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  • Jude W.

    Nehemiah Grew ~ Phytological History, 1673 (mandala)

  • ELLK

    (via Nehemiah Grew’s Anatomy of Plants (1680) | The Public Domain Review)

  • Madge Face

    Nehemiah Grew (1641-1712) from (I think) The Comparative Anatomy of Trunks (1675)

  • Robyn Fiore

    Nehemiah Grew’s Anatomy of Plants, 1680 In the 82 illustrated plates included in his 1680 book The Anatomy of Plants, the English botanist Nehemiah Grew revealed for the first time the inner structure and function of plants in all their splendorous intricacy.

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Find out more in Brian Garret’s article for The Public Domain Review – “The Life and Work of Nehemiah Grew” – which explores how Grew’s pioneering ‘mechanist’ vision in relation to the floral world paved the way for the science of plant anatomy.

1680 book The Anatomy of Plants, the English botanist Nehemiah Grew revealed for the first time the inner structure and function of plants in all their splendorous intricacy.

From: The anatomy of plants Author/Creator: Grew, Nehemiah, 1641-1712. [London] : Printed by W. Rawlins, for the author, 1682..biodiversitylibrary.org/page/268116 Nehemiah Grew (26 September 1641 – 25 March 1712) was an English plant anatomist and physiologist, very famously known as the “Father of Plant Physiology”

plate from Anatomy of Plants, by Nehemiah Grew, 1680

Botanical drawings from The Anatomy of Plants by Nehemiah Grew, 1680

dendroica: Young fruit by BioDivLibrary on Flickr. The anatomy of plants. [London] : Printed by W. Rawlins, for the author, 1682..biodiversitylibrary.org/page/268257

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The Anatomy Of Plants, Nehemiah Grew

Volvox globator "This shows the freshwater green alga Volvox globator. Many individual cells live together forming a beautiful spherical colony. Some of them are specialized for reproduction." #BibliOdyssey

Horseshoe Crab. Recherches sur l'anatomie des limules, Paris, 1873. If you are a fan of Star Trek you will remember that Spock's blood is copper based and green. Well the horseshoe crab's blood is REALLY copper based and is blue :).