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" The stamens follow the same laws of successive developement as leaves ; and, consequently, if their arrangement be normal, they will be either equal in number to the petals, and alternate with them, or, if more numerous, some regular multiple of the petals. "
North American Botany: Comprising the Native and Common Cultivated Plants ... - Page 535
by Amos Eaton, John Wright (M. D.) - 1840 - 625 pages
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Flora Scotica; Or, a Description of Scottish Plants: Arranged Both According ...

Sir William Jackson Hooker - Botanic - 1821 - 6 pages
...(Crassulacece, Juss.) Cut. inferior, of one piece, many-cleft. Cor. sometimes monopetalous. Stamens either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or twice as many, half alternate and half opposite. Ovaries equal in number to the petals. Disk hypogynous....
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Flora scotia; or a description of Scottish plants arranged both ..., Volume 2

Sir William Jackson Hooker - 1821 - 589 pages
...(Crassulacece, Juss.) Cal. inferior, of one piece, many-cleft. Cor. sometimes monopetalous. Stamens either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or twice as many, half alternate and half opposite. Ovaries equal in number to ihe petals. Disk hypogynous....
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A Synopsis of the British Flora: Arranged According to the Natural Orders ...

John Lindley - Botany - 1829 - 360 pages
...persistent, equal, with an imbricate aestivation. Petals 5, hypogynous. Stamens distinct, withering, either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or 2 3 or 4 times as many. Omnium single ; styles 3-5, either wholly distinct, or slightly connected at...
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A Synopsis of the British Flora: Arranged According to the Natural Orders ...

John Lindley - Botany - 1829 - 360 pages
...with the sepals, hypogynous, unguiculate, with appendages at the base of the limb. Stamens hypogynous, either equal in number to the petals, and alternate with them, or having a tendency to double the number. Anthers roundish, versatile. Ovarium superior. Style filiform,...
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An Introduction to the Natural System of Botany: Or, A Systematic View of ...

John Lindley - Botany - 1831 - 392 pages
...persistent, equal, with an imbricate estivation. Petals 5, hyp. "jynous. Stamens distinct, withering, either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or 2, 3, or 4 times as many. Otarium single ; styles 3-5, either wholly distinct, or slightly connected...
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Botany of the Northern and Middle States: Or, A Description of the Plants ...

Lewis Caleb Beck - Botany - 1833 - 471 pages
...persistent, equal, with an imbricate aestivation. Petals 5, hypogynous. Stamens distinct, withering, either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or'. or 3 or 4 times as many. Ovary single. Styles 3—5, ei'h' r wholly distinct or slightly connected...
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Botany of the Northern and Middle States: Or, A Description of the Plants ...

Lewis Caleb Beck - Botany - 1833 - 471 pages
...persistent, equal, with an imbricate aostivation. Petals 5, hypogynous. Stamens distinct, withering, either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or 2 or 3 or 4 times as many. Ovary single. Styles 3 — 5, either wholly distinct or slightly connected...
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Prodromus Florae Peninsulae Indiae Orientalis: containing abridged ...

Robert Wight, George Arnott Walker Arnott - Botany - 1834 - 480 pages
...like a lid. Petals equal to the segments of the calyx, perigynous, twisted in aestivation. Stamens either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or usually twice as many, the alternate ones of a different shape and perhaps never with fertile pollen...
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Prodromus Florę Peninsulę Indię Orientalis: Containing Abridged ..., Volume 1

Robert Wight, George Arnott Walker Arnott - Plants - 1834 - 480 pages
...like a lid. Petals equal to the segments of the calyx, perigynous, twisted in aestivation. Stamens either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or usually twice as many, the alternate ones of a different shape and perhaps never with fertile pollen...
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A key to structural, physiological, and systematic botany

John Lindley - 1835
...same laws of successive developement as leaves ; and, consequently, if their arrangement be normal, they will be either equal in number to the petals, and alternate with them, or, if more numerous, some regular multiple of the petals. 309. If they are twice the number of petals, two...
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