. Comparative anatomy of the vegetative organs of the phanerogams and ferns. Plant anatomy; Phanerogams; Ferns. i8 INTRODUCTION. In the roots of the Equisctums, Polypodiacex, and INIarsilcaccx (Fig. 7, 8) the division of each segment (/', /', Fig. 7) begins with the appearance of the sextant wall s. This stands vertically, and, as before stated, is nearly, but not exactly radial; it is attached to the middle of the outer wall of each segment, its inner edge, however, does not extend. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for

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. Comparative anatomy of the vegetative organs of the phanerogams and ferns. Plant anatomy; Phanerogams; Ferns. i8 INTRODUCTION. In the roots of the Equisctums, Polypodiacex, and INIarsilcaccx (Fig. 7, 8) the division of each segment (/', /', Fig. 7) begins with the appearance of the sextant wall s. This stands vertically, and, as before stated, is nearly, but not exactly radial; it is attached to the middle of the outer wall of each segment, its inner edge, however, does not extend. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for
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. Comparative anatomy of the vegetative organs of the phanerogams and ferns. Plant anatomy; Phanerogams; Ferns. i8 INTRODUCTION. In the roots of the Equisctums, Polypodiacex, and INIarsilcaccx (Fig. 7, 8) the division of each segment (/', /', Fig. 7) begins with the appearance of the sextant wall s. This stands vertically, and, as before stated, is nearly, but not exactly radial; it is attached to the middle of the outer wall of each segment, its inner edge, however, does not extend. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Bary, A. de (Anton), 1831-1888; Bower, F. O. (Frederick Orpen), 1855-1948; Scott, Dukinfield Henry, 1854-1934. Oxford : Clarendon Press
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