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Darwin's microscopes: theory, practice and reputation

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Centering on the re-discovery of a group of manuscripts relating to Darwin’s microscopy, this paper emphasizes the role of the microscope in Darwin’s invertebrate studies. In addition to a description of some of the fine points of his instrumental practice, the biographical importance of instrumentation is examined and emphasized.

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