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Bøker Bok 110 av 12The central organ of the flower, whose base becomes the pericarp and seed. 5. Pericarp....
" 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.... "
Botanical Exercises, Including Directions, Rules and Descriptions ... - Side 9
av Amos Eaton - 1820 - 171 sider
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Manual of Botany, for North America: Containing Generic and Specific ...

Amos Eaton - 1829 - 514 sider
...the seed, whether pod, shell, bag, o: pulpy substance. •. Seed. The essential part, which contains the rudiment of a new plant. 7. Receptacle The base which sustains the other six parts, being : the end of the flower-stem. SUBDIVISIONS or THE CALTX. Every calyx is either monophyllous, consisting...
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The Naturalist, Volumer 1-2

1831
...seed. 5. Pericarp. The covering of the seed, whether pod, shell, bag or pulpy substance. 6. Se«d. The essential part containing the rudiment of a new plant. 7. Receptacle. The end of the stem where all the other parts of the flower are inserted. All the known vegetable productions...
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Flora's Interpreter, Or The American Book of Flowers and Sentiments

Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - 1832 - 223 sider
...or seed. 5. PERICARP — The covering of the seed; whether pod, shell, bag, or pulpy substance. 6. SEED— The essential part, containing the rudiment...sustains the other six parts, being at the end of the stem. Any accidental appendage if called a nectary. The forms and positions of theuo organs, and of...
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The Naturalist, Volum 1

1831
...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 end of the stem where all the other parts of the flower are inserted. All the known vegetable productions...
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Manual of Botany for North America: Containing Generic and Specific ...

Amos Eaton - 1836 - 672 sider
...whether pod, shell, bag, or pulpy substance. 6. Seed. The essential part, which contains the rudiments of a new plant. 7. Receptacle. The base which sustains the other six parts, being at the end of the flower stem. SUBDIVISIONS OF THE CALTJ. Every calyx is either monophyllous, consisting of one leaf;...
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The Book of Flowers

Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - 1836 - 372 sider
...whether pod, shell, bag, or pulpy substance. 6. Seed. The essential part, containing the rudiments of a • new plant. 7. Receptacle. The base which...sustains the other six parts, being at the end of the stem. Any accidental appendage is a nectary. The forms and positions of these organs, and of no other...
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Manual of Botany for North America: Containing Generic and Specific ...

Amos Eaton - 1836 - 797 sider
...whether pod, shell, bag, or pnlpy substance. 6. Seed. The essential part, which contains the rudiments of a new plant. 7. Receptacle. The base which sustains the other six parts, being at the end of tbe flower stem. SUBDIVISIONS OF THE CALTI. Every calyx is either mnnopkyllous, consisting of one leaf;...
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Manual of Botany for North America: Containing Generic and Specific ...

Amos Eaton - 1836 - 797 sider
...bag, or pul6. Seed. The essential part, which contains the rudiments of a new plant. 7. Recepticie, The base which sustains the other six parts, being at the end of the flower stem. SUBDIVISIONS or THE CALII. ETCTJ calyx if either monophyllous, consisting of one leaf;...
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Flora's Interpreter: Or, The American Book of Flowers and Sentiments

Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - 1838 - 262 sider
...seed, whether pod, shell, bag, or pulpy substance. 6 Seed. The essential part, containing the rudiments of a new plant. 7. Receptacle. The base which sustains the other six parts, being at the end of the stem. Any accidental appendage is a nectary. The form and positions of these organs, and of no other...
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North American Botany: Comprising the Native and Common Cultivated Plants ...

Amos Eaton, John Wright (M.D.) - 1840 - 625 sider
...plant. 8. Placenta. A cellular substance to which seeds are attached, and from which they originate. 9. Receptacle. The base which sustains the other six parts, being at the end of the flower stem. It is called tona, when a thickened mass. , SDH-DIVISIONS OF tHE CALYX. Every calyx is...
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