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" The roots of plants are known to turn away with a kind of abhorrence from whatever they meet with which is hurtful to them, and to defert... "
The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ... - 334 ページ
1799
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Annual Register, 第 14 巻

Edmund Burke - 1772
...in through an orifice, and as the ears of corn do towards the fouth. The roots of plants are known to turn away with a kind of abhorrence from whatever...and to tend with a kind of natural and irrefiftible impuHe towards collections of water placed within their reach ; many plants experience convulfions...

Chemical Essays, 第 5 巻

Richard Watson - 1787
...in through an orifice, and as the ears of corn do towards the fouth. The roots of plants are known to turn away with a kind of abhorrence from whatever...which is hurtful to them, and to defert their ordinary direftion, and to tend with a kind of natural and irrefiftible impulfe toward colleftions of water...

The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics ..., 第 8 巻

1788
...in through an orifue, and as tlic ears of corn do towards the fouth. The roots of plants are known to turn away with a kind of abhorrence from whatever they meet with which is hurtful to tin m, and to dcfert their ordinary direction, and to tend with я kind of natural and irreliihble...

A View of Nature: In Letters to a Traveller Among the Alps, 第 3 巻

Sir Richard Joseph Sulivan - 1794
...through an orifice, and as the ears of corn do towards the south. The roots of plants are also known to turn away with a kind of abhorrence, from whatever they meet with which is hurtful to them ; and to desert their ordinary direction, and to tend with a kind of natural and irresistible impulse towards...

The Monthly Review

1794
...cars of corn do towards the (both. ' The roots of plants are alfo known to turn away with a kind cf abhorrence, from whatever they meet with which is...to them ; and to defert their ordinary direction, ar.d to tend with a kind of natural and irrefiflible impulfe towards collections of waters placed within...

Memoirs of the life, studies, and writings of the Right Reverend George ...

William Jones - 1799 - 433 ページ
...in through an orifice, and as the ears of corn do towards the fouth. The roots of plants are known to turn away, with a kind of abhorrence, from whatever they meet with, which is hurtful to them ; and, deferting their ordinary direction, to tend, with a kind of natural and irrefiftible impulfe, towards...

The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, 第 36 巻

1799
...turn away with a kind of abhorrence, from whatever they me»-t with which is hurtful to them ; arid to defert their ordinary direction, and to tend with a kind of natural and irrefiflible impulfe towards colledlions of waters placed within their reach. Many plants experience...

Annual Register, 第 14 巻

1803
...through an orifice, and as the eari of corn do towards the fouth. The roots of plants are known tt» turn away with a kind of abhorrence from whatever...with which is- hurtful to them, and to defert their orditiary direction, and to tend with я kind of natural and irreii'tible inipulls towards collections...

The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, 第 1 巻

David Phineas Adams, Samuel Cooper Thacher - 1804
...by creeping towards water, and into a rich foil. The roots of plants, fiiys Bilhop Watfon, are known to turn away with a kind of abhorrence from whatever...direction ; and to tend with a kind of natural and irrefiftibie impulfe towards collections of •water, placed within their reach.f forbing power to...

The Monthly anthology, and Boston review

1804
...by creeping towards water, and into a rich foil. The roots of plants, fays Bilhop Watfon, are known to turn away with a kind of abhorrence from whatever...their ordinary direction ; and to tend with a kind or natural and irreiiftible impulfe towards collections of water, placed within their reach. f forbing...




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