The Rev. Thomas Brown on Specimens of Fossil-wood from the Base of the
Lower Carboniferous Rocks at Langton, Berwickshire
Professor A. DICKSON's Suggestions on Fruit Classification....
Mr. W. T. THISELTON DYER on the minute Anatomy of the Stem of the
Screw-Pine, Pandanus utilis
on the so-called 'Mimicry' in Plants
Mr. A. G. MORE on Spiranthes Romanzoviana, Cham.
on Eriophorum alpinum, Linn., as a British Plant
Dr. JAMES MURIE on the Development of Fungi within the Thorax of Living
Dr. J. BIRKBECK NEVins on the Changes which occur in Plants during the
ripening of the Seeds, in order to ensure the access of the Air and Light as
well as Heat, which are generally requisite for this purpose, without the
loss of the Seeds before the ripening is completed ..
on the Nature of the Cruciferous fruit, with refer-
ence to the Replum....
Mr. J. SADLER on the Species of Grimmig (including Schistidium) as repre-
sented in the neighbourhood of Edinburgh....
Mr. NEIL STEWART's Observations on the intimate Structure of Spiral ducts
in Plants and their relationship to the Flower
Inquiry into the Functions of Colour in Plants during
different Stages of their Development ....
Prof. W. C. WILLIAMSON on the Classification of the Vascular Cryptogamia,
as affected by recent Discoveries amongst the Fossil Plants of the Coal-