3 edition of On prolification in flowers, and especially on that form termed median prolification found in the catalog.
On prolification in flowers, and especially on that form termed median prolification
Maxwell Tylden Masters
|Statement||by Maxwell T. Masters ; read January 17, 1861.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QK652 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 359-370,  leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||370|
Send flowers online today for any special occasion with Teleflora. You can send flowers anywhere in the US or Canada for $ Hand-delivered by a local florist. PROLIFICATION corresponds to the propagation of truth, Spiritual prolification is that of love and wisdom, 51, Origin of natural prolifications, The sphere of prolification is the same as the universal sphere of the marriage of good and truth, which proceeds from the Lord, All prolification is originally derived from the influx of.
In proliferating capitula, the prolification is always terminal due to a stepwise reversal from the formation of floral bracts to enlarged and green leaves. This reversal is accompanied by a stepwise reduction in the size of the apex and by a change of its form from slightly cup-like to cone-shaped. In this case we clearly see a tendency to prolification—a term which, I may explain to those who have never attended to botany, means the production of a branch or flower, or head of flowers, out of another flower. Now Dr. Masters states that the central or uppermost flower on a plant is generally the most liable to prolification. Thus, in.
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Get this from a library. On prolification in flowers, and especially on that form termed median prolification. [Maxwell T Masters]. On Prolification in Flowers, and especially on that form termed Median Prolification. Transactions of the Linnean Society, vol. xxiii.t. On Prolification in Flowers, and especially on that kind termed Axillary Prolification.
Transactions of the Linnean Society, vol. xxiii. Vegetable Teratology - An Account of the Principal Deviations from the Usual Construction of Plants: The Project Gutenberg eBook, VegetableTeratology, by Maxwell T.
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In male cones, the microsporophylls are inserted directly on the axis rather than on a bract and typically bear pollen sacs (sporangia) On prolification in flowers (Figure 2e).By contrast, in female cones, the ovule-bearing structures (termed ovulate scales) are located in the axils of bracts (Figure 2a–d).In some conifers, the axillary structure is fused with the adaxial surface of the subtending bract, but Cited by: On prolification in flowers, and especially on that form termed median proliferation.
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Prolification of the inflorescence, —Median foliar, —Median floral, —Lateral foliar, —Lateral floral, —Prolification of the flower, —Median foliar, —Median floral, —Axillary prolification, —Foliar, —Floral, —Complicated prolification, —Of embryo, CHAPTER III.
Heterotaxy chapter xxvi laws of variation, continued.—summary. the fusion of homologous parts — the variability of multiple and homologous parts — compensation of growth — mechanical pressure — relative position of flowers with respect to the axis, and of seeds in the ovary, as inducing variation — analogous or parallel varieties — summary of the three last chapters.