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(١) قائمة من أعمال تشارلز داروين

  • Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of Her Majesty’s Ships ‘Adventure’ and ‘Beagle’ between the years 1826 and 1836, describing their examination of the Southern shores of South America, and the ‘Beagle’s ‘circumnavigation of the globe. Vol. iii. Journal and Remarks, 1832–1836. By Charles Darwin. 8vo. London, 1839.
  • Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the countries visited during the Voyage of H.M.S. ‘Beagle’ round the world, under the command of Capt. Fitz-Roy, R.N. 2nd edition, corrected, with additions. 8vo. London, 1845. (Colonial and Home Library.)
  • A Naturalist’s Voyage. Journal of Researches, 8vo. London, 1860. [Contains a postscript dated Feb. 1, 1860.]
  • Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S. ‘Beagle.’ Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. Part I. Fossil Mammalia, by Richard Owen. With a Geological Introduction, by Charles Darwin. 4to. London, 1840.
  • ______ Part Il. Mammalia, by George R. Waterhouse. With a notice of their habits and ranges, by Charles Darwin. 4to. London, 1839.
  • ______ Part III. Birds, by John Gould. An “Advertisement” (2 pp.) states that in consequence of Mr. Gould’s having left England for Australia, many descriptions were supplied by Mr. G. R. Gray of the British Museum. 4to. London, 1841.
  • ______ Part IV. Fish, by Rev. Leonard Jenyns. 4to. London, 1842.
  • ______ Part V. Reptiles, by Thomas Bell. 4to. London, 1843.
  • The Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs. Being the First Part of the Geology of the Voyage of the ‘Beagle.’ 8vo. London, 1842.
  • The Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs. 2nd edition. 8vo. London, 1874.
  • Geological Observations on the Volcanic Islands, visited during the Voyage of H.M.S. ‘Beagle.’ Being the Second Part of the Geology of the Voyage of the ‘Beagle.’ 8vo. London, 1844.
  • Geological Observations on South America. Being the Third Part of the Geology of the Voyage of the ‘Beagle.’ 8vo. London, 1846.
  • Geological Observations on the Volcanic Islands and parts of South America visited during the Voyage of H.M.S. ‘Beagle.’ 2nd edition. 8vo. London, 1876.
  • A Monograph of the Fossil Lepadidæ; or, Pedunculated Cirripedes of Great Britain. 4to. London, 1851. (Palæontographical Society.)
  • A Monograph of the Sub-class Cirripedia, with Figures of all the Species. The Lepadidæ; or, Pedunculated Cirripedes. 8vo. London, 1851. (Ray Society.)
  • ______ The Balanidæ (or Sessile Cirripedes); the Verrucidæ, & c. 8vo. London, 1854. (Ray Society.)
  • A Monograph of the Fossil Balanidæ and Verrucidæ of Great Britain. 4to. London, 1854. (Palæontographical Society.)
  • On the Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. 8vo. London, 1859. (Dated Oct. 1 st, 1859, published Nov. 24, 1859.)
  • ______ Fifth thousand. 8vo. London, 1860.
  • ______ Third edition, with additions and corrections. (Seventh thousand.) 8vo. London, 1861. (Dated March, 1861.)
  • ______ Fourth edition, with additions and corrections. (Eighth thousand.) 8vo. London, 1866. (Dated June, 1866.)
  • ______ Fifth edition, with additions and corrections. (Tenth thousand.) 8vo. London, 1869. (Dated May, 1869.)
  • ______ Sixth edition, with additions and corrections to 1872. (Twentyfourth thousand.) 8vo. London, 1882. (Dated Jan., 1872.)
  • On the various contrivances by which Orchids are fertilised by Insects. 8vo. London, 1862.
  • ______ Second edition. 8vo. London, 1877. [In the second edition the word “On” is omitted from the title.]
  • The Movements and Habits of Climbipg Plants. Second edition. 8vo. London, 1875. [First appeared in the ninth volume of the ‘Journal of the Linnean Society.’]
  • The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1868.
  • ______ Second edition, revised. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1875.
  • The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1871.
  • ______ Second edition. 8vo. London, 1874. (In 1 vol.)
  • The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. 8vo. London, 1872.
  • Insectivorous Plants. 8vo. London, 1875.
  • The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom. 8vo. London, 1876.
  • ______ Second edition. 8vo. London, 1878.
  • The different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the same Species. 8vo. London, 1877.
  • ______ Second edition. 8vo. London, 1880.
  • The Power of Movement in Plants. By Charles Darwin, assisted by Francis Darwin. 8vo. London, 1880.
  • The Formation of Vegetable Mould, through the Action of Worms, with Observations on their Habits. 8vo. London, 1881.

(٢) قائمة بالكتب التي تتضمن مساهمات تشارلز داروين

  • A Manual of scientific enquiry; prepared for the use of Her Majesty’s Navy: and adapted for travellers in general. Ed. by Sir John F. W. Herschel, Bart. 8vo. London, 1849. (Section VI. Geology. By Charles Darwin.)
  • Memoir of the Rev. John Stevens Henslow. By the Rev. Leonard Jenyns. 8vo. London, 1862. [In Chapter Ill., Recollections by C. Darwin.]
  • A letter (1876) on the ‘Drift’ near Southampton, publish&d in Prof. J. Geikie’s ‘Prehistoric Europe.’
  • Flowers and their unbidden guests. By A. Kerner. With a Prefatory Letter by Charles Darwin. The translation revised and edited by W. Ogle. 8vo. London, 1878.
  • Erasmus Darwin. By Ernst Krause. Translated from the Gerrnan by W. S. Dallas. With a preliminary notice by Charles Darwin. 8vo. London, 1879.
  • Studies in the Theory of Descent. By Aug. Weismann. Translated and edited by Raphael Meldola. With a Prefatory Notice by Charles Darwin. 8vo. London, 1880–.
  • The Fertilisation of Flowers. By Hermann Müller. Translated and edited by D’Arcy W. Thompson. With a Preface by Charles Darwin. 8vo. London, 1883.
  • Mental Evolution in Animals. By G. J. Romanes. With a posthumous essay on instinct by Charles Darwin, 1883. [Also published in the Journal of the Linnean Society.]
  • Some Notes on a curious habit of male humble bees were sent to Prof. Hermann Müller, of Lippstadt, who had permission from Mr. Darwin to make what use he pleased of them. After Müller’s death the Notes were given by his son to Dr. E. Krause, who published them under the title, “Ueber die Wege der HummelMännchen” in his book, ‘Gesammelte kleinere Schriften von Charles Darwin’ (1887).

(٣) قائمة بالأوراق العلمية، ومنها مجموعة مختارة من الخطابات والمراسلات القصيرة إلى الدوريات العلمية

  • Letters to Professor Henslow, read by him at the meeting of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, held Nov. 16, 1835. 31 pp. 8vo. Privately printed for distribution among the members of the Society.
  • Geological Notes made during a survey of the East and West Coasts of South America in the years 1832, 1833, 1834, and 1835; with an account of a transverse section of the Cordilleras of the Andes between Valparaiso and Mendoza. [Read Nov. 18, 1835.] Geol. Soc. Proc. ii. 1838, pp. 210–212. [This Paper is incorrectly described in Geol. Soc. Proc. ii., p. 210 as follows: — “Geological notes, & c., by F. Darwin, Esq., of St. John’s College, Cambridge: communicated by Prof. Sedgwick.” It is Indexed under C. Darwin.]
  • Notes upon the Rhea Americana. Zool. Soc. Proc., Part v. 1837, PP. 35-36.
  • Observations of proofs of recent elevation on the coast of Chili. made during the survey of H.M.S. “Beagle,” commanded by Capt. FitzRoy. [1837.] Geol. Soc. Proc. ii. 1838, pp. 446–449.
  • A sketch of the deposits containing extinct Mammalia in the neighbourhood of the Plata. [1837.] Geol. Soc. Proc. ii. 1838, pp. 542–544.
  • On certain areas of elevation and subsidence in the Pacific and Indian oceans, as deduced from the study of coral formations. [1837.] Geol. Soc. Proc. ii. 1838, pp. 552–554.
  • On the Formation of Mould. [Read Nov. 1, 1837.] Geol. Soc. Proc. ii. 1838, pp. 574–576; Geol. Soc. Trans. v. 1840, pp. 505–510.
  • On the Connexion of certain Volcanic Phenomena and on the formation of mountain-chains and the effects of continental elevations. [Read March 7, 1838.] Geol. Soc. Proc. ii. 1838, pp. 654–660; Geol. Soc. Trans. v. 1840, pp. 601–632. [In the Society’s Transactions the wording of the title is slightly different.]
  • Origin of saliferous deposits. Salt Lakes of Patagonia and La Plata. Geol. Soc. Journ. ii. (Part ii.), 1838, pp. 127–128.
  • Note on a Rock seen on an Iceberg in 16 South Latitude. Geogr. Soc. Journ. ix. 1839, pp. 528–529.
  • Observations on the Parallel Roads of Glen Roy, and of other parts of Lochaber in Scotland, with an attempt to prove that they are of marine origin. Phil. Trans. 1839, pp. 39–82.
  • On a remarkable Bar of Sandstone off Pernambuco, on the Coast of Brazil. Phil. Mag. xix. 1841, pp. 257–260.
  • On the Distribution of the Erratic Boulders and on the Contemporaneous Unstratified Deposits of South America. [1841.] Geol. Soc. Proc. iii. 1842, pp. 425–430; Geol. Soc. Trans. [1841.] vi. 1842, pp. 415–432.
  • Notes on the Effects produced by the Ancient Glaciers of Caernarvonshire, and on the Boulders transported by Floating Ice. London Philosoph. Mag. vol. xxi. p. 180. 1842.
  • Remarks on the preceding paper, in a Letter from Charles Darwin, Esq., to Mr. Maclaren. Edinb. New Phil. Journ. xxxiv. 1843, pp. 47–50. [The “preceding” paper is: “On Coral Islands and Reefs as described by Mr. Darwin. By Charles Maclaren, Esq., F.R.S.E.”]
  • Observations on the Structure and Propagation of the genus Sagitta. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist. xiii. 1844, pp. 1–6.
  • Brief Descriptions of several Terrestrial Planariæ, and of some remarkable Marine Species, with an Account of their Habits. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist. xiv. 1844, pp. 241–251.
  • An account of the Fine Dust which often falls on Vessels in the Atlantic Ocean. Geol. Soc. Journ. ii. 1846, pp. 26–30.
  • On the Geology of the Falkland Islands. Geol. Soc. Journ. ii. 1846, pp. 267–274.
  • A review of Waterhouse’s ‘Natural History of the Mammalia.’ [Not signed.] Ann. and Mag. of Nat. Hist. 1847. Vol. xix. p. 53.
  • On the Transportal of Erratic Boulders from a lower to a higher level. Geol. Soc. Journ. iv. 1848, pp. 315–323.
  • On British fossil Lepadidæ. Geol. Soc. Journ. vi. 1850, pp. 439-440. [The G. S. J. says, “This paper was withdrawn by the author with the permission of the Council.”]
  • Analogy of the Structure of some Volcanic Rocks with that of Glaciers. Edinb. Roy. Soc. Proc. ii. 1851, pp. 17–18.
  • On the power of Icebergs to make rectilinear, uniformly-directed Grooves across a Submarine Undulatory Surface. Phil. Mag. x. 1855, pp. 96–98.
  • Vitality of Seeds. Gardeners’ Chronicle, Nov. 17, 1855, p. 758.
  • On the action of Sea-water on the Germination of Seeds. [1856.]
    Linn. Soc. Journ. i. 1857 (Botany), pp. 130–140.
  • On the Agency of Bees in the Fertilisation of Papilionaceous Flowers. Gardeners’ Chronicle, p. 725, 1857.
  • On the Tendency of Species to form Varieties; and on the Perpetuation of Varieties and Species by Natural Means of Selection. By Charles Darwin, Esq., F.R.S., F.L.S., and F.G.S., and Alfred Wallace, Esq. [Read July 1st, 1858.] Journ. Linn. Soc. 1859, vol. iii. (Zoology), p. 45.
    Special titles of C. Darwin’s contributions to the foregoing:
    (i) Extract from an unpublished work on Species by C. Darwin, Esq., consisting of a portion of a chapter entitled, “On the Variation of Organic Beings in a State of Nature; on the Natural Means of Selection; on the Comparison of Domestic Races and true Species.” (ii) Abstract of a Letter from C. Darwin, Esq., to Professor Asa Gray, of Boston, U. S., dated Sept. 5, 1857.
  • On the Agency of Bees in the Fertilisation of Papilionaceous Flowers, and on the Crossing of Kidney Beans. Gardeners’ Chronicle, 1858, p. 828 and Ann. Nat. Hist. 3rd series ii. 1858, pp. 459–465.
  • Do the Tineina or other small Moths suck Flowers, and if so what Flowers? Entom. Weekly Intell. vol. viii. 1860, p. 103.
  • Note on the achenia of Pumilio Argyrolepis. Gardeners’ Chronicle, Jan. 5, 1861, p. 4.
  • Fertilisation of Vincas. Gardeners’ Chronicle, pp. 552, 831, 832. 1861.
  • On the Two Forms, or Dimorphic Condition, in the species of Primula, and on their remarkable Sexual Relations. Linn. Soc. Journ. vi. 1862 (Botany), pp. 77–96.
  • On the Three remarkable Sexual Forms of Catasetum tridentatum, an Orchid in the possession of the Linnean Society. Linn. Soc. Journ. vi. 1862 (Botany), pp. 151–157.
  • Yellow Rain. Gardeners’ Chronicle, July 18, 1863, p. 675.
  • On the thickness of the Pampean formation near Buenos Ayres. Geol. Soc. Journ. xix. 1863, pp. 68–71.
  • On the so-called “Auditory-sac” of Cirripedes. Nat. Hist. Review, 1863, pp. 115-116.
  • A review of Mr. Bates’ paper on ‘Mimetic Butterflies.’ Nat. Hist. Review, 1863, p. 221–. [Not signed.]
  • On the existence of two forms, and on their reciprocal sexual relation, in several species of the genus Linum. Linn. Soc. Journ. vii. 1864 (Botany), pp. 69–83.
  • On the Sexual Relations of the Three Forms of Lythrum salicaria. [1864.] Linn. Soc. Journ. viii. 1865 (Botany), pp. 169–196.
  • On the Movement and Habits of Climbing Plants. [1865.] Linn. Soc. Journ. ix. 1867 (Botany), pp. 1–118.
  • Note on the Common Broom (Cytisus scolarius). [1866.] Linn. Soc. Journ. ix. 1867 (Botany), p. 358.
  • Notes on the Fertilization of Orchids. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist. 4th series, iv. 1869, pp. 141–159.
  • On the Character and Hybrid-like Nature of the Offspring from the Illegitimate Unions of Dimorphic and Trimorphic Plants. [1868.] Linn. Soc. Jour. x. 1869 (Botany), pp. 393–437.
  • On the Specific Difference between Primula veris, Brit. Fl. (var. ogcinalis, of Linn.), P. vulgaris, Brit. Fl. (var. acaulis, Linn.), and P. elatior, Jacq.; and on the Hybrid Nature of the common Oxslip. With Supplementary Remarks on naturally produced Hybrids in the genus Verbascum. [1868.] Linn. Soc. Journ. x. 1869 (Botany), pp. 437–454.
  • Note on the Habits of the Pampas Woodpecker (Colaptes campestris). Zool. Soc. Proc. Nov. 1, 1870, pp. 705-706.
  • Fertilisation of Leschenaultia. Gardeners’ Chronicle, p. 1166, 1871.
  • The Fertilisation of Winter-flowering Plants. ‘Nature,’ Nov. 18, 1869, vol. i. p. 85.
  • Pangenesis. ‘Nature,’ April 27, 1871, vol. iii. p. 502.
  • A new view of Darwinism. ‘Nature,’ July 6, 1871, vol. iv. p. 180.
  • Bree on Darwinism. ‘Nature,’ Aug. 8, 1872, vol. vi. p. 279.
  • Inherited Instinct. ‘Nature,’ Feb. 13, 1873, vol. vii. p. 281.
  • Perception in the Lower Animals. ‘Nature,’ March 13, 1873, vol. vii. p. 360.
  • Origin of certain instincts. ‘Nature,’ April 3, 1873, vol. vii. p. 417.
  • Habits of Ants. ‘Nature,’ July 24, 1873, vol. viii. p. 244.
  • On the Males and Complemental Males of Certain Cirripedes, and on Rudimentary Structures. ‘Nature,’ Sept. 25, 1873, vol. viii. p. 431.
  • Recent researches on Termites and Honey-bees. ‘Nature,’ Feb. 19, 1874, vol. ix. p. 308.
  • Fertilisation of the Fumariaceæ. ‘Nature,’ April 16, 1874, vol. ix. p. 460.
  • Flowers of the Primrose destroyed by Birds. ‘Nature,’ April 23, 1874, vol. ix. p. 482; May 14, 1874, vol. x. p. 24.
  • Cherry Blossoms. ‘Nature,’ May 11, 1876, vol. xiv. p. 28.
  • Sexual Selection in relation to Monkeys. ‘Nature,’ Nov. 2, 1876, vol. xv. p. 18.
  • Fritz Müller on Flowers and Insects. ‘Nature,’ Nov. 29, 1877, vol. xvii. p. 78.
  • The Scarcity of Holly Berries and Bees. Gardeners’ Chronicle, Jan. 20, 1877, p. 83.
  • Note on Fertilization of Plants. Gardeners’ Chronicle, vol. vii. p. 246, 1877.
  • A biographical sketch of an infant. ‘Mind,’ No. 7, July, 1877.
  • Transplantation of Shells. ‘Nature,’ May 30, 1878, vol. xviii. p. 120. Fritz Müller on a Frog having Eggs on its back—on the abortion of the hairs on the legs of certain Caddis-Flies, & c. ‘Nature,’ March 20, 1879, vol. xix. p. 462.
  • Rats and Water-Casks. ‘Nature,’ March 27, 1879, vol. xix. p. 481.
  • Fertility of Hybrids from the common and Chinese Goose. ‘Nature,’ Jan. 1, 1880, vol. xxi. p. 207.
  • The Sexual Colours of certain Butterflies. ‘Nature,’ Jan. 8, 1880, vol. xxi. p. 237.
  • The Omori Shell Mounds. ‘Nature,’ April 15, 1880, vol. xxi. p. 561.
  • Sir Wyville Thomson and Natural Selection. ‘Nature,’ Nov. 11, 1880, vol. xxiii. p. 32.
  • Black Sheep. ‘Nature,’ Dec. 30, 1880, vol. xxiii. p. 193.
  • Movements of Plants. ‘Nature,’ March 3, 1881, vol. xxiii. p. 409.
  • The Movements of Leaves. ‘Nature,’ April 28, 1881, vol. xxiii. p. 603.
  • Inheritance. ‘Nature,’ July 21, 1881, vol. xxiv. p. 257.
  • Leaves injured at Night by Free Radiation. ‘Nature,’ Sept. 15, 1881. vol. xxiv. p. 459.
  • The Parasitic Habits of Molothrus. ‘Nature,’ Nov. 17, 1881, vol. xxv. p. 51.
  • On the Dispersal of Freshwater Bivalves. ‘Nature,’ April 6, 1882, vol. xxv. p. 529.
  • The Action of Carbonate of Ammonia on the Roots of certain Plants. [Read March 16, 1882.] Linn. Soc. Journ. (Botany), vol. xix. 1882, pp. 239–261.
  • The Action of Carbonate of Ammonia on Chlorophyll-bodies. [Read March 6, 1882.] Linn. Soc. Journ. (Botany), vol. xix. 1882, pp. 262–284.
  • On the modification of a Race of Syrian Street-Dogs by means of Sexual Selection. By W. van Dyck. With a preliminary notice by Charles Darwin. [Read April 18, 1882.] Proc. Zoolog. Soc. 1882, pp. 367–370.

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