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Article Kärin Nickelsen (2022)
Physicochemical Biology and Knowledge Transfer: The Study of the Mechanism of Photosynthesis Between the Two World Wars. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 349-377). (/isis/citation/CBB370865537/) unapi

Article Bettina Dietz (2022)
Iterative books: Posthumous publishing in eighteenth-century botany. History of Science (pp. 166-182). (/isis/citation/CBB505718148/) unapi

Article Geoff Bil (2022)
Tangled compositions: Botany, agency, and authorship aboard HMS Endeavour. History of Science (pp. 183-210). (/isis/citation/CBB539711921/) unapi

Article Jenny Beckman (2022)
Competition and coordination in Swedish botanical publication, 1820–79: Eleven editions of Hartman’s Handbook. History of Science (pp. 211-231). (/isis/citation/CBB154384419/) unapi

Article John A. Edgington (2022)
Johann Jacob Dillenius (1684–1747) as a colourer. Archives of Natural History (pp. 130-140). (/isis/citation/CBB681153145/) unapi

Article Hsiang-Fu Huang (2022)
From Grub Street to the Colony: George William Francis and an early Victorian scientific career. Notes and Records: the Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 181-208). (/isis/citation/CBB087332644/) unapi

Article Tilmann Walter; Abdolbaset Ghorbani; Tinde van Andel (2022)
The emperor’s herbarium: The German physician Leonhard Rauwolf (1535?–96) and his botanical field studies in the Middle East. History of Science (pp. 130-151). (/isis/citation/CBB617776099/) unapi

Article Fabian Kraemer; Kärin Nickelsen; Dana von Suffrin (2022)
Botany and the Science of History: Nature, Culture, and the Origins of Civilization, circa 1850–1900. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 45-62). (/isis/citation/CBB017200598/) unapi

Article Christopher Harrington (2022)
“Cut it, woman”: Masculinity, Nectar, and the Orgasm in Charlotte Brontë's Shirley (1849). Victorian Literature and Culture (pp. 1-25). (/isis/citation/CBB352493959/) unapi

Article Niccolò Mazzucco; Amalia Sabanov; Ferran Antolín; et al. (2022)
The spread of agriculture in south-eastern Europe: new data from North Macedonia. Antiquity (pp. 15-33). (/isis/citation/CBB850280233/) unapi

Article David P. D. Munns (2021)
The age of biology: When plant physiology was in the center of American life science. History of Science (pp. 492-521). (/isis/citation/CBB656427237/) unapi

Article Uma Shankar (2021)
Formation-to-fall: natural history and the journey of a lesser-known genus of orchids, Monomeria. Indian Journal of History of Science (pp. 204-216). (/isis/citation/CBB872253367/) unapi

Book Clare Hickman (2021)
The Doctor's Garden: Medicine, Science, and Horticulture in Britain. (/isis/citation/CBB316747000/) unapi

Article S. Mesquita; M. Menezes De Sequeira; C. Castel-Branco (2021)
Richard Thomas Lowe (1802–1874) and his correspondence networks: Botanical exchanges from Madeira. Archives of Natural History (pp. 377-395). (/isis/citation/CBB554291675/) unapi

Article Nicole LaBouff (2021)
Public science in the private garden: Noblewomen horticulturalists and the making of British botany c. 1785–1810. History of Science (pp. 223-255). (/isis/citation/CBB838251661/) unapi

Article Jessica White (2021)
“The proud & haughty Rocks”: gender, botany and archipelagic travel writing in Scotland. Nineteenth-Century Contexts (pp. 309-327). (/isis/citation/CBB031900069/) unapi

Book Suzanne Simard (2021)
Finding the Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest. (/isis/citation/CBB974675340/) unapi

Book Anna K. Sagal (2021)
Botanical Entanglements: Women, Natural Science, and the Arts in Eighteenth-Century England. (/isis/citation/CBB259998433/) unapi

Article Justin Begley (2021)
John Hill (1714?–1775) on ‘Plant Sleep’: experimental physiology and the limits of comparative analysis. Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology (pp. 41-63). (/isis/citation/CBB297415114/) unapi

Chapter BÄRBEL CZENNIA (2021)
Green Rubies from the Ganges: Eighteenth-Century Gardening as Intercultural Networking. In: Oriental Networks: Culture, Commerce, and Communication in the Long Eighteenth Century (pp. 92-131). (/isis/citation/CBB169261382/) unapi

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