The Families of Plants; With Their Natural Characters, According to the Number, Figure, Situation, and Proportion of All of the Parts of Fructificatio

The Families of Plants; With Their Natural Characters, According to the Number, Figure, Situation, and Proportion of All of the Parts of Fructificatio

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1787 edition. Excerpt: ...DHL etth. 246. Grossu Jaria Gooseberry-bournes. 409. Currant. Cal. Perianth oneileaved, half-fivecleft, bellied: the divisions oblong, concave, colour'd, reflected, permanent. Cor. Pefak five, small, obtuse, erect, growing on the margin of the calyxJ Stam Filaments five, awl'd, erect, inserted into the calyx; AEthers incumbent, compress'd, gaping at the margin. Pist. Gerifi roundish, beneath. Style two-cleft. Stigma obtuse; Per. Berry globular, navel'd, one-cell'd/ Receptacle. two, lateral, opposite, longitudinal. Seeds very numerous, roundish, subcompress'd. Qb-. R. Alpinum' (alpine) is a plant of two-houses, de Leers Fl. herborn. R. 282. GRONtfVIA. f Mart. IV. P. 42. Cal. Perianth one-leaved, fivecleft, beyond the middle, bell'd, cor lour'd, permanent: the divisions femilanced, erect. Cor. Petals five, the most minute of all, roundish, from the interstices of tb.e ca!y. Stam. Filaments five, capillary, the length of the corol, inserted into the calyx, alternate with the petals. Ambers erect, twin. Pist. Germ beneath. Style thread-form, longer than the stamens. Stigma obtuse. Per. Berry dry, roundish, colour'd, o: ic-cell'd. Seed one, roundish, laige. i2j)6. AQUILICIA. f Cal. Perianth one-leaved, top-shape, five-tooth'd, very short. Cor Petals five, egg'd, sessile. Neflary pitcher'd, shorter than the corol: with five scales doubled and as many others single, the less, ones interposed. Stam. Filaments five, the length of the calyx, inserted into the interior base of the nectary. Anthers hearted, acute. Pist. Germ nearly egg?d. Style cylindric, the tength of the Nectary. Stigma obtuse. Per. Berry roundish, fivc-wreath?d, five-cell'd. Seeds solitary. Obs. The calyx is fivi-dcft. Sy/l. Veg. 202. R. 283. HEDERA. Tcurnef. 384. Ivy. Cal..show more

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  • Paperback | 134 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 254g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236621026
  • 9781236621023