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" ... the half that were unimpregnated withered away, without having augmented beyond the size to which they had attained before the blossoms expanded. The seeds of the other half were augmented and matured as in the ordinary process of impregnation ; and... "
The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste - Page 25
1849
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A System of Physiological Botany, Volume 2

Patrick Keith - Plant physiology - 1816 - 1004 pages
...as in the ordinary process of impregnation ; and exhibited no perceptible difference from those of other plants of the same variety, perhaps, because the external covering of the seed was furnished entirely by the female. But when they were made to vegetate in the succeeding spring the...
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The Literary Panorama

C.Taylor - 1817
...as in the ordinary process of impregnation ; and exhibited ˝o perceptible difference from those of other plants of the same variety, perhaps, because the external covering of the seed was furnished entirely by the female. But when they were made to vegetate in the succeeding spring the...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register

English literature - 1817
...as in the ordinary process of impregnation ; and exhibited no perceptible difference from those of other plants of the same variety, perhaps, because the external covering of the seed was furnished entirely by the female. But when they were made to vegetate in the succeeding spring tbe...
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An Encyclopaedia of Gardening, Comprising the Theory and Practice of ...

John Claudius Loudon - Gardening - 1822 - 1469 pages
...as in the ordinary process of impregnation ; and exhibited no perceptible difference from those of other plants of the same variety, perhaps, because the external covering of the seed was furnished entirely by the female. But when they were made to vegetate in the succeeding spring, the...
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An Encyclopaedia of Gardening, Comprising the Theory and Practice of ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1822 - 1469 pages
...as in the ordinary process of impregnation ; and exhibited no perceptible difference from those of other plants of the same variety, perhaps, because the external covering of the seed was furnished entirely by the female. But when they were made to vegetate in the succeeding spring, the...
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An encyclopŠdia of agriculture

John Claudius Loudon - 1825
...as in the ordinary procese of impregnation ; and exhibited no perceptible difference from thoae of other plants of the same variety ; perhaps because the external covering of the seed was furnished entirely by the female. But when they were made to vegetate in the succeeding spring, the...
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A history of the vegetable kingdom

William Rhind - 1841
...as in the ordinary process of impregnation ; and exhibited no perceptible difference from those of other plants of the same variety, perhaps, because the external covering of the seed was furnished entirely by the female. But when they were made to vegetate in the succeeding spring, the...
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Annals of Horticulture, Volume 4

Floriculture - 1849
...crossed with one of the parents (we believe globosa), and this result was some of the best varieties of Fuchsia which had then been raised. Mr. Knight impregnated...again changed, and superior ones produced. In these experimente, when the pollen of a coloured blossom was introduced into a white one, all the seeds were...
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The New England Farmer, Volume 10

Samuel W. Cole - Agriculture - 1858
...as in the ordinary process of impregnation ; and exhibited no perceptible difference from those of other plants of the same variety ; perhaps because the external covering of the seed was furnished by the female. But when they were made to vegetate in the succeeding spring, the effect of...
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bath and west of england society

Unknown - 1858
...matured as in the ordinary process of impregnation, and exhibited a perceptible difference from those of other plants of the same variety ; perhaps because the external covering of the seed was furnished entirely by the female. But when they were made to vegetate in the succeeding spring, the...
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