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" Stem, in contradistinction to others in the interior of woods, are obviously intended to give to the former greater strength to resist the winds, and a shorter lever to act upon the roots. Secondly, their larger heads, with spreading Branches, in consequence... "
The Planter's Guide: Or, A Practical Essay on the Best Method of Giving ... - Página 103
por Sir Henry Steuart - 1832 - 422 páginas
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen23

1828
...strength to resist the winds, and a shorter Icvvr to act upon tin1 roots. Secondly, their larger heads, with spreading Branches, in consequence of the free...in like manner, bestowed for the protection of the sip vessels, that lie immediately under it, arid which, without luch defence from cold, could not perform...
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The Planter's Guide: Or, A Practical Essay on the Best Method of Giving ...

Sir Henry Steuart - 1828 - 473 páginas
...strength to resist the winds, and a shorter lever to act upon the roots. Secondly, their larger heads, with spreading Branches, in consequence of the free...without such defence from cold, could not perform their funcNote VI. tions. Fourthly, their greater number and variety of Roots are for the double purpose...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen23

1828
...strength to resist the winds, and a shorter lever to act upon tbe roots. Secondly, their larger heads, with spreading Branches, in consequence of the free...without such defence from cold, could not perform their functions. Fourthly, their greater number and variety of Roots are for the double purpose of...
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The Planter's Guide; Or, a Practical Essay on the Best Method of Giving ...

Sir Henry Steuart - 1828 - 527 páginas
...strength to resist the winds, and a shorter lever to act upon the roots. Secondly, their larger heads, with spreading Branches, in consequence of the free...in like manner, bestowed for the protection of the sap-vessels, that lie immediately under it, and which, without such defence from cold, could not perform...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen23

1828
...consequence of the free access of light, are formed as plainly for the nourishment, as well as tlie balancing of so large a Trunk, and also for furnishing...Thirdly, their superior thickness and induration of Hark is, in like manner, bestowed for the protection. of the sap vessels, that lie immediately under...
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On Naval Timber and Arboriculture: With Critical Notes on Authors who Have ...

Patrick Matthew - 1831 - 391 páginas
...strength to resist the winds, and a shorter lever to act upon the roots ; Secondly, their larger heads, with spreading branches, in consequence of the free...in like manner, bestowed for the protection of the sap-vessels that lie immediately under it, and which, without such defence from cold, could not perform...
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On naval timber and arboriculture

Patrick Matthew - 1831
...'Secondly, their larger heads, with spreading Branches, In consequence of the free access of light, ate 'formed as plainly for* the nourishment, as well as...in like manner, bestowed for the protection of the sap-vessels that lie immediately under it, and which, without such defence from cold, could not perform...
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A Treatise on the Nature of Trees, and the Pruning of Timber Trees: Showing ...

Stephen Ballard - 1833 - 67 páginas
...strength to resist the winds, and a shorter lever to act upon the roots. Secondly, their larger heads, with spreading branches, in consequence of the free...in like manner, bestowed for the protection of the sap-vessels, that lie immediately under it, and which, without such defence from cold, could not perform...
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A treatise on the nature of trees

Stephen Ballard (of Ledbury.) - 1833
...strength to resist the winds, and a shorter lever to act upon the roots. Secondly, their larger heads, with spreading branches, in consequence of the free...in like manner, bestowed for the protection of the sap-vessels, that lie immediately under it, and which, without such defence from cold, could not perform...
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A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to ...

Andrew Jackson Downing - 1844 - 497 páginas
...larger heads, with spreading branches, in consequence of the free access of light, are as plainly formed for the nourishment, as well as the balancing of so...in like manner, bestowed for the protection of the sap-vessels, that lie immediately under it, and which, without such defence from cold, could not perform...
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