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" In a flower-bud, the appendages or leaves are in that imperfectly formed, contracted state which we name "calyx," corolla, stamens, and pistils; and the central part around which they are arranged has itself no tendency to elongate under the influence... "
The new and improved practical gardener, and modern horticulturist ... - Página 248
por Charles McIntosh - 1839 - 972 páginas
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents ..., Volumen8,Parte4

United States. Congress. House
...in that imperfectly formed, contracted state which we name "calyx," corolla-, stamens, and pittils; and the central part around which they are arranged...sepals and petals instead of leaves. It is, therefore, easy to be understood why, so long as all the motions in the fluids and secretions of a tree go on...
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A guide to the orchard and kitchen garden; or, An account of ... fruit and ...

George Lindley - 1831
...in that imperfectly formed, contracted state, which we name calyx, corolla, stamens, and pistilla ; and the central part around which they are arranged...under the influence of the usual stimulants. Hence, a flower bud, or flower, is nothing but a contracted branch ; as is proved by the occasional elongation...
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A Guide to the Orchard and Fruit Garden: Or, An Account of the Most Valuable ...

George Lindley - 1831 - 601 páginas
...in that imperfectly formed, contracted state, which we name calyx, corolla, stamens, and pistilla ; and the central part around which they are arranged...under the influence of the usual stimulants. Hence, a flower bud, or flower, is nothing but a contracted branch ; as is proved by the occasional elongation...
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The Pomological Manual: Or, a Treatise on Fruits ; Containing Descriptions ...

William Prince - 1831 - 416 páginas
...in that imperfectly formed, contracted state, which we name calyx, corolla, stamens, and pistilla ; and the central part around which they are arranged,...under the influence of the usual stimulants. Hence, a flower bud, or flower, is nothing but a contracted branch ; as is proved by the occasional elongation...
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The Orchard: Including the Management of Wall and Standard Fruit Trees, and ...

Charles McIntosh - 1839 - 420 páginas
...are in that imperfectly formed, contracted state, which we name calyx, corolla, stamen, and pisfflla; and the central part around which they are arranged...elongate under the influence of the usual stimulants. It is, therefore, easily to be understood why, so long as the motions in the fluids and secretions...
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A Guide to the Orchard and Fruit Garden: Or An Account of the Most Valuable ...

George Lindley - 1852 - 420 páginas
...in that imperfectly formed, contracted state, which we name calyx, corolla, stamens, and pistilla ; and the central part around which they are arranged...under the influence of the usual stimulants. Hence a flower bud or flower, is nothing but a contracted branch ; as is proved by the occasional elongation...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents

United States. Patent Office - 1858
...in that imperfectly formed, contracted state which we name "calyx," corolla, stamens, and pittils; and the central part around which they are arranged...sepals and petals instead of leaves. It is, therefore, easy to be understood why, so long as all the motions in the fluids and secretions of a tree go on...
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and ..., Volumen11

United States. Congress. Senate - 1858
...are in that imperfectly formed, contracted state which we name "calyx," corona, stamens, and pietils; and the central part around which they are arranged...sepals and petals instead of leaves. It is. therefore, easy to be understood why, so long as all the motions in the fluids and secretions of a tree go on...
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Report of the Commissioner of Patents

United States. Patent Office - 1857
...the effect of producing flower-buds in abundance. This circumstance, which at first sight seems to be difficult to account for physiologically, is no doubt...sepals and petals instead of leaves. It is. therefore, easy to be understood why, so long as all the motions in the fluids and secretions of a tree go on...
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