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Bower, F. O.
Bower, Frederic O.
Bower, Frederick O.
Bower, Frederick Orpen
Bower, Frederick Orphen
Bower, Frederik Orpin
Frederick Orpen Bower (British botanist)
Frederick Orpen Bower (Brits botanicus (1855-1948))
Frederick Orpen Bower (englischer Botaniker)
Orpen Bower, Frederick
Orpin, Frederik Bower-
フレデリック・オーペン・バウワー (イギリスの植物学者)
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1855-1948
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Bond, George
Drummond, J.M.F.
Goebel, K. von
Huxley, Aldous (1894-1963)
Kerr, John Graham Sir, 1869-1957
Poulton, Edward Bagnall Sir, 1856-1943
Scott, D.H. (1854-1934)
Scott, Dukinfield Henry (1854-1934)
Verdoorn, Frans (1906-....))
Wallas, Graham (1858-1932)
Wardlaw, Claude Wilson (1910-))
Woodward, Arthur Smith (1864-1944)
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BBA. Dictionary of scientific biography
Blechnum and allied genera
Botany of the living plant. -
Comparative anatomy of the vegetative organs of the phanerogams and ferns;
course of practical instruction in botany;, A
Evolution in the light of modern knowledge : a collective work
ferns (Filicales), The : treated comparatively with a view to their natural classification
Ferns showing the "acrostichoid" condition, with special reference to dipterid derivates
fougères (filicales), Les
Huxley memorial lectures, 1925-1932.
Lectures on sex and heredity, delivered in Glasgow, 1917-18
Leptosporangiate ferns
Lophosoria, and its relation to the Cyatheoideae and other ferns
Manual of pteridology. -
On leaf-architecture as illuminated by a study of Pteridophyta
On Loxsoma and Loxsomopsis
On Metaxya and certain other relatively primitive ferns
origin of a land flora, a theory based upon the facts of alternation, The
Plagiogyria
Plant-life on land : considered in some of its biological aspects
Plants and man. -
Primitive land plants also known as the archegoniatae
Pteroideae
Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, 1817-1911 : an oration : delivered in the University of Glasgow on Commemoration Day, 25th June 1912
Sixty years of botany in Britain (1875-1935); impressions of an eyewitness
Size and form in plants, with special reference to the primary conducting tracts.
Studies in the morphology of spore-producing members.
Studies in the phylogeny of the Filicales : I-VIII
Wilhelm Hofmeister, the work and life of a nineteenth century botanist
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