Norman Lockyer: Nature Vol 45

Excerpt from Nature Vol 45 A Weekly Illustrated Journal of Science; November 1891 to April 1892Books Forthcoming Scientific 476 boctet Astronomy at the Paris Academy A ii 11 589 Bar ovsky the Grain Production of Russia 7 Boston F ossils Recently Discovered near fatten Upham 622 Boswell samuel Modern Lancashire Boilers 22 Botany Biology of Seaside Plants W Botting Hemsley F R S 3; Botany of the Emin Relief Expedition W T Thiselton Dyer 8; Major J A M Jephson 9; Handleiding tot de Kennis der F lora van Nederlandsch Indie Dr J G Boerlage 28; B Daydon Jackson's Index of Genera and Species of Flowering Plants 39; Wild Maize found n Mexico 39; Government Mission to Investigate the Botany of Sierra Leone 64; Botanical Museums and Gardens of Southern Hemisphere Prof Goodale 65 the Acclimatization of the Avocado Pear n New South Wales F Turner 66; Botanical Gazette 70 287 478 596; Third Series of Hooker's Icons Plantamm 86; Pupils at the Missouri Botanical Gardens 88 Disease among the Cocoa nuts of Jamaica 88; Zoology and Botany ut' the West Indian Islands 139 Grafted Plants W K Beeby 151; Current Botanical Expeditions 155; Insectivorous Plants R Lindsay 157; the Prolongation of the Gooseberry Season D Thoms.

Nosperms Herr W Belajefl' 471; Rain and Mildews n 111612 Dr A Barclay 477; a New Capillary Theory F Pasuale 478; Earthuakes and Vegetation A Goiran 478 the Relationship of Autumn to spring blossoming Plants A F Foerste 478; the Efl'ect of Mechanical Movement on the Growth of Certain Plants H L Russell 478 Movements of the Flower and F mit of Erodium gruimcm Dr R Cobelli 478 Philo sophical Notes on Botanical Subjects E Bonavia 483; Award by Royal Society of New South Wales of Clarke Memorial Medal to Mr W T Thiselton Dyer 495 the Spanish Broom as 2 Fibre Plant 495 Uganda Bark ClothAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at wwwforgottenbookscomThis book s a reproduction of an Photo Craft important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work preserving the original format whilst repairingmperfections present n the aged copy In rare cases an mperfection Discover Manga Drawing Kit in the original such as a blemish or missing page may be replicatedn our edition We do however repair the vast majority of mperfections successfully; any mperfections that remain are ntentionally left to preserve the state of such historical wor.

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Sir Joseph Norman Lockyer FRS 17 May 1836 – 16 August 1920 known simply as Norman Lockyer was an English scientist and astronomer Along with the French scientist Pierre Janssen he is credited with discovering the gas helium Lockyer also is remembered for being the founder and first editor of the influential journal NatureLockyer was born in Rugby Warwickshire After a conventional schooli