The development of biological systematics : Antoine-Laurent de Jussieu, nature, and the natural system / Peter F. Stevens Stevens, Peter F. (Peter Francis), 1944-

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Stevens, Peter F. (Peter Francis), 1944-
Subjects
Jussieu, Antoine Laurent de, 1748-1836.; Plants - Classification - History.; Taxonomy - History
Contents
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Lamarck on Continuity and Classifications
  • 3. The Natural Method of Antoine-Laurent de Jussieu
  • 4. Jussieu and the Next Generation: Breaking with Continuity?
  • 5. Detection of the Natural Order: Growing Confusion
  • 6. Types, Groups, and Relationships
  • 7. Continuity and Classification
  • 8. On Understanding Nature
  • 9. Natural History and the Status of Systematics in the Nineteenth Century
  • 10. Stability of Classifications and Its Causes
  • 11. Revolution and Change?
  • Appendix 1.Translations of Jussieu's Early Works
  • Appendix 2. Candolle, Jussieu, and the Theorie elementaire.
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