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" Herbs or shrubs, with alternate or opposite leaves. — Calyx of four or five more or less united sepals, either free from or more or less adherent to the ovary, persistent. Petals as many as the sepals, rarely wanting. Stamens as many, commonly twice... "
Introduction to Structural and Systematic Botany and Vegetable Physiology - Page 434
by Asa Gray - 1875 - 555 pages
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The Botanical Text-book ...

Asa Gray - Botany - 1842 - 413 pages
...life. ORDEB 65. SAXIFRAGACE.E. Herbs or shrubs, with alternate or opposite leaves. — Calyx of 4 or 5 more or less united sepals, either free from or more...many as the sepals, rarely wanting. Stamens as many, commonly twice as many, or rarely 3 or 4 times as many as the sepals. Ovaries mostly 2 (sometimes 3...
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The Botanical Text-book: For Colleges, Schools, and Private Students

Asa Gray - Botany - 1845 - 509 pages
...in the most exposed and sun-burnt places ; and are very tenacious of life. ORDER 65. SAXIFRAGACEjE. Herbs or shrubs, with alternate or opposite leaves....many as the sepals, rarely wanting. Stamens as many, commonly twice as many, or rarely three or four times as many, as the sepals. Ovaries mostly two (sometimes...
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The Botanical Text-book: For Colleges, Schools, and Private Students

Asa Gray - Botany - 1845 - 509 pages
...in the most exposed and sun-burnt places ; and are very tenacious of life. ORDER 65. SAXIFRAGACE^E. Herbs or shrubs, with alternate or opposite leaves....many as the sepals, rarely wanting. Stamens as many, commonly twice as many, or rarely three or four times as many, as the sepals. Ovaries mostly two (sometimes...
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Agricultural botany: an enumeration and description of useful plants and ...

William Darlington - Botany, Economic - 1847 - 270 pages
...5, persistent, more or less connected with each other, and often more or less adherent to the ovary. Petals as many as the sepals— rarely wanting. Stamens as many — or more commonly twice as many (rarely fewer, or 3 or Ď times, as oiany) — as the petals, and inserted...
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The Botanical Text-book: An Introduction to Scientific Botany, Both ...

Asa Gray - Botany - 1853 - 528 pages
...places : of no economical importance. EXOGENOUS OR DICOTYLEDONOUS PLANTS. 795. Ord. Saxifragaeere (the Saxifrage Family). Herbs or shrubs, with alternate...many as the sepals, rarely wanting. Stamens as many, commonly twice as many, or rarely three or four times as many, as the sepals, perigynous. Ovaries mostly...
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FLORA CESTRICA

1853
...5, persistent, more or less connected with each other, and often partially adherent to the ovary ; petals as many as the sepals, rarely wanting ; stamens as many, or more commonly twice as many, as the petals, and inserted with them on the calyx ; pistils usually 2,...
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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
...4-5, persistent, more or less connected with each other, and often more or less adherent to the ovary. Petals as many as the sepals,— rarely wanting. Stamens as many — or more commonly twice as many as the petals, and inserted with them into the throat of the calyx. Ovaries...
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Flora of the southern United States: containing abridged descriptions of the ...

Alvan Wentworth Chapman, Daniel Cady Eaton - Botany - 1860 - 621 pages
...Sept. ORDKR 64. SAXIFRAGACE^E. (SAXIFRAGE FAMILY.) Calyx of 4 - 5 more or less united sepals, free, or more or less adherent to the ovary, persistent....as the sepals, rarely wanting. Stamens as many, or 2-4 times as many, inserted with the petals on the calyx. Ovaries 2 or sometimes 3-4, commonly united...
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The Naturalists' directory. (F.W. Putnam, ed.). North America and the West ...

Salem Mass, Essex inst - 1866
...ORDER XXVII. SAXIFRAGACE,^. Herbs, shrubs, or trees, with alternate or opposite leaves. Calyx of 4-5 more or less united sepals, either free from or more...as the sepals, rarely wanting. Stamens as many or usually twice as many or more, peiigynous. Ovaries or cells mostly 2 (but in our plant 5) usually united...
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Proceedings of the Essex Institute, Volumes 5-6

Science - 1868
...shrubs, or trees, with alternate or opposite leaves. Calyx of 4-5 more or less united sepals, cither free from or more or less adherent to the ovary, persistent....as the sepals, rarely wanting. Stamens as many or usually twice as many or more, pt'rigyuous. Ovaries or cells mostly 2 (but in our .plant 6) usually...
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