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Page 165 - The flowers, which grow in distinct whorls, are white, delicately stained with pink ; they are also a little speckled at the base of the vexillum. The stem does not grow above six or seven inches high.
Page 179 - Stem annual, fistulous, the elongated central peduncle from a mere depressed crown, mostly solitary, spike 4 to 8 inches long, lateral radicle branches 2 to 6 inches long, with secondary clusters of leaves and (when present) shorter spikes, soft pubescent throughout, with white hairs. Leaves mostly clustered at the base, petioles membraneously expanding toward insertion and conspicuously 3nerved, stipules adnate, subulate ; leaflets 6 to 10, % to 1 inch in length, or about...
Page 168 - with variations," it would then bring us a " dense, subsessile spike," an emarginate upper lip, and 3-toothed lower one, with which to contend. If these and many more varieties prove ultimately to run into one, it is not our fault ; as the literature now stands, we are obliged, in self-defence, to set it apart, when called upon for determinations. Specimens collected by Mr. S. Brannan, Jr., on Oak Creek hillsides, Kern county, 14 miles from Tejon Pass.
Page 496 - ... supply is also conspicuously greater on the hydrophytic beach, again chiefly because of the low gradient. Inasmuch as dunes are associated only with the xerophytic beach, no further reference will be made to the other beach type. The xerophytic beach is essentially a product of wave action and comprises the zone which is or has been worked over by the waves. Hence the beach may be defined as the zone between the water level and the topographic form produced by other agents ; in the region under...
Page 345 - Arthur, JC Uredinales of Costa Rica based on collections by EWD Holway. Mycologia 10: 111-154.
Page 277 - On the structure and affinities of Dipteris, with notes on the geological history of the Dipteridinae. Phil. Trans. R. Soc.
Page 167 - Benth. Much resembling the last, but more sparingly villous with shorter hairs ; bracts much shorter than the calyx, which is smooth or short-pubescent, the upper lip often entire ; petals yellow, or ochroleucous, white or pink. — From the Sacramento Valley southward. It includes L.
Page 107 - Agricultural College. A duplicated leaf-lobe factor in Bursa, George H. Shull, Princeton University. Isolation as a factor in specific change, Edmund W. Sinnott, Connecticut Agricultural College. Further studies on the interrelationship of morphological and physiological characters in seedlings of Phaseolus, J. Arthur Harris, Station for Experimental Evolution, Carnegie Institution. Inheritance studies in Castor beans. (Read by title.) OE White, Brooklyn Botanic Garden. POPULAR SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM...
Page 308 - Van Her Donck, New Netherlands, (1656). Reprint NY Hist. Soc. Trans, i :i37. * See Bailey. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture, 1 1404. as the Mexicans call it. mais dc coyote (Lupus latrans). Harshburger says that our cultivated maize is of hybrid origin probably starting as a sport of teosinte which then crossed itself with its normal ancestor, producing our cultivated corn,1 Plants which by hybridizing and cultivation will produce maize are not found outside of Mexico and for this reason, if no...