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Manual of Botany for North America: Containing Generic and Specific ... - Page 65
by Amos Eaton - 1836 - 797 pages
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An Introduction to Botany

John Lindley - 1832 - 557 pages
...; having a hard terminal horn, as the fruit of Martynia* 61 63 66 57. Crested (cristatus) ; having an elevated, irregular, or notched ridge, resembling the crest of a helmet. This term is chiefly applied to seeds, and to the appendages of the anthers of some Ericae ; such as...
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North American Botany: Comprising the Native and Common Cultivated Plants ...

Amos Eaton, John Wright (M.D.) - Botany - 1840 - 625 pages
...smaller ones on them, they are doubly-crenate. CRE'KUI.ATE. Very finely cienated. . CRE*'CI:I<T-FORM. Resembling the form of the moon from its change to...irregular, or notched ridge, resembling the crest of a helm. Cre'ta. Glowing on chalky land. CRIBROSE. Sieve-like. Numerous perforations. Cruufiu. Long-haired....
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North American Botany: Comprising the Native and Common Cultivated Plants ...

Amos Eaton, John Wright (M.D.) - Botany - 1840 - 625 pages
...moon from its change to half-failed. CREST'ED. Having an appendage somewhat resembling a cock's cornb in form, being an elevated, irregular, or notched ridge, resembling the crest of a helm. Cre'la, Growing on chalky land. CRIBROSK. Sieve-like. Numerous perforation*. Crinitus. Long-haired....
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The Elements of Botany, Structural, Physiological, & Medical: Being a 6th Ed ...

John Lindley - Botany - 1849 - 142 pages
...of a pinnated leaf become gradually larger as they approach the end (EB. 120 d). Crested. — Having an elevated, irregular, or notched ridge, resembling the crest of a helmet. This term is chicfly applicd to sceds, (cxxv.) and to the appendages of cxxv. anthers ; it also belongs...
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The Treasury of Botany: A Popular Dictionary of the Vegetable ..., Part 1

John Lindley, Thomas Moore - History - 1866 - 1254 pages
...ROCHE. Chrysosplenium ; also Cardamine petrœa. CRESS-ROCKET. Vella Pseudo-cytisus. CRESTED, Having an elevated, irregular or notched ridge, resembling the crest of a helmet. This term is chiefly applied to seeds, and to the appendages of anthers ; it also belongs to bracts...
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Henderson's Handbook of Plants and General Horticulture, Volume 2

Peter Henderson - Botany - 1904 - 528 pages
...is but one species, C. Cretiru, which is a native of the Levant. Introduced in 1822. Created. Having an elevated, irregular, or notched ridge resembling the crest of a helmet; a stamen is crested when the filament projects beyond the anther and becomes dilated. This term is...
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