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“The green fruit curved out its bristly-soft bunch, the purple flower-bud depending stiffly.”
“Now they had unfolded from the hard flower-bud, and had the wonder, and the stillness of”
“Corey slowly raised his closed palm, then unfolded it painstakingly, like a flower-bud.”
“But behold! the tiny flower-bud of the fern reddened and moved as though alive.”
“On the 19th August one of the plants had attained a height of above 28 inches, and had nine fine leaves and a flower-bud; the other was about”
“The stamens presented different degrees of development; in some cases they were fully formed, the anther-lobes open, and the pollen exposed; while in other instances the filaments were involute or circinate, just as the ordinary stamens are in the unexpanded flower-bud.”
“The accessory bud presents itself as a leaf-bud, a branch, a flower-bud, or a miniature inflorescence; it may be sessile, but is far more frequently stalked, and in more than half the number of cases it is a flower-bud or an inflorescence.”
“The prolonged axis is more frequently terminated by a flower-bud than by a leaf-bud, though it must be remarked, that the lengthened and protruded stem frequently bears leaves upon its sides, even if it terminate in a flower, and thus the new growth partakes of a mixed leafy and floral nature.”
“= -- It is very doubtful whether a flower-bud has ever been found actually on a leaf.”
“Any of the parts of the flower may thus subtend a flower-bud, though probably the new buds more frequently originate in the axils of the sepals than in the other whorls.”
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