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" Herbs or shrubs, 508 609 510 511 503 with a watery juice ; the leaves alternate, compound or divided, usually without stipules. Flowers perfect. Calyx of three to nine sepals, imbricated in one to several rows, often colored. Petals as many as the sepals... "
The Botanical Text-book: For Colleges, Schools, and Private Students - Page 339
by Asa Gray - 1845 - 509 pages
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A Synopsis of the British Flora: Arranged According to the Natural Orders ...

John Lindley - Botany - 1829 - 360 pages
...Juss. Calyx superior, with 2 bractea: at the base. Corolla with 4 or 8 petals, more or less united at the base. Stamens equal in number to the petals, and opposite to them. Ovarium 1-celled ; ovulum pendulous ; style 1 or none ; stigma simple. Fruit succulent, 1-celled....
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A Synopsis of the British Flora: Arranged According to the Natural Orders ...

John Lindley - Botany - 1829 - 360 pages
...Juss. Calyx superior, with 2 bracteae at the base. Corolla with 4 or 8 petals, more or less united at the base. Stamens equal in number to the petals, and opposite to them. Ovarium 1 -celled ; omtlum pendulous ; style 1 or none ; stigma simple. Fruit succulent, 1...
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An Introduction to the Natural System of Botany: Or, A Systematic View of ...

John Lindley - Botany - 1831 - 392 pages
...CHARACTER.— Calyx superior, with 2 bractcse at the base. Corolla with 4 or 8 petals, more or less united at the base. Stamens equal in number to the petals, and opposite to them. Ovarium 1-cellcd ; orulum pendulous j style 1 or none j stigma simple. fYuit succulent, 1-celled....
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Library of Useful Knowledge: Natural philosophy, Volume 4

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Science - 1838
...by recurved valves. Order l6.—Berberace<e. Sepals 3-4-6, in a double row. Petals sometimes with an appendage at the base. Stamens equal in number to the petals, and Opposite to them ; anthers opening elastically with a valve from the bottom to the top. Ovary solitary, 1-celled....
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The London flora

Alexander Irvine - Nature - 1838 - 340 pages
...white. Hedges ; not rare. Order LXL— LORANTIIA'CE^E. Petals three, four, or eight, more or less united at the base. Stamens equal in number to the petals, and opposite. Ovary one-celled, with a single pendulous ovule. Parasitical shrubby plants, with veinless, fleshy,...
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Elements of Botany, Structural, Physiological, Systematical, and Medical

John Lindley - Science - 1841 - 292 pages
...alternate, compound, usually without stipules. Sepals 3-4-6, in a double row. Petals sometimes with an appendage at the base. Stamens equal in number to the petals, and opposite to them ; anthers opening elastically with a valve from the bottom to the top. Ovary solitary, 1celled....
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Elements of Botany, Structural, Physiological, Systematical, and Medical

John Lindley - Science - 1841 - 292 pages
...alternate, compound, usually without stipules. Sepals 3-4-6, in a double row. Petals sometimes with an appendage at the base. Stamens equal in number to the petals, and opposite to them ; anthers opening elastically with a valve from the bottom to the top. Ovary solitary, 1celled....
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The Botanical Text-book: An Introduction to Scientific Botany, Both ...

Asa Gray - Botany - 1853 - 528 pages
...stupefying fishes. 711. Ord. BerberidacetC (the Barberry Family}. Herbs or shrubs, 508 609 510 511 503 with a watery juice ; the leaves alternate, compound...pod or berry in fruit. Seeds sometimes with an aril : enYbryo (often minute) surrounded with fleshy or horny albumen. — Ex. The Barberry (Fig. 503-511),...
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THE BOTICAL TEXT -BOOK

ASA gray m.d - 1853
...511 503 with a watery juice ; the leaves alternate, compound or divided, THE POLYPETALOUS ORDERS. 389 usually without stipules. Flowers perfect. Calyx of...them, or rarely more numerous ; anthers extrorse, the ceils commonly opening by an uplifted valve. Carpel solitary, often gibbous or oblique, forming a one-celled...
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Flowers of the field

Charles Alexander Johns - Nature - 1853
...petals either equal in number to the sepals, and opposite to them, or twice as many, often with a gland at the base ; stamens equal in number to the petals, and opposite to them ; anthers opening by a valve from the base upwards ; ovary solitary, 1-celled, 1 — 3-seeded,...
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