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MacDougal, Daniel T.

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MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (1909) Darwinism and experimentation in botany. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 22. pp. 389-392.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (1909) The origin of desert floras. In: Distribution and movements of desert plants. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication; no. 113, 113 (113). Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., pp. 113-119.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (1909) The origination of self-generating matter and the influence of aridity uupon the evolutionary development of plants. The Journal of Geology.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (January 1908) Heredity and environic forces. Science, 27 (682). pp. 121-128.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (1908) The physiological aspect of a species. The American Naturalist, 42 (496). pp. 249-252.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (January 1907) Hybridization of wild plants. Botanical Gazette, 43 (1). pp. 45-48.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (1907) Hybridization of the oaks. Scientific American Supplement, 63.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (1907) Hybrids among wild plants. Plant World, 10. p. 25.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly, Vail, Anna Murray, Shull, George Harrison (1907) Mutations, variations, and relationships of the Oenotheras. In: Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication; no. 81. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication, 81 (81). Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (1906) Discontinuous variation in pedigree cultures. Popular Science Monthly, 69. p. 207.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (August 1905) Hugo de Vries portrait. Open Court, 19. pp. 449-453.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (April 1905) Discontinuous variation and the origin of species. Science, 21 (536). pp. 540-543.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (1905) Heredity and the Origin of Species: lecture given before the Barnard Botanical Club, Columbia University, December 18, 1905. Open Court Press, Chicago.

MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (1905) Studies in organic evolution. Journal of the New York Botanical Garden, 6. pp. 27-36.

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