The Natural History of Plants Volume 1

The Natural History of Plants Volume 1

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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. 1871 edition. Excerpt: ... valvate leaves.2 The stamens are indefinite, surmounted by a truncate prolongation of the connective. the specific name which he proposed. said, there would be no doubt no reason for 1 Hooe. P., Niger, 207.--Benth., Linn. hesitating to suppress the genus Cyathocalyx if Trans., xxiii. 466.--Mm., Ann. Mus. Lugd. Bat., its flowers were borne on fasciate hooked axes, ii. 43.--Oliv. Fl. of Trap. Mr, 27. since unicarpellary species are admitted in the Hooe. F. & Thoms., Fl. Ind., i. 127.--genera Bocagea, Unona, &c. As for the cha Tnw., Enum. PI. Zeyl., 9.--Benth., Fl. Cont racter derived from the depth of the calyx, which Jcong., 10. has given its name to the genus, it is of no great 3 Bl., op. cit., 59, t. 28-31.--Miq., Fl. Ind.-value, since it may vary as much in several genera Bat., i. p. ii. 38; Suppl., i. 154; Ann. Mus. otherwise perfectly natural, such as Unona, &c. Lugd. Bat., ii. 38, 43.--Warm., Rep., i. 80; Moreover, we should not forget that in certain Ann., ii. 19; iv. 63; vii. 53. species of Artabotrys the axis of the inflorescence 4 C. zeylanicus Champ., ex Hooe. F. & is not, or at least is not constantly, hooked and Thoms., Fl. Ind., i. 126.--B. H., Gen., M, n. flattened. 9.--Walp., Ann., iv. 63.--H. Bn., Adansonia, 7 A. DC, Mem., 36, t. 5, A.--Endl., Gen., viii. 312, 341. n. 4718.--B. H., Gen., 24, 956, n. 11.--H. Bn., 5 There are usually five or six in each row. Adansonia, viii. 312, 332, 341 (nee A. S. H. & 6 The flower is on the whole quite that of Tul., Ann. Sc. Nat., ser. 2, xvii. 133). Hexalobus grandiflorvs. The number of carpels is also indefinite, but small.3 Each ovary contains an indefinite number of ovules in two parallel rows,4 and is surmounted by a style with two lateral papillate lobes, with the edges...show more

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  • Paperback | 186 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 340g
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  • English
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  • 1236610814
  • 9781236610812