Schleiden's text-book did not appear until too late to be known to Griffith.
Schleiden, 'Principles of Botany,' English translation, p. 368.
As early as January 26 he had unfolded to Schleiden this fantastic plan.
In the same way Schleiden cut the ground from under vitalism in botany.
On the afternoon of April 27 Schleiden was back in Washington.
Schleiden in particular brought forward charges of the most serious nature against Nehemiah Grew's good faith.
This important work dated back to 1842 and was inspired by his enthusiasm for the then novel cell-theory of Schleiden and Schwann.
In Passiflora the organogeny of the flower clearly shows the truth of this assertion, as was indeed shown by Payer and Schleiden.
Schleiden in this paper attempted to solve the problem of the mode of origin of cells.
The comparison of cells with crystals was made in 1838 by the founders of the cell-theory, Schleiden and Schwann.