PIER ANTONIO MICHELI - NOVA PLANTARUM GENERA (FIRST EDITION) - 1729

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    NOVA PLANTARUM GENERA IUXTA TOURNEFORTII METHODUM DISPOSITA QUIBUS PLANTAE MDCCCC RECENSENTUR, SCILICET FERE MCCCC NONDUM OBSERVATAE, RELIQUAE SUIS SEDIBUS RESTITUTAE; QUARUM VERO FIGURAM EXHIBERE VISUM FUIT, EAE AD DL AENEIS TABULIS CVIII. GRAPHICE EXPRESSAE SUNT; ADNOTATIONIBUS, ATQUE OBSERVATIONIBUS, PRAECIPUE FUNGORUM, MUCORUM, AFFINIUMQUE PLANTARUM SATIONEM, ORTUM, & INCREMENTUM SPECTANTIBUS, INTERDUM ADIECTIS. REGIAE CELSITUDINI IOANNIS GASTONIS MAGNI ETRURIAE DUCIS / AUCTORE PETRO ANTONIO MICHELIO FLOR. EIUSDEM R.C. BOTANICO

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    Subject: Old book from the 18th century. Latin text. Natural History. Botany. Mycology. Fungi. Lichens - Pier Antonio Micheli.

    Publication: Florentiae: Typis Bernardi Paperinii, 1729. First edition.

    Physical description: Folio (35 cm). XXIV pages, 234 pages, 108 copper engravings. Initials and cul-de-lampe colored with watercolor. Parchment binding with label on the spine.

    Conservation: Perfect state of conservation. Completely reviewed.

    Author Biography: Pier Antonio Micheli was an 18th century Italian botanist, and "Nova Plantarum Genera" is an important work in the field of botany. It was first published in 1729. In this book, Micheli presents descriptions of numerous species of plants, fungi and lichens and classifies them into genera, thus contributing to the development of botanical taxonomy. The work is known for its detailed approach to describing plant structures and characteristics, and was influential in the botanical classification and nomenclature of the time. Although botanical taxonomy has evolved since then, "Nova Plantarum Genera" remains relevant to understanding the history and development of botany as a science. Micheli's work contributed significantly to the establishment of a basis for the systematic classification of plants. Most of these new species were thallophytes, which Micheli first classified, and he discovered the generative function and anatomy of the mycelium. For this discovery, among others, he can properly be considered the founder of mycology.

    Other information: Mycology is the branch of biology that is dedicated to the study of fungi. Along with botany, zoology and microbiology, it is one of the most extensive and diversified areas of biology that contributes significant advances to research science and technological development.

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    Product type
    Book
    Author
    MICHELI, Pier Antonio
    Year
    1729
    Place
    Florence
    Printing / Plublisher
    Typis Bernardi Paperinii
    Condition
    Perfect condition
    Binding
    Vellum
    Edition
    First edition