Natural History of New York Volume 5, V. 2

Natural History of New York Volume 5, V. 2

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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. 1849 edition. Excerpt: ...Baltic (PI. XXVII, fig. 7). Heads thick and heavy; chafFyellowish brown, bearded; beards moderately long. 6. Skinner's Club (PI. XXVII, fig. 9). Kernels clustered in whorls; chaff" greenish yellow, bearded. 7. Old Bearded Tuscany. Kernels clustered, and with long beards, greenish yellow; heads rather long. 8. Pale Red-chaff (PI. XXVII, fig. 11). Kernels thickly clustered; chaff pale brown, beardless; heads rather long. 9. Baltic Downy (PI. XXVII, fig. 13). Chaff brown, quite downy; heads long, beardless. 10. Old Black Bald (PI. XXVII, fig. 14). Kernels irregularly clustered; chaff brown, bearded. 11. Poland White Bald (PI. XXVII, fig. 15). Berry irregularly clustered; chaff greenish yellow, awned, or with shortish beards. 12. New Velvet-chaff (PI. XXVII, fig. 17). Kernels very thickly clustered, bearded. 13. Black Velvet-chaff (PI. XXVIII, fig. 5). Kernels closely set and thick; chaff very dark. 14. Bald Baltic. Kernels thickly set in regular rows; chaff light brown; heads thick, heavy. 15. Old White-flint (PI. XXVIII, fig. 10). Kernels clustered; chaff yellow, beardless; heads rather short. 16. Early Velvet-beard. Kernels clustered in whorls; heads long and yellow. 17. Italian Spring Wheat (PI. XXVIII, fig. 14). Kernels clustered, irregularly arranged upon the spike; chaff greenish yellow, thickly bearded. 18. Bearded Valparaiso. Kernels in rows, regularly arranged; head short and thick, bearded. 19. Washington Wheat (PI. XXIX). Heads very large and long; chaff brown; beards long; berry rather dark, but numerous, amounting to 70 or 80. 20. Verplanck Wheat. Heads quite large and beautiful; berry of the largest size. 21. Club Wheat, Pennsylvania Wheat (PI. XXIX). Heads short; kernels in regular roivs, bearded. 22. Spring Red-chaff (PI. XXIX)....show more

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  • Paperback | 98 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 191g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236601343
  • 9781236601346