American Penny Magazine and Family Newspaper

What are commonly called potato roots , which we eat , are properly the stems :
for they contain buds . ... It is common to speak of them as growing from roots : but
, strictly speaking , in the language of botanists , they never į grow from the root .

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The Encyclopaedia Britannica Or Dictionary of Arts Sciences and General Literature

3 ) , as in the turnip : 4th , when the fusi- those gems or leaf - buds that are
afterwards observed in the form root is as it were ... Roots are not elongated ,
strictly speaking , by means of leaf - buds , of this kind are said to be among the
greatest ...

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The Propagation of Plants

The late Dr. Lindley in his “ Theory of Horticulture " says : “ In general , roots have
no buds , and are therefore incapable of multiplying the plant to which they
belong , " but he adds , “ that it constantly happens in some species that they
have the ...

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Plain and Pleasant Talk about Fruits Flowers and Farming

But it is true that the conditions in which a bud grows render it liable to extrinsic
ills not incidental to a plant springing from seed . A seed , emitting its roots
directly into the earth , is liable only to its own ills ; a bud or graft emitting roots ,
through ...

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Journal of Horticulture and Practical Gardening

I say if they had done that they would have are planted after the fall of the leaf in
autumn make no fresh roots earned the gratitude of ... loves jus ice before the
combined power of increased warmth and light cause the buds throughout the
length and breadth of the land . ... for looking upon light as an will and
uprightness of purpose which would bave given it fame now important factor of
growth . He says ...

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Buds Stems and Roots

The Side Buds Speak . . Story of a Lilac Bud . . Mamie ' s Dream about Seed
Buds The Maple ' s Story . . Some Other Buds . . . Some Underground Buds . A
Potato ' s Story . . . More Underground Buds . Some Bids in Thick Jackets Roots ,
“ The ...

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the cincinnatus

Again , since these layers of fibrous roots descend from the base of the bud , a
bud taken from a tree having colored wood ought to retain ... The striking
similarity in the growth of a seed - plant and a budplant " of which the author
speaks , we ...

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The Encyclop dia Britannica

RE 3 3 2 e 2 Of Roots , which spring from the cutting , says Malpighi , just at the
des Arb . tome i . p . ... are better seen than in structure between the root and
branch , but also between any other plant examined by him . the bud that gives
origin ...

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Handbook of the British Flora etc

These buds are future branches as yet undeveloped ; they remain dormant
through the winter , and the following spring grow out into new ... The Root .
Roots produce neither leaves , flowers , nor buds . Their branches , called fibres
when slender and long , proceed ... Properly speaking , the rootstock 4
INTRODUCTION .

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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review

... no buds or leaves from which sap could descend to generate or feed new roots
; and under these circumstances no roots ... The wood of the root , says Mr. K. is
probably retained in the state of alburnum by moisture , for if the mould be taken ...

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Grass Roots

We never mention his other grandmother in front of Bud . Told you it was a long
story , but I don ' t like the aftertaste . Let ' s change the subject . Talk about
something nicer . " . . . Bud , asleep in the parlor , was dreaming that Gramp had
come ...

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The Villa Gardener

Flora Many - Eyes . pedient to let the bud - roots escape into the soil with greater
facility . And it does . ... Generally have described . speaking a cutting has three
parts , a base , a If the cutting be of the right sort , the whole middle , and top .

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Withering s British Plants

and which are , properly speaking , subterranean reservoirs of nutritious matter
for the development of the stem and leaves of ... The Bulb itself , however , is not
a root , but a subterranean bud , composed of fleshy leaves or bases of leaves .

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Semi tropic California and Southern California Horticulturist

It may also be the root affects the fruit of the bud . claimed thai soil , climate ,
cultivation , If the lime and China lemon ... been stated in the lansays that the root
does effect the qual- guage of a French author , “ a fragity of the fruit in the bud .

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The Journal of Education

These roots or buds may , when power is gained , be education is disappointing ;
he aims at instruction only , and good tests ... He says , " Up to the age of sented
the “ * Examiner in Natural Science for the College of ten or twelve , the aid and ...

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Encyclopaedia Britannica

At the lower part of this bulb may be observed a All bulbous roots , says the
learned Dr Grew in his fleshy knob or ... it pe- garded as a large bud under
ground . rishes ; but not till it has produced at its fides a num Bulbous roots are
said to be ...

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The American Polytechnic Journal

During the summer , now and then , fresh earth should be thrown over the
planted buds , in order to increase the layer gradually over the delicate roots .
The following spring , they can be transplanted into open ground . Loudon says
in his ...

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The Ohio Cultivator

Now if the roots passively re66 To Bud or not to Bud . ... Of what then is this
organized speaking of proper fertilizers , " if the roots abbody of matter composed
? of primary particles sorb one thing as well as another , one fertilizer is or
molecules ...

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Biochemical and Physiological Effects of Buds and Leaves on Adventitious Root Initiation in Pear Stem Cuttings

It is a common observation , though , that cuttings taken from previously girdled
shoots root better than those taken from non - girdled ones . Therefore , it seems
possible that the Bartlett buds which were grafted into Old Home shoots did ...

Author: Mostafa Mohamed Said Fadl

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Horticultural Gleaner

After whole - root peach trees planted by inserting the bud cut the stock off me
twenty years ago , three - fourths a little above the bud . Give good We ...
Stringfellow says in refer set about fourteen years ago are Tolar says they will not
. " I think ...

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