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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-325

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324 EVENING CLASSES Plants and of the Characters of the different Classes in the Vegetable Kingdom Elementary Structure of Plants -Cells and their Modi- fications-Epidermal Tissue and its Appendages-Compound Organs divisible into Nutritive and Reproductive Of the Nutritive Organs -1 The Root Distinc- tions between Roots and Stems Epiphytic and Parasitic Plants-Form of Roots The Stem General Characters of-Buds-Processes of Budding Grafting Layering &c External Modifications of the Stem-Internal Structure- Age and Size of Trees-Mode of ascertaining their Age TheLeaf General Characters and Structure II Of the Reproductive Organs -Bract or Floral Leaf- Inflorescence-The Flower and its Parts Calyx Corolla Androecium Gyncecium Fruit and Seed Part II -Physiological Botany Functions of the Nutritive Organs -Food of Plants Ap- plications of in Agriculture and Horticulture Function of Absorption Practical application of its knowledge in Trans- planting Trees &c -Distribution of Fluid Matters through the Plant and their Alternation in the Leaves Its Influence in Nature-Practical Applications arising from knowledge of these changes Respiration Importance of in preserving the Composition of the Atmosphere and Water-Wardian Cases and the important purposes to which they may be applied II Functions of the Reproductive Organs -Functions of the Calyx and Corolla-Fertilization-Hybridization-Ger- mination-Vitality and Dispersion of Seeds book recommended Bentley's Manual of Botany 3rd Edition
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