Page's Prodromus: As a General Nomenclature of All the Plants, Indigenous and Exotic, Cultivated in the Southampton Botanic Gardens

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John Murray, 1818 - Plants - 279 pages
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Page 269 - The names of his 24 groups are self-explanatory to any one familiar with botanical terminology, and are as follows: (i) Monandria, (2) Diandria, (3) Triandria, (4) Tetrandria, (5) Pentandria, (6) Hexandria, (7) Heptandria, (8) Octandria, (9...
Page 127 - ... rooted, which is known by their shooting, take off the small glass, for about a week, at night, previous to its total removal. They will be fit to pot off in March, the ensiling yea;-. GREENHOUSE PLANTS.— Sec».
Page 278 - ... a roundish germ, placed on the apex of a straight, cylindrical column: styles three, thicker above, spreading: stigmas capitate: the...

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