“ For lovelier things were never seen , Than clustered Pinks on grass plots green ; Or blooming in the neat trimm'd bed , By dews of heaven well nurtured . ” Many persons suppose the Pink ( Dianthus ) to be a descendant of the Carnation ...
It is throughout Europe a very favourite flower , and is the Clochette of the French , and is called by the Germans either Weisen - Busch , or Grass - glass . In some English counties it is familiarly called Witches ' Thimble .
Genetics. of. Grass. Flower. Development. CLINTON J. WHIPPLE AND ROBERT J. SCHMIDT ... 357 B. Thinking Outside of the MADS‐box: How Forward Screens Reveal Non‐MADS‐box Genes Important for Grass Floral Patterning. . . . . 359 IV.
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indeterminate, the floral meristem is a determinate meristem whose activity is terminated after producing a certain number ... A remarkable characteristic of the grass inflorescence is that flowers are formed in a small, highly modified ...
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grown on in pots for a year, protected from frost in winter, and planted outside next season. Also by dividing the creeping roots in spring. Briza (Quaking Grass).-Very graceful and pretty flowering grasses cminently suitable for ...
The Floral Offering: a Token of Affection and Esteem; Comprising the Language and Poetry of Flowers ... Henrietta Dumont. GRASS .... Submission . According to the Greek historians , Grass was made the symbol of submission , because the ...
The agricultural value of a grass depends & . mainly upon the quantity , quality , size , and nutritive properties of the leaves . ( 4. ) The flowers : The flowers of the grasses are generally at the end of the stem or the side branches ...
GRASS ORDER , GRAMINACEÆ . Stems round , mostly hollow and knotted ; leaves alternate , sheathing , with the sheath cleft on one side ; stamens generally three , and pistils two ; each flower producing a single seed . 1.
TUSSAC - GRASS . 329 66 pared with the Pampas - grass of America with its towering stems , or to the Tussac - grass of the Falkland Islands . This Grass forms balls round its roots , five or six feet high , and from the top of these ...
a a The flowers that have been described so far in this book have been conspicuous mostly because of their color whether ... There is a vast number of plants lacking color , the majority consisting of the grasses , sedges , and rushes .