Botanical Exercises, Including Directions, Rules and Descriptions, Calculated to Aid Pupils in the Analysis of Plants: With a Labelling Catalogue, for the Assistance of Teachers

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Websters & Skinners, 1820 - 171 sider
 

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Side 2 - Co. of the said district, have deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof they claim as proprietors, in the words following, to wit : " Tadeuskund, the Last King of the Lenape. An Historical Tale." In conformity to the Act of the Congress of the United States...
Side 51 - HYPER"ICUM. Calyx 5-parted; divisions equal, sub-ovate ; corolla 5-petalled ; filaments often united at the base in 3 or 5 sets ; styles 2 to 5 ; capsules membranaceous, roundish, with a number of cells equal to the number of styles.
Side 9 - The mealy or glutinous knobs in the flower, with or without filaments. 4. Pistil. — The central organ of the flower, whose base becomes the pericarp and seed. 5. Pericarp. — The covering of the seed, whether pod, shell, bag, or pulpy substance. 6. Seed. — The essential part, containing the rudiment of a new plant.
Side 9 - The central organ of the flower, whose base becomes the pericarp and seed. 5. Pericarp. — The covering of the seed, whether pod, shell, bag, or pulpy substance. 6. Seed. — The essential part, containing the rudiment of a new plant. 7. Receptacle. — The base which sustains the other six parts, being at the end of the flower-stem.
Side 54 - Brassica. Calyx erect, converging : partition extending beyond the valves of the silique : seed globose : glands between the short stamens and pistil, and between the long stamens and calyx.
Side 100 - Ju. 1\.) pubescent ; stem nearly simple ; leaves sub-sessile, lanceolate, entire or toothed ; lower ones sub-pinnatifid, gashed ; flowers axillary, opposite, sub-sessile. 2 — 3. f.
Side 25 - Umbelliferous plants of the aquatic kind and a nauseous scent are always poisonous. As, water-hemlock, cow-parsley. But if the smell is pleasant, and they grow in dry land, they are not poisonous. As, fennel, dill, coriander.
Side 52 - Calyx 5-leaved ; petals 5, with claws, and a nectariferous pore or scale on the inside of each; seeds without tails, naked, numerous, (crow-foot.) Some mistake an extra tegument for a capsule.
Side 9 - The colored blossom of the flower, within or above the calyx. 3. Stamens. The mealy or glutinous knobs, generally on the ends of slender filaments. 4. Pistil. The central organ of a flower ; the base of this becomes the pericarp or seed. 5. Pericarp. The covering of the seed, whether pod, shell, bag, or pulpy substance. 6. Seed. The essential part, containing the rudiments of a new plant.
Side 91 - M. if.) stem leafy ; lobe of the style triangular-oblong, obtuse ; outer petals oblongovate, acuminate ; inner ones very long, linear, contorted; lip compressed, shorter than the petals. specta'lnle, (gay ladies

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