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A Flora of North America: Containing Abridged Descriptions of All the Known ... - Page 557
by John Torrey, Asa Gray - 1838
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A grammar of botany, illustrative of artificial, as well as natural ...

James Edward Smith (sir.) - 1821
...them ; or more rarely the Corolla is monopetalous, either tubular, or deeply divided. Stamens either as many as the Petals, and alternate with them, or twice as many, inserted alternately into their claws, and into the base of the Calyx. Anthers roundish. Germens several, equal...
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A Grammar of Botany: Illustrative of Artificial, as Well as Natural ...

Sir James Edward Smith, Antione Laurent de Jussieu - Botany - 1826 - 240 pages
...them ; or more rarely the Corolla is monopetalous, either tubular, or deeply divided. Stamens either as many as the Petals, and alternate with them, or twice as many, inserted alternately into their claws, and into the base of the Calyx. Anthers roundish. Germens several, equal...
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A Report on the Trees and Shrubs Growing Naturally in the Forests of ...

George Barrell Emerson - Trees - 1846 - 547 pages
...of the same number, are inserted, as are the stamens, into the bottom of the calyx ; the stamens are as many as the petals and alternate with them, or twice as many or more, sometimes sterile, anthers opening inwards. Ovary solitary, free, 1-celled ; styles 1 or 3,...
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A Class-book of Botany, Designed for Colleges, Academies, and Other ...

Alphonso Wood - Botany - 1848 - 645 pages
...united at base, persistent. Cor. Petals as many аз the sepals, distinct, rarely cohering. Sla. as many as the petals and alternate with them, or twice as many. Ova. as many as the petals and opposite them. Fil. distinct. Anth. 2-celled, bursting lengthwise. FT....
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A Class-book of Botany: Designed for Colleges, Academies and ..., Parts 1-2

Alphonso Wood - Botany - 1856 - 645 pages
...less united at base, persistent. Cor. Petals as mnnyas the sepals, distinct, rarely cohering. Sta. as many as the petals and alternate with them, or twice as many. Ova. as many as the petal* ami opposite them. Fll. distinct, Anth. a celled, bursting lengthwise. Fr....
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How Plants Grow

Asa Gray - Botany - 1858 - 233 pages
...stigmas 3, PURSLANE F. 130 Sepals as many as the petals : style single: stigma one, PRIMROSE F. 173 Stamens as many as the petals and alternate with them, or twice as many, or of some unequal number. Calyx with its tube adherent to the surface of the ovary. Stamens 3, united...
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Botany for young people and common schools: How plants grow, a simple ...

Asa Gray - Science - 1858
...stigmas 3, PURSLANE F. 130 Sepals as many as the petals : style single: stigma one, PRIMROSE F. 173 Stamens as many as the petals and alternate with them, or twice as many, or of some unequal number. Calyx with its tube adherent to the surface of the ovary. Stamens 3, united...
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American weeds and useful plants: being a second and illustrated edition of ...

William Darlington, George Thurber - Botany, Economic - 1859 - 460 pages
...falling very early. Shrubs. Calyx larger, its divisions 4-5. Herbs. Sepals 2 : petals 5 : stigmas 3. Stamens as many as the petals and alternate with them, or twice as many, or of some unequal number. Calyx-tube adhering to the surface of the ovary, Stamens more or less united...
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An Elementary Course of Botany: Structural, Physiological and Systematic

Arthur Henfrey - Botany - 1870 - 708 pages
...with them, distinct or united below, emerging from the bottom of the calyx, imbricated in aestivation. Stamens as many as the petals and alternate with them, or twice as many (in 2 circles), free or adherent to the (coherent) petals. Ovaries: carpels in a circle, as ranny as...
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How Plants Grow: A Simple Introduction to Structural Botany, with a Popular ...

Asa Gray - Botany - 1877 - 233 pages
...stigmas 3, PURSLANE F. 130 Sepals as many as the petals: style single: stigma one, PRIMROSE F. 173 - Stamens as many as the petals and alternate with them, or twice as many, or of some unequal number. Calyx with its tube adherent to the surface of the ovary. Stamens 3, united...
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