Botanical Gazette, Volume 31

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University of Chicago Press, 1901
 

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Page 2 - ... below, and at maturity thin, dark green and lustrous on the upper surface, pale on the lower surface, 5-6 cm.
Page 451 - CUSHION BUTTON .CLASP Lies flat to the leg — never Slips, Tears nor Unfastens.
Page 143 - Resolved, That copies of these resolutions be sent to the family of the deceased and to the various daily and scientific journals.
Page 85 - Simpson l8 have recently given spe cial cases of the interrelations between physiographic changes and animal distribution. The general principles of the physiographic theory have been developed as a result of studies in various sections of the country. Since 1898, when the author first began to work along these physiographic lines, the main thought has been to subject ''WOODWORTH, JB: The relation between base-leveling and organic evolution. Am. Geol. 14 : 209-235. 1894.
Page 450 - Acid Phosphate in half a glass of water. It nourishes, strengthens and imparts new life and vigor by supplying the needed nerve food. Sold by Druggists in original packages only.
Page 173 - ... on sterile barrens and in bottoms, where the conditions are also unfavorable for deciduous forests. A slight change in the physical conditions may bring about the rejuvenation of the coniferous dunes, because of their exposed situation. Rejuvenation commonly begins by the formation of a wind-sweep; the vegetation on either hand is forced to succumb to sand-blast action and gravity.
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