First Lessons in Practical Botany

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Macmillan, 1881 - Botany - 103 pages
 

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Page 58 - Capsule membranous or crustaceous, very rarely succulent, opening at the top in as many or twice as many teeth or valves as there are styles, very rarely indehiscent.
Page 39 - The description of the anthers here given refers only to characters visible with the naked eye, or with a low power of the microscope. The tissue of the anther between its pollen-bearing lobes is called the connective.

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