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" ... young cuttings have sent forth their flowers. The plant, on the other hand, sent from Rio Janeiro, although treated in the same way as the other, has not flowered.* The former, although flowering freely, has not produced perfect fruit until the present... "
An introduction to vegetable physiology - Page 440
by Joseph Reynolds Green - 1900 - 459 pages
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The Genesee Farmer

Agriculture - 1849
...is frequently used, instead of fertilized or impregnated; "inoculated', is never used in speaking of the application of the pollen of one flower to the stigma of another, but is used generally as synonomous with budding. This is a trilling error but worthy of correction....
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Volume 7

Royal Society of Edinburgh - Science - 1872
...freely, has not produced perfect fruit until the present year. The plants were carefully fertilised by the application of the pollen of one flower to the stigma of another. By this means we have secured a number of fruiting specimens, and I now exhibit fruiting plants...
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Culture of the Citrus in California

Byron Martin Lelong - Citrus fruits - 1900 - 260 pages
...pistils when in the same flower mature at different times — a provision to insure cross-pollination (the application of the pollen of one flower to the stigma of another). In a large majority of such cases the stamens ripen first, discharging their pollen before...
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The Book of the Daffodil

Stephen Eugene Bourne - Daffodils - 1903 - 112 pages
...Incoinfsarabilis forni) N. PSEUDO-NARUISSdS X N. POEHCUS ripened and sown, in due course produce fresh plants. The application of the pollen of one flower to the stigma of another individual is called cross-pollination, and the fertilisation consequent upon it is cross-fertilisation....
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Volume 7

Royal Society of Edinburgh - Science - 1872
...freely, has not produced perfect fruit until the present year. The plants were carefully fertilised by the application of the pollen of one flower to the stigma of another. By this means we have secured a number of fruiting specimens, and I now exhibit fruiting plants...
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