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LEEUWENHOEK, A. VAN.
Ontledingen en Ontdekkingen Van het begin der Planten in de Zaden van Boomen: Waar uit bewesen werd; Dat yder Boom of Plant zijn rol voor Manneken en Wijfken speelen moet. Als mede dat Dieren van verscheiden aard met malkanderen verzamelende, noodzakelijk moeten Schepsels voortbrengen, die noch na de Vader noch na de Moeder gelijken, enz. Vervat in twee BrievenÂ….
Leyden, C. Boutesteyn, 1697. 4to (200 x 155mm). pp. 77, with 1 folded engraved plates and 25 engravings in the text.

Second issue. Comprises letters 46 and 47 sent to the Royal Society. "Collected letters of the Dutch pioneer in microscopy, the first to describe bacteria, red blood corpuscles, spermatozoa"(Horblit 65). "The fourth great founder of microscopic biology, the largely self-taught Dutchman Antoni van Leeuwenhoek discovered bacteria and studied the structure of wood and seeds, he sent the first of his many botanical letters to the Royal Society in August 1675" (E. L. Greene, Landmarks of Botanical history p. 973). Dobell 7a.
 


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