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" Structure, In the second case the new woody matter is intermingled with the old, or deposited towards the centre, which becomes more and more occupied with the woody threads as the stem grows older; and increase in diameter, so far as it depends on the... "
The Botanical Text-book: For Colleges, Schools, and Private Students - Page 71
by Asa Gray - 1845 - 509 pages
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THE BOTICAL TEXT -BOOK

ASA gray m.d - 1853
...case the new woody matter is intermingled with the old, or deposited towards the centre, which becomes more and more occupied with the woody threads as the...to exhibit the ENDOGENOUS structure or growth ; and such plants are called ENDOGENOUS PLANTS, or ENDOGENS ; literally, insidegrowers. 188. The two great...
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The Botanical Text-book: An Introduction to Scientific Botany, Both ...

Asa Gray - Botany - 1853 - 528 pages
...case the new woody matter is intermingled with the old, or deposited towards the centre, which becomes more and more occupied with the woody threads as the...to exhibit the ENDOGENOUS structure or growth ; and such plants are called ENDOGENOUS PLANTS, or ENDOGENS ; literally, insidegrowers. 188. The two great...
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The Farmer's Scientific Manual

Georgia. Dept. of Agriculture, Thomas P. Janes - Agriculture - 1878 - 168 pages
...next to the bark, but " is intermingled with the old, or deposited towards the centre, which becomes more and more occupied with the woody threads as the stem grows older ; and the increase in diameter, so far as it depends upon the formation of new wood, generally takes place...
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The Grasses of Tennessee: Including Cereals and Forage Plants

Joseph Buckner Killebrew - Forage plants - 1878 - 511 pages
...newly formed woody matter is intermingled with the old, or deposited towards the center, which becomes more and more occupied with the woody threads as the stem grows older, and the increase in diameter takes place by gradual distension of the whole ; such plants are called endogens,...
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