The anatomy of plants·
With an idea of a philosophical history of plants, and several other lectures, read before the Royal Society· By Nehemiah Grew M.D. Fellow of the Royal Society, and of the College of Physicians.
|Main Author:||Grew, Nehemiah, 1641-1712|
[London] : Printed by W. Rawlins, for the author, 1682.
Place of publication from Wing.
Imprimatur on leaf [A]1v: At a meeting of the Council of the Royal Society, Feb. 22. 1681/2 Dr. Grew having read several lectures of the anatomy of plants, ... it is therefore ordreed, that he be desired, to cause them to be prited together in one volume. Chr. Wren. P.R.S.
Includes reissues of previously published treatises by Grew, " much revised" (Henrey, Blanche, vol.1, pp.135-140).
Includes: "An idea of a philosophical history of plants", 2d ed.; "The anatomy of plants, begun", 2d ed.; "The anatomy of roots", 2d ed.; "The anatomy of trunks", 2d ed.; "The anatomy of leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds."; "Several lectures read before the Royal Society"; each section has special t.p.
The final unpaginated leaves contain an index and an explication of the tables.
The plates are numbered, using both arabic and roman numeration.
Physical description: , 24, , 212, , 221-304,  p., 83 leaves of plates ; 2⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), G1945
Citations/References: Henrey, B. Brit. botanical lit., I, no. 162