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" ... mechanical devices is illustrated by the forcibly splitting pod, the twisted pod, the spearlike fruited grasses whose twisted awns aid in entering the earth and the cleistogamous flowered plant which buries its seeds in the earth. Birds destroy large... "
In Berkshire Fields - Page 6
by Walter Prichard Eaton - 1920 - 312 pages
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The Weed Flora of Iowa

Louis Hermann Pammel, Charlotte Maria King, John Nathan Martin, Jules Cool Cunningham, Ada Hayden, Harriette Susan Kellogg - Botany - 1913 - 912 pages
...buries its seeds in the earth. Birds destroy large quantities of weed seeds. Mr. HW Henshaw* states that a ring-necked pheasant's crop from Washington contained 8,000 seeds of chickweed and a dandelion head. Birds of the sparrow family, according to the same authority, feed largely on the seeds of weeds. The...
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Bulletin, Issue 4

Iowa Geological Survey - Geology - 1913
...buries its seeds in the earth. Birds destroy large quantities of weed seeds. Mr. HW Henshaw* states that a ring-necked pheasant's crop from Washington contained 8,000 seeds of chickweed and a dandelion head. Birds of the sparrow family, according to the same authority, feed largely on the seeds of weeds. The...
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First -Sixth Biennial Report, Department of Game and Fish of the State of ...

Alabama. Dept. of Conservation - Game and game-birds - 1914
...2 wasps, and a spider. A boat-tailed grackle from Texas had eaten at one meal about 100 cotton boll worms, besides a few other Insects. A ring-necked pheasant's crop from Washington contained 8.000 seeds of chlckweed and a dandelion head. More than 72,000 seeds have been found in a single duck...
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