its relations...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen255

1883
...case of the mistletoe," says Mr. Darwin, " which draws its nourishment from certain trees, which bas seeds that must be transported by certain birds, and...certain insects to bring pollen from one flower to another, it is equally preposterous to account for the structure of this parasite, with its relations...
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Studies in Life and Sense

Andrew Wilson - 1887 - 354 páginas
...of plant-life, may be gathered from his own words. " In the case of the mistletoe," says Mr. Darwin, "which draws its nourishment from certain trees, which...certain insects to bring pollen from one flower to another, it is equally preposterous to account for the structure of this parasite, with its relations...
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The Origin of Species

Charles Darwin - 1909 - 552 páginas
...tongue, so admirably adapted to catch insects under the bark of trees. In the case of the mistletoe, which draws its nourishment from certain trees, which...equally preposterous to > \ account for the structure of \ several distinct organic beings, tions, or of habit, or of the volh\ It is, therefore, of the highest...
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