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" Mistletoe, the seed of which germinates on the bough of the tree where it falls or is left by birds ; and the forming root penetrates the bark and engrafts itself into the wood, to which it becomes united as firmly as a natural branch to its parent stem... "
Report of the Commisioner of Agriculture for the Year 1873 - Page 205
by U.S. Government, Washington D.C. - 1874
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First Lessons in Botany and Vegetable Physiology

Asa Gray - Botany - 1857 - 236 pages
...itself into the wood, to which it becomes united as firmly as a natural branch to its parent stem ; and indeed the parasite lives just as if it were a branch of the tree it grows and feeds on. A most common parasitic herb is the Dodder; which abounds in low grounds everywhere...
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Gray's School and field book of botany

Asa Gray - 1868 - 622 pages
...itself into the wood, to which it becomes united as firmly as a natural branch to its parent stem ; and indeed the parasite lives just as if it were a branch of the tree it grows and feeds on. A most common parasitic herb is the Dodder; which abounds in low grounds everywhere...
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Gray's lessons in botany and vegetable physiology

Asa Gray - Science - 1869 - 236 pages
...itself into the wood, to which it becomes united as firmly as a natural branch to its parent stem ; and indeed the parasite lives just as if it were a branch of the tree it grows and feeds on. A most common parasitic herb is the Dodder; which abounds in low grounds everywhere...
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Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year ...

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1874
...flowering herbs, and even shrubs. One of the latter is the mistletoe, the seed of which germinates on the boughs of the tree, where it falls, or is left...this case I determined to ascertain their relative number on the green bark and leaves of the orange-plant. With this object in view a portion of the...
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Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1874
...flowering herb.«, and even shrubs. One of the latter is the mistletoe, the seed of which germinates on the boughs of the tree where it falls, or is left...plants is furnished with breathing pores as well as the tinder surface of the leaves, and in some cases the upper surface. In this case I determined to ascertain...
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The Report of the Missioner of agriculture

U.S Government Printing Office Washington - 1874
...flowering herbs, and even shrubs. One of the latter is the mistletoe, the seed of which germinates on the boughs of the tree where it falls, or is left...a branch of the tree on which it grows and feeds. • Honey-dew is a sweet, saccharine sulistar.ee found on the leaves of trees and other •plants in*...
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Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States: Including the District ...

Asa Gray - Botany - 1879 - 703 pages
...itself into the wood, to which it becomes united as firmly as a natural branch to its parent stem ; and indeed the parasite lives just as if it were a branch of the tree it grows and feeds on. A most common parasitic herb is the Dodder; which abounds in low grounds everywhere...
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Text-book of Western Botany: Consisting of Coulter's Manual of the Botany of ...

John Merle Coulter - Botany - 1885
...itself into the wood, to which it becomes united as firmly as a natural branch to its parent stem ; and indeed the parasite lives just as if it were a branch of the tree it grows and feeds on. A most common parasitic herb is the Dodder; which abounds in low grounds everywhere...
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Gray's School and Field Book of Botany: Consisting of "Lessons in Botany ...

Asa Gray - Botany - 1887 - 745 pages
...wood, to which it becomes united as firnilv as a natural braucli to its parent stem ; and indeed tlie parasite lives just as if it were a branch of the tree it grows and feeds on. A most common parasitic herb is the Dodder; which abounds in low grounds in...
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Outlines of Biology for the High School Laboratory and Classroom: (based on ...

Robert Greenleaf Leavitt - Botany - 1901 - 272 pages
...itself into the wood, to which it becomes united as firmly as a natural branch to its parent stem ; and indeed the parasite lives just as if it were a branch of the tree it grows and feeds on. A most common parasitic herb is the Dodder (Fig. 32), which abounds in low grounds...
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