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- adv. In a teratological manner or context.
Considered teratologically, the changes, as regards the number of organs, are readily grouped into those consequent on a decreased and into those resulting from an increased development.
Considered teratologically, petaloid coloration of the sepals is either general or partial; in the latter case the nerves retain their green colour longest.
This question must be decided by the organogenists; teratologically, however, there can be no doubt that ovules may be formed from both foliar and axial organs, and, moreover, that, owing to the variability above referred to, both in what are called natural and in what are deemed abnormal conditions, it can rarely happen that any safe inferences as to the normal or typical placentation of any family of plants can be drawn from exceptional or monstrous formations.
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