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" ... bundles ; or the increased size of the coming leaf-bud will snap them ; or, if these causes are not in operation, a gust of wind, a heavy shower, or even the simple weight of the lamina, will be enough to disrupt the small connections and send the... "
The Botanical Text-book: An Introduction to Scientific Botany, Both ... - Page 177
by Asa Gray - 1853 - 528 pages
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The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste, Volume 4

Gardening - 1850
...fibru-vascular bundles; or the increased size of the coming leaf-bud will snap them ; or if these causes arc not in operation, a gust of wind, a heavy shower,...enough to disrupt the small connections, and send the «uicidal member to its grave. Such is the history of the fall of the leaf. We have found that it is...
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Introduction to Structural and Systematic Botany, and Vegetable Physiology ...

Asa Gray - Botany - 1862 - 555 pages
...condensed into what appears like a prolongation of the epidermis, so that, when the leaf separate's, "the tree does not suffer from the effects of an open...the leaf. We have found that it is not an accidental oceurrence, arising simply from the vicissitudes of temperature and the like, but a regular and vital...
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Introduction to structural and systematic botany and vegetable physiology ...

Asa Gray - Science - 1866 - 555 pages
...by causing an effort of torsion, will readily break tlirough the small remains of the fibre-vascular bundles ; or the increased size of the coming leaf-bud...history of the fall of the leaf. We have found that it ia not an accidental occurrence, arising simply from the vicissitudes of temperature and the like,...
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A manual of botany

Robert Bentley - 1882
...not in operation, a gust of wind, a heavy shower, or even the simple weight of the lamina, will bo enough to disrupt the small connections and send the suicidal member to the grave. Such is the history of the fall of the leaf.' 8. Derelopmi'tit of Le« re* »>• Phyllomrx....
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Physiological Botany

George Lincoln Goodale - Botany - 1885 - 535 pages
...libro-vascular bundles ; or the increased size of the coining leaf-bud will snap them ; or, if these causes arc not in operation, a gust of wind, a heavy shower,...suicidal member to its grave. Such is the history of the fnll of the leaf. We have found that it is not an accidental occurrence, arising simply from the vieissitudes...
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Physiological botany

George Lincoln Goodale - 1885 - 535 pages
...usually takes place at the base of the petiole, so that the surface of the scar is even with the 1 "The provision for the separation being once complete,...grave. Such is the history of the fall of the leaf. We havo found that it is not an accidental occurrence, arising simply from the vicissitudes of temperature...
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The botanical text-book, by A. Gray (G.L. Goodale).

Asa Gray, George Lincoln Goodale - 1885
...by causing an effort of torsion, will readily break through the small remains of the fibro-vascnlar bundles ; or the increased size of the coming leaf-bud...grave. Such is the history of the fall of the leaf. AVe have found that it is not an accidental occurrence, arising simply from the vicissitudes of temperature...
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Physiological Botany: I. Outlines of the Histology of Phænogamous ..., Volume 2

George Lincoln Goodale - Botany - 1885 - 499 pages
...fibro-vascnlar bundles ; or the increased size of the coming leaf-bud will snap them ; or, if these causes nre not in operation, a gust of wind, a heavy shower,...the small connections and send the suicidal member to~its grave. Such is the history of the fall of the leaf. We have found that it is not an accidental...
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Physiological botany: I. outlines of the histology of phaenogamous plants

George Lincoln Goodale - Botany - 1885 - 194 pages
...not in operation, a gust of wind, a heavy shower, or even the simple weight of the lamina, will he enough to disrupt the small connections and send the...suicidal member to its grave. Such is the history of the f«ll of the leaf. We have found that it is not an accidental occurrence, arising simply from the vicissitudes...
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Physiological Botany: An Abridgement of The Students' Guide to Structural ...

Robert Bentley - Plant physiology - 1886 - 292 pages
...it requires little to effect it ; a desiccation of one side of the leaf-stalk, by causing an effect of torsion, will readily break through the small remains...small connections and send the suicidal member to the grave. Such is the history of the fall of the leaf." (8) Development of Leaves. — Leaves and...
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