Lindley system

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An early system of plant taxonomy, the Lindley system, was published by John Lindley in:

Lindley (1830). An Introduction to the Natural System of Botany. 
(available online at BHL)

It divides plants into the following groups (pages xxxv and xxxvii-xlviii): Pages in the Vegetable Kingdom, in [square brackets]

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Lindley continued to refine and expand his classification, and published updates in:

Lindley (1833). Nixus Plantarum. 
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Lindley (1836). A Natural System of Botany, second edition. 
(available online at BHL)
Lindley (1838). Article "Exogens" in the Penny Cyclopedia. 
(available online at BHL)
Lindley (1839). Botanical Register, p. 77, Miscellaneous Matter. 
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Lindley (1845). The Vegetable Kingdom. 
(available online at BHL)

His final schemata is illustrated in his last work on pages lv-lxvii.[1] In this work he also reviews all his previous publications relative to the many known systems published at that time.

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