| 1806
...to see that the radicles, in whatever direction they were protruded from the position of the seed, **turned their points outwards from the circumference...the contrary, took the opposite direction, and in a** few days their points all met in the centre of the wheel. Three of these plants were suffered to remain... | |
| 1806
...to see that the radicles, in whatever direction they were protruded from the position of the seed, **turned their points outwards from the circumference...the contrary, took the opposite direction, and in a** few days their points all met in the centre of the wheel. Three of these plants were suffered to remain... | |
| 1806
...from the position of the seed, turned their points outwards from the circumference of the wheel, and **receded nearly at right angles from its axis. The...the contrary, took the opposite direction, and in a** few days their points all met in the centre of the wheel. Three of these plants were suffered to remain... | |
| William Nicholson - 1806
...to see that the radicles, in whatever direction they were protruded from the position of the seed, **turned their points outwards from the circumference of the wheel, and in their subsequent** subsequent growth receded nearly at right angles from its axis. The germens, on the contrary, took... | |
| 1807
...to see that the tadiclfis, in whatever direction they were protruded from the position of the seed, **turned their points outwards from the circumference...the contrary, took the opposite direction, and in a** few days their points all met in the centre of the wheel. Three of these plants were suffered to remain... | |
| Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1807
...their points outwards from the c:r juua'urence of the wheel, and it) their subsequent growtn receued **nearly at right angles from its axis. The germens,...the contrary, took the opposite direction, and in a** few days tiieir points all met in the centre of the wheel. Three of these plants were suflered to remain... | |
| Sir Humphry Davy - 1815 - Liczba stron: 332
...in a minute, all the radicles, in whatever way they were protruded from the position of the seeds, **turned their points outwards from the circumference...the contrary, took the opposite direction, and in a** few days their points all met in the centre of the wheel. When the centrifugal forte was made merely... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1832
...and Mr. Knight had the pleasure to see that the radicles, in whatever direction they were protruded, **turned their points outwards from the circumference...the wheel, and in their subsequent growth receded** still further from it. The germens, on the contrary, took the opposite direction ; and in a few days... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1832
...and Mr. Knight had the pleasure to see that the radicles, in whatever direction they were protruded, **turned their points outwards from the circumference...the wheel, and in their subsequent growth receded** still further from it. The germens, on the contrary, took the opposite direction ; and in a few days... | |
| William Paley - 1833 - Liczba stron: 304
...in a minute, all the radicles, in whatever way they were protruded from the position of the seeds, **turned their points outwards from the circumference...nearly at right angles from its axis; the germens** (plumules) on the contrary, took the opposite direction, and in a few days their points all met in... | |
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