*M. Treub, Sur les Casuarinées et leur place dans le Système Naturel, Ann. du Jard. Rot. de Buitenzorg, x. pp. 145–231.
XI. Contributions to the Embryology of the Amentiferæ.—Part I.
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Transactions of the Linnean Society of London. 2nd Series: Botany
Volume 3, Issue 10, pages 409–424, November 1893
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Benson, M. (1893), XI. Contributions to the Embryology of the Amentiferæ.—Part I. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London. 2nd Series: Botany, 3: 409–424. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8339.1894.tb00624.x
*Ann. du Jard. Bot. de Buitenzorg, x.
*“Zur Embryobildung der Birke,” by S. Nawaschin, in Bull. Acad. Imp. Sci. St. Pétersb. sér. iii. xxxv. no. 3. In this paper Mr. Nawaschin records his discovery of the true course of the pollen-tube in Betula.
*‘Botanische Zeitung,’ 1854: Schacht, “Beiträge zur Anatomio” &c. The “racemose body of cells” of the The quotation refers probably to a group of three or four embryo-scas which lie near the apex of the nucellus.
The “tabular cell cut off above” I think very likely not a pollen-tube, but one of the long tapetal cells so frequently found in this region, and often strikingly suggestive of bits of old pollen-tubes. On the whole I cannot accept Schacht's statement as evidence for the presence of a pollen-tube in this position.
†Pringsheim's Jahrbuch,‘ 1858: Hofmeister, “Embryobildung der Phanerogamen.”
*Treub, loc. cit.
*Possibly a vascular strand connecting the chalaza with the sporogenous tissue.
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