The Vegetable Kingdom

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He says that certain acid fluids constantly yield Monilias, and that certain alkaline
mixtures equally produce Botrytis. Ann. da Sc. "2 scr. 1. 30. For a description of
the gradual development of au Agaric, see this ingenious observer's Memoir in
the Nour. Ann. du. M us. vol. iii. р. 76. For the views of Unger upon spurious Fungi
, which he considers nothing but morbid conditions (ernptions) of vegetable
matter, see the Ann. des Sc. vol. ii. n. а. 209; and Berkeley's remarks thereupon,
in Hook, ...

The Vegetable Kingdom Second Edition With Corrections And Additional Genera

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Ann. du Mus. vol. iii. p. 76. For the views of Unger upon spurious Fungi, which he
considers nothing but morbid conditions (eruptions) of vegetable matter, see the
Ann. des Sc. vol. ii. n. s. 209; and Berkeley's remarks thereupon, in Hook, Brit. Fl.
vol. ii. pt. 2, p. 361. Since, however, the remarks of Unger were published,
Léveillé and Corda, almost at the same time, and quite independently of each
other, made their discovery of the Mycelium of Uredines and Puccinite, and
Corda has ...

The Vegetable Kingdom Or The Structure Classification And Uses Of Plants

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Ann. du Miis. vol. iii. p. 76. For the views of Ungcr upon spurious Fungi, which he
considers nothing but morbid conditions (eruptions) of vegetable matter, see the
Ann. det Sc. vol. ii. n. i. 209 ; and Berkeley's remarks thereupon, in Hook, Brit. Fl.
vol. ii. pt. 2, p. 361. Since, however, the remarks of linger were published,
LeveiHe" and Corda, almost at the same time, and quite independently of each
other, made their discovery of the Mycelium of Uredines and Puccinue, and
Corda has ...

The Vegetable Kingdom Or The Structure Classification And Uses Of Plants

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He says that certain acid fluids constantly yield Monilias, and that certain alkaline
mixtures equally produce Dotrytis. Ann. da Sc. 2 ter. 1.30. For a description of the
gradual development of an Agaric, see this ingenious observer's Memoir in the
Nouv. Ann. du Mini. vol. iii. p. 76. For the views of Ungcr upon spurious Fungi,
which he considers nothing but morbid conditions (eruptions) of vegetable matter
, see the Ann. da Sc. vol. ii. n. *. 209 ; and Berkeley's remarks thereupon, in /look,
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The Vegetable Kingdom

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The plant, having been surrounded by the soft, or fluid, materials, of which the
sand-stone has been since formed, its internal succulent part would soon waste
away, and its place be filled with the soft magma; whilst the more solid and ligIn ...
the other six feet and a half in length. Reference to Dr. Woodward's Catalogue
shows that Mr. Da Costa was mistaken ; the specimens,. * Philosophical
Transactions, Vol. L. Part I. p. 231. VOL. I. 3 I, * Catalogue of English Fossils, Part
II. p. 104. q.

Elements Of Natural History Invertebrata Vegetable Kingdom Mineral Kingdom

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... of smell and sight, and many appear to be guided only by the sense of touch.
The sexes, besides, are in many groups united in the same individuals, and in
others the species is continued by a process analogous to the budding of
vegetables. VOL. II. A The animals of this division are but feebly endowed with
ELEMENTS ...

The Treasury Of Botany A Popular Dictionary Of Vegetable Kingdom With Which Is Incorporated A Glossary Of Botanical Terms Edited By John Lindley And Thomas Moore

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VOL. IL Svo. completing the work. [In the press. 0n CHRONIC BRONCHITIS,
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The Effects Of Cross And Self Fertilisation In The Vegetable Kingdom

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This plant, the scarlet-runner of English gardeners and the P. l'0CCi7l€1Ls of
Lamarck, originally came from Mexico, as I am informed by Mr. Bentham. ... a pod
of seed has always rewarded me for my trouble, the adjoining flowers not so
served having all proved blind.” I do not know to what species this statement
refers. 1' The flowers have been described by Dclpino, and in an admirable
manner by Mr. Farrer in the 'Annals and Mag. of Nat. Hist.' vol. ii. (4th series) Oct.
1868, p. 256.