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" ... and that the connection between the hypha and gonidia is of such a nature as to exclude all possibility of the one organ being produced by the other. This he thinks is the only way in which it can be accounted for that the gonidia of diverse lichens... "
Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science - Página 112
1874
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Grevillea

Mordecai Cubitt Cooke, George Massee - 1873
...hypha-filament comes in contact with an algalcell. In conclusion, M. Bornet considers he has established the two following propositions : — 1. Every gonidium...lichen may be referred to a species of Alga. 2. The connexion of the hypha with the gonidia is of such a nature as to exclude all possibility of one organism...
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The Popular Science Review, Volume 13

James Samuelson, Henry Lawson - 1874
...being perused. M. Bornet, whose researches the paper deals with, is said to consider he has established the two following propositions : — 1. Every gonidium...lichen may be referred to a species of Alga. 2. The connection of the hypha with the gonidia is of such a nature as to exclude all possibility of one organism...
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Minutes of the Proceedings November, 1864-November 1885, Volume 2

1875
...Lichens," in 'Ann. des Sciences Naturelles,' 5 ser., t. xvii, p. 2 ' Grevillea,' No. 15, Sept. 1873, p. 36. element), uninfluenced by their novel position, had...in the two following propositions : — 1 . Every goiiidium of a lichen may be referred to a species of alga. 2. The relations of the hypha with the...
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Fungi: Their Nature and Uses

Mordecai Cubitt Cooke - 1875 - 299 páginas
...absolutely isolates from all external influences. Dr. Bornet believed himself to have established that every gonidium of a lichen may be referred to a species of algee, and that the connection between the hypha and gonidia is of such a nature as to exclude all...
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Fungi: Their Nature, Influence and Uses

Mordecai Cubitt Cooke - 1894 - 299 páginas
...absolutely isolates from all external influences. Dr. Bornet believed himself to have established that every gonidium of a lichen may be referred to a species of algre, and that the connection between the hypha and gonidia is of such a nature as to exclude all...
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The American Monthly Microscopical Journal, Volume 7

1886
...this investigation he considered himself safe in laying down the following propositions : — ' i. Every gonidium of a lichen may be referred to a species of alga?. 2. The connection of the hyphae with the gonidia is of such a nature as to exclude all possibility of the...
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