The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . rn^. T§.WXIX OR, THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S.. PROFESSOR OF BOTANY TN THE U.NIf EESIIY COLLEGE, LONDON. [SPECIMEN OF THE WORK.]
RM2AJ7A96The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . rn^. T§.WXIX OR, THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S.. PROFESSOR OF BOTANY TN THE U.NIf EESIIY COLLEGE, LONDON. [SPECIMEN OF THE WORK.]
The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . le move in advance. Hemust first master the rudiments of the science, andmaster them correctly. This little book has been pi-e-pared for the purpose of enabling him to do so. Itcontains all that it is necessary to kuow in order to makea fair beginning, and it includes no more ; so that if anyone should have the patience to master the wdiole con-tents of the volume, he would then be in a position tocai-ry his inquiries onwards with ease. None of the woodcuts employed in the first editionhave been introduced on this occasion. Experienceshows th
RM2AJAW40The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . le move in advance. Hemust first master the rudiments of the science, andmaster them correctly. This little book has been pi-e-pared for the purpose of enabling him to do so. Itcontains all that it is necessary to kuow in order to makea fair beginning, and it includes no more ; so that if anyone should have the patience to master the wdiole con-tents of the volume, he would then be in a position tocai-ry his inquiries onwards with ease. None of the woodcuts employed in the first editionhave been introduced on this occasion. Experienceshows th
The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . Demy %vo, with numerous Alterations, and nearly Four Hundred Illustrations, price 5s. 6d., SCHOOL BOTAN OR, THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE. Fig. CCXLI. BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S., PEOFESSOE OF BOTANY IN IHE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON. [SPECiWlEN OF THE WORK.]. ENDOGENS. Egjptian muramies. Its branchedcais are very remarkable. SECALE. Glumes subulate. Spikelets 2-flow-ered, with the rudiment of a thirdflower in the middle. Otherwise like Triticum.1. S. OereaU (Rye). Glumes shorterthan the spikelet. Rachis tough. Fields. The grain of t
RM2AJ9T03The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . Demy %vo, with numerous Alterations, and nearly Four Hundred Illustrations, price 5s. 6d., SCHOOL BOTAN OR, THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE. Fig. CCXLI. BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S., PEOFESSOE OF BOTANY IN IHE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON. [SPECiWlEN OF THE WORK.]. ENDOGENS. Egjptian muramies. Its branchedcais are very remarkable. SECALE. Glumes subulate. Spikelets 2-flow-ered, with the rudiment of a thirdflower in the middle. Otherwise like Triticum.1. S. OereaU (Rye). Glumes shorterthan the spikelet. Rachis tough. Fields. The grain of t
The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . T§.WXIX OR, THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S.. PROFESSOR OF BOTANY TN THE U.NIf EESIIY COLLEGE, LONDON. [SPECIMEN OF THE WORK.]. ENDOGENS. Egyptian mummies. Its branchedears are very remarkable. SECALE. Glumes subulate. Spikelets 2-flow-ered, with the rudiment of a tliirdflower in the middle. Otherwise like (Triticum.1. S. CereaZe {Rye). Glumes shorterthan the spikelet. Kachis tough. Fields. The grain of liis sort of corn produces flom inferiorto that from wheat, and formhig adark sweet nutritious bread. It ist
RM2AJ785BThe Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . T§.WXIX OR, THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S.. PROFESSOR OF BOTANY TN THE U.NIf EESIIY COLLEGE, LONDON. [SPECIMEN OF THE WORK.]. ENDOGENS. Egyptian mummies. Its branchedears are very remarkable. SECALE. Glumes subulate. Spikelets 2-flow-ered, with the rudiment of a tliirdflower in the middle. Otherwise like (Triticum.1. S. CereaZe {Rye). Glumes shorterthan the spikelet. Kachis tough. Fields. The grain of liis sort of corn produces flom inferiorto that from wheat, and formhig adark sweet nutritious bread. It ist