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" ... most marked differences from each other and from the original wild plant. In most of the Cabbages, it is chiefly the leaves that are developed by cultivation ; these for the most part become imbricated or overlap one another closely, so as to form... "
The Vegetable Garden: Illustrations, Descriptions, and Culture of the Garden ... - Page 120
by Vilmorin-Andrieux et cie - 1920 - 805 pages
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Useful plants of the future: Some of the possibilities of economic botany ...

George Lincoln Goodale - Gardening - 1891 - 303 pages
...from the original wild plant. In most of the Cabbages, it is chiefly the leaves that are developed by cultivation ; these for the most part become imbricated...this way are known by the general name of Cabbages, while other kinds with large branching leaves which never form heads are distinguished by the name...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1892
...from the original wild plant. In most of the Cabbages, it is chiefly the leaves that are developed by cultivation; these for the most part become Imbricated...this way are known by the general name of Cabbages, while other kinds with large branching leaves which never form heads are distinguished by the name...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1892
...from the original wild plant. In most of the Cabbages, it is chiefly the leaves that are developed by cultivation; these for the most part become Imbricated...this way are known by the general name of Cabbages, while other kinds with large branching leaves which never form heads are distinguished by the name...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1892
...and from the original wild plant. In most of the cabbages it is chiefly the leaves that are developed by cultivation; these for the most part become imbricated...heads in this way are known by the general name of * Loc. tit., English edition, p. 10A. cabbages, while other kinds, with large branching leaves which...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 40

Technology - 1892
...of the cabbages it is chiefly the leaves that are developed by cultivation ; these for the most port become imbricated or overlap one another closely,...flattened, sometimes conical. All the varieties which form beads in this way are known by the general name of cabbages, while other kinds with large branching...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1892
...from the original wild plant. In most of the Cabbages, It is chiefly the leaves that are developed by cultivation; these for the most part become imbricated...to form a more or less compact head, the heart or iuterior of which is composed of the central undeveloped shoot and the younger leaves next it. The...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1893
...and from the original wild plant. In most of the cabbages it is chiefly the leaves that are developed by cultivation; these for the most part become imbricated...heads in this way are known by the general name of "Loc. ci(., English edition, p. 101. cabbages, while other kinds, with large branching leaves which...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1892
...from the original wild plant. In most of the Cabbages, it is chiefly the leaves that are developed by cultivation; these for the most part become Imbricated...undeveloped shoot and the younger leaves next it. The slmpe of the head is spherical, sometimes flattened, sometimes conical. All the varieties which form...
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Report of the Board of Regents

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1893
...and from the original wild plant. In most of the cabbages it is chiefly the leaves that are developed by cultivation; these for the most part become imbricated...heads in this way are known by the general name of * Loc. oil., Euglish edition, p. lOt. cabbages, while other kinds, with large branching leaves which...
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Report of the Board of Regents, Volume 46

Discoveries in science - 1893
...and from the original wild plant. In most of the cabbages it is chiefly the leaves that are developed by cultivation; these for the most part become imbricated...sometimes flattened, sometimes conical. All the varieties wl>> ^Mbrrn 1],^B *n tn's way are known by the general name of , Euglish edition, p. lOt. cabbages,...
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