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966 ページ - ... on an individual in the Horticultural Society's Garden. Among flowers of the ordinary structure two or thr.ee others were observed, in which the labellum was precisely of the same nature as that of Catasetum tridentatum; that is to say, destitute of the crested appendage, and perfectly galeate and naked.
970 ページ - ... analysis of their structure is complete, would, at the same time, be fatal to many natural families of plants at present admitted, and among others to the universally received class to which these tribes belong. No clear character, at least, is pointed out in the late elaborate work of M. De Candolle,* by which Leguminosae may be distinguished from Terebintaceae and Rosaceae, the orders, supposed to be the most nearly related to it. It is possible, however, that such characters, though hitherto...
970 ページ - Leguminosae differ from Rosaceae in which the more usual arrangements are found. But in those Rosaceae in which the pistillum is solitary and placed within the anterior petal, its relation to the axis of the spike is the same as that of Leguminosae, in which it is within the anterior division of the calyx. And in all families, whether dicotyledonous or monocotyledonous, this, I believe, is uniformly the position of the simple solitary pistillum with regard to the spike or bractea.
1025 ページ - August, 1828, in the garden of the Horticultural Society, where it had been raised from seed sent home by Sir Henry Willock.
1019 ページ - Our drawing was made in the Garden of the Horticultural Society in September, 1829.
1004 ページ - ... primary vein which lies between the junction thus described, having a curved direction, may be called the curved vein (3, 3, 3). Between this latter and the margin, other veins, proceeding from the curved veins, occasionally intervene. They may be distinguished by the name of external veins (4, 4, 4). The margin itself and these last are connected by a fine network of...
1030 ページ - The plant was raised in the garden of the Horticultural Society, from seeds collected by Mr. Hartweg on Chimborazo, at an elevation of 13,000 feet above the level of the sea. The flowers smell like those of the sweet pea.
998 ページ - From 1848 to the beginning of 1851, 1 was engaged by the Honourable Court of Directors of the East India Company in procuring supplies of teaplants, seeds, implements, and green-tea makers, for the government plantations in the Himalayas.
970 ページ - No clear character, at least, is pointed out in the late elaborate work of M. De Candolle,* by which Leguminosae may be distinguished from Terebintaceae and Rosaceae, the orders, supposed to be the most nearly related to it. It is possible, however, that such characters, though hitherto overlooked, may really exist; and I shall endeavour to shew that Leguminosae, independent of the important but minute differences in the original structure and developement of its ovulum, may still be distinguished...