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Password Journal: My Discreet Password Journal (Lacy Leaves) - 2851629626

33,13 zł

Password Journal: My Discreet Password Journal (Lacy Leaves)



Cavalry Experiences And Leaves From My Journal, 1892 (Classic Reprint) - 2852962150

63,99 zł

Cavalry Experiences And Leaves From My Journal, 1892 (Classic Reprint)

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Humanities>History>Military history

Excerpt From Cavalry Experiences And Leaves From My Journal, 1892 I Need Hardly Say Those Letters And Journals Were Never Intended For Publication; This May Easily Be Seen From Internal Evidence. My Family, However, Kept All My Letters And Papers,


Leaves from My Journal (Deseret Alphabet Edition) - 2849021921

43,51 zł

Leaves from My Journal (Deseret Alphabet Edition)



Ohio Journal of Science (Continuation of the Ohio Naturalist), Vol. 17 - 2844571262

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Ohio Journal of Science (Continuation of the Ohio Naturalist), Vol. 17 Forgotten Books

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Excerpt from The Ohio Journal of Science (Continuation of the Ohio Naturalist), Vol. 17: Official Organ of the Ohio Academy of Science and of the Ohio State University Scientific Society; 1916-17 It may be granted that the cytological work of the past fifteen years has established an undoubted connection between chromosomes and sex. One may even magnanimously neglect to point out that in some cases, for example, in the phylloxerans and probably the rotifers, the sex-determining event, as shown by differences in the size of the eggs, precedes the differential behavior of the chromosomes, and that the chromosomes are therefore not players, but pawns. It may be admitted that the experimental work of Baltzer, Gates, Lutz, Stomps, and others, has fixed upon the chromosomes the responsibility of producing certain hereditary features of the organisms they studied. Yet, after making all these admissions, it is possible to accept as demonstrated certain facts which plainly indicate an influence upon hereditary processes, of something else than chromosomes. It is my purpose first to point out a few of these facts; and second to show how we may cherish this evidence, without spewing the chromosomes out of our mouths, like the angel of Laodicea, and likewise without straddling. Among the foremost evidence of the importance of cytoplasm in heredity is that derived from cases of inheritance only through the mother. Inheritance only through the mother is in strong contrast to one of the earliest evidences in favor of the nucleus as the bearer of hereditary factors. It was long ago pointed out that father and mother shared equally in fixing the nature of the offspring; but that the spermatozoa carried little or no cytoplasm, while the egg was, from the standpoint of volume, chiefly cytoplasm. The chief difference between egg and sperm is that the former is lumbered down with a mass of passive cytoplasm and yolk, from which the sperm is practically free. When, then, we find a case of inheritance only through the mother, there is left little room for any conclusion but that this inheritance depends upon the cytoplasm of the egg, or upon something included in the cytoplasm. The facts in one such case are these. In the old-fashioned four o'clocks of grandmother's garden, Mirabilis Jalapa, there is a variety named albomaculata, which has variegated leaves. The structural basis of the variegation is the fact that the chromatophores in the yellowish white patches are not bright green, but more or less blanched. The amount of green and white varies greatly in different plants. Furthermore, whole branches may be green, other whole branches white. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.


Life, Life - 2842081999

74,39 zł

Life, Life Crescent Moon Publishing

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LIFE, LIFE A book of poetry by Russian poet Arseny Tarkovsky, translated by Virginia Rounding. Includes many poems used in Arseny's son's films (Andrei Tarkovsky). With a bibliography of both Arseny and his son Andrei Tarkovsky, and illustrations from Tarkovsky's movies. This is one of the very few translations in English of poetry by Arseny Tarkovsky available. FROM THE INTRODUCTION: Arseny Aleksandrovich Tarkovsky was was born in June 1907 in Elizavetgrad, later named Kirovograd. He studied at the Academy of Literature in Moscow from 1925 to 1929, and also worked in the editorial office of the journal Gudok. He was well respected as a translator, especially of the Oriental classics, but was little known as a poet for most of his life, being unable to get any of his own work published during the Stalinist era. His poems did not begin to appear in book form until he was over fifty. His son, the film director Andrei Tarkovsky, made extensive use of his father's in some of his films, and certain of his diary entries indicate the esteem in which the poet was held in the Soviet Union towards the end of his life. An entry written after Andrei had given a talk at the Moscow Physical Institute in 1980, for instance, reproduces the following note from a member of the audience: 'An enormous number of people in this hall admire Arseny Aleksandrovich Tarkovsky as a great Russian poet. Please convey our respects to him.' One of the few recorded public appearances of Arseny Tarkovsky was at the funeral of Anna Akhmatova; he was one of three writers deputed to accompany her coffin from Domodedovo to Leningrad, and he read both at her funeral in Komarovo and at the first evening held in her memory in Moscow. He died in 1989 and is now beginning to be recognised as one of the many significant Russian poets of the twentieth century. From the poem ;Ignatyevo Forest': The last leaves' embers in total immolation Rise into the sky; this whole forest Seethes with irritation, just as we did That last year we lived together. Illustrated. With bibliography and notes. ISBN 9781861714300.


Beatsongs - 2839307833

68,99 zł

Beatsongs Cherry Red


1. Huh! 2. Yr Own World 3. Angelwords 4. Fun 5. Cardboard Box 6. My Hurrincane 7. Aeroplane Blues 8. Jack Leaves & Back Spring 9. Colour Me 10. Streamers 11. The Boy In The Bubble 12. Sixth Continent 101. Pony Boy 102. Aeroplane Blues (La Mix) 103. Buoy 104. Stranger 105. Trouble, Tell Me I'm Alive 106. Misfiring 107. Mean Time 108. Autumn Journal XV 109. Talkin' On Theotherphone 110. Disney Head


Nature Connection - 2853284847

74,22 zł

Nature Connection Storey Books

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"The Nature Connection" is an interactive workbook chock-full of creative exercises for kids ages 8 to 13. Leslie begins simply by encouraging children to look out the window and record what they observe: What colour is the sky? What shapes are the clouds? Are there any birds? What kind? Are there signs of what season it is? Once outdoors, kids are prompted to record the sounds they hear, the ground plants they see, the direction of the wind, the shape and direction of their own shadows, and how each of these change from day to day, season to season. "The Nature Connection" offers dozens of fun things to do during every season: write a poem; make a sketch; tell a story; record the daily sunrise and sunset times for the next month; draw a local map and mark the spots where trees, rocks, animals, and other nature sights reside (and identify each one); keep a moon journal; learn the constellations; or collect leaves and bring them home to sketch and identify. Sure to engage the whole family in outdoor fun and year-round nature activities, "The Nature Connection" will also stand as a permanent record of a child's unique sightings and experience with nature.


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