Charles Darwin Letters

[Letter, Charles R. Darwin to John Burdon-Sanderson, September 9, 1873] Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882


Charles Darwin, "Down" to John Burdon-Sanderson. Darwin is sending the plants and suggests any results obtained would be worth publishing by Burdon-Sanderson.; described the nature of the leaf contradictions and the effect of hydrochloric acid on the digestive powers of Drosera. A.L.S. 1 p. Printed in Darwin Frances. "More Letters of Charles Darwin", V. 2, p. 394.

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