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Entoloma elodes (Fries : Fries) Kummer

 

Synonymes: Entoloma helodes ; Rhodophyllus jubatus ss. Konr. & Maubl. ; Rhodophyllus porphyrophaeus ss. Konr. & Maubl.

 

Nom français: Entolome brun violacé Nom anglais: Violet-brown Entoloma

 

Chapeau: 2,5-5 cm de diamètre, conique-convexe avec un petit mamelon souvent assez proéminent, s'étalant avec l'âge en conservant son mamelon ou devenant un peu déprimé au centre; à surface sèche ou parfois un peu hygrophane, fibrilleuse-squamuleuse, gris-brun, parfois avec une nuance violacée ou pourprée; à marge non striée, longtemps incurvée; à chair mince, grisâtre lorsque imbue, blanchâtre au sec, à odeur faible et à saveur de farine.

 

Lames: émarginées, larges, assez serrées, blanchâtres au début, puis grisâtre rosé et brun rosé.

 

Pied: 4-8 cm de long par 4-7 mm de diamètre, souvent un peu élargi vers la base, cartilagineux, creux, cassant, fibrilleux-strié de gris-brun, parfois avec une nuance violacée, sur fond blanchâtre, la base recouverte de mycélium blanc.

 

Spores: anguleuses à 6-8 côtés irréguliers (surtout 7 côtés), 9-11,5 x 6,5-7,5 µm. Sporée brun rose.

 

Habitat: Dans la mousse polytric et le lichen, en terrains sablonneux, dans les boisés de conifères ou mixtes, en août et en septembre. Rare

 

Comestibilité: inconnue. Commentaires: Les quatre membres du complexe Entoloma elodes (Fries) Kummer, Entoloma jubatum (Fries) Karsten, Entoloma porpyrophaeum (Fries) Karsten et Entoloma violaceum Murrill, sont très difficiles à résoudre et ont fait l'objet d'interprétations différentes de la part de plusieurs auteurs. Aussi, il se pourrait que des experts en entolomes aient une opinion différente quant au taxon exact à appliquer à l'espèce illustrée et décrite ci-dessus.

   

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Title: Emblemi di Andrea Alciato, huomo chiarissimo, dal latino nel vulgare italiano ridotti

Identifier: emblemidiandreaa00alci

Year: 1626 (1620s)

Authors: Alciati, Andrea, 1492-1550 Cadamosto, Paolo Emilio

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Publisher: In Padoua, Per P. P. Tozzi

  

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atus Thcbanis fuerant ifta reperta viris.Cur refidenc ? Quia mente graues decec elTe quieta luridicos, animo nec variare Jeui.Cur fine fu nt manibus ? Cap!antnexenia>necfe VoWió cis fletti muneribus ve finan t.CxQMs ateft Princeps; quòd folis auribusjabfque AfFeótuj conftans iufla Senatus agir. Sopra il Senato dvn Buon Trencìpe.EMBLEMA CXLV. DIALOGISMO. T/^ONCHE effigie di man ri fi e don quindi yi^uantil Sacro <^ltar de Sommi Dei,E la prima tra quefte è docchi friua.Quefli fegni dtmmenfa Poteflatey S di Senato immacolato ^ e Santo,Trouati fur da gli Huomini Thebani,Terche fiedon ^ Terche conuien, che i graniGiudici ftan di mente chetale falda ;J{on Vari nò , né d^animo leggiero.Terche fon fen^^a man ^ Terche prefentil^n piglin y non accettin ; né giamai. O 4 Viegar 2i5 Andrea fidati Tiegar fi lafi:in da pìcomejje, e doni.Ma cieco é7 Trence : Turche, con le foleOrecchie yfi^ni^ affetto yOgnor coftanteEffeguijce i comandi del Senato. Confiliarij Principum.EMBLEMA CXLVI.

 

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HE R O V M genices,&magniim fertur AchillemIn ftabulis Chiron erudìjiTe fiiis, .S^mifenim do6torem, & femiviium Centaurum, AfTìdear qaisqnis Regibns, efTe decet.Eft fera,dum violac focios, dum proterit hoftes :Eltqi homo 5 dum fimulat fé populo ti^t pium. Con- 217 1 Embternata . IConftglieri de Trencipi *E M B L E M A GXLVI.Ne//RR A s 15 che Chiron,we le fue fialle\H abbi a i Figliuoli de fourani Heroi^mmaertrati, e, tra molti altri, achille.Coniiien, che fta Dottor Semiferino, E me:^human Centauro , qtial fi fiaVhuom, che confi gli a i IR^, eha i %egi a(Jìde£* Fera , mentre i fuoi Compagni inganna ;iJHentre trucida glinimici ; c^ Huómo,^JHentre fimuU al Topol deffer pio. Opulentia ryranni,p3uperras (ubiedorumEMBLEMA GXLVI I.

  

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Title: Emblemi di Andrea Alciato, huomo chiarissimo, dal latino nel vulgare italiano ridotti

Identifier: emblemidiandreaa00alci

Year: 1626 (1620s)

Authors: Alciati, Andrea, 1492-1550 Cadamosto, Paolo Emilio

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HE R O V M genices,&magniim fertur AchillemIn ftabulis Chiron erudìjiTe fiiis, .S^mifenim do6torem, & femiviium Centaurum, AfTìdear qaisqnis Regibns, efTe decet.Eft fera,dum violac focios, dum proterit hoftes :Eltqi homo 5 dum fimulat fé populo ti^t pium. Con- 217 1 Embternata . IConftglieri de Trencipi *E M B L E M A GXLVI.Ne//RR A s 15 che Chiron,we le fue fialle\H abbi a i Figliuoli de fourani Heroi^mmaertrati, e, tra molti altri, achille.Coniiien, che fta Dottor Semiferino, E me:^human Centauro , qtial fi fiaVhuom, che confi gli a i IR^, eha i %egi a(Jìde£* Fera , mentre i fuoi Compagni inganna ;iJHentre trucida glinimici ; c^ Huómo,^JHentre fimuU al Topol deffer pio. Opulentia ryranni,p3uperras (ubiedorumEMBLEMA GXLVI I.

 

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2i8 Andrea inficiati HV M A NI quòd fpJen eft corporis, in populi reHoc Caefar fifcum dixerat effe fuum.Splene audo, rcliqui tabefcuntcorporis artus >Fifco audio, argiiitur ciuica pauperies. La ^cche:(^^a de Tirami è la Vouertà dt Soggetti EMBLEMA CXLVIL C7o, CKè nel corpo human la mil:i^, diffe[efar Traian, che fojje que(lo ancora,J^ la robba del popolo, il fuo Fifco,Se la milT^a fi gonfia, e crefce ; lUltre Tarti inferman del corpo : EI Fifco riccoLa Vouertà Cimi dichiaray e fcopre,

  

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Psathyrella candolleana (Fries : Fries) Maire Nom français: Psathyrelle de De Candolle Nom anglais: Common Psathyrella ; Suburban Psathyrella

Chapeau: 2-7 cm de diamètre, conique ou convexe au début, puis devenant campanulé ou étalé-mamelonné; à surface lisse, hygrophane, jaunâtre, miel ou brunâtre lorsque humide, parfois un peu violacée vers la marge, devenant blanchâtre à beige en séchant, souvent ornée de débris fibrilleux blancs au pourtour; à marge frangée de vestiges du voile; à chair très mince, fragile, blanchâtre à jaunâtre, sans odeur ni saveur particulières.

Lames: adnées, serrées, blanchâtres au début, puis brun grisâtre à brun pourpré et finalement brun foncé, crénelées et blanchâtres à l'arête.

Pied: 4-10 cm de long par 3-8 mm de diamètre, égal, creux, lisse ou fibrilleux-floconneux, blanc.

Voile partiel: laissant des lambeaux fibrilleux à la marge du chapeau et une zone annuliforme, fibrilleuse, fugace sur le pied.

Spores: ellipsoïdes, lisses, à pore germinatif visible, tronqué, 7-10 x 4-5 µm.

Sporée brun pourpré foncé.

Habitat: En groupes ou en touffes près des souches ou sur du bois enfoui de feuillus, du printemps à l'automne. Pendant les périodes pluvieuses, en été, cette psathyrelle peut apparaître en grand nombre sur les pelouses, dans les parcs ou les jardins. Commun

Comestibilité: Comestible, certains la disent très bonne.

 

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Cortinarius caninus (Fries) Fries

Nom français: Cortinaire des chiens

Chapeau: 3-9 cm de diamètre, globuleux au début, puis conique-convexe et convexe-étalé avec un large mamelon bas; à surface sèche, à fines fibrilles innées, crème brunâtre puis brun ocracé pâle; à marge longtemps incurvée, appendiculée de fibrilles au début; chair violacée dans le chapeau et le haut du pied chez les jeunes, devenant blanchâtre ou jaunâtre avec l'âge, à odeur faible et à saveur douce.

Lames: adnées, assez serrées, violacée pâle au début, brun argilacé avec l'âge, plus pâles à l'arête.

Pied: 5-11 cm de long par 0,8-1,4 cm de diamètre, un peu clavé, plein, fibrilleux, blanchâtre, parfois un peu violacé vers le sommet, jaunissant dans la partie inférieure et plus ou moins orné de bandelettes de fibrilles plus foncées. Cortine blanchâtre laissant une zone annulaire fibrilleuse, fugace, vers le sommet du pied.

Spores: largement ellipsoïdes à subglobuleuses, verruqueuses, 8-9,5 x 6,5-7,5 µm. Sporée brun rouille.

Habitat: En groupes dans la litière d'aiguilles et les feuilles mortes dans les sapinières mêlées de feuillus, en août et en septembre. Occasionnel

Comestibilité: inconnue.

  

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Cortinarius flexipes var. flabellus (Fries : Fries) Lindström & Melot

Synonyme: Cortinarius paleaceus Nom français: Cortinaire pélargonié

Chapeau: 2-6 cm de diamètre, conique au début, puis conique-campanulé et étalé-mamelonné ; à surface hygrophane, parsemée de fibrilles blanches sur fond brun foncé, parfois devenant presque glabre avec l'âge ; à marge souvent striée par transparence sur le quart du rayon au frais, bordée d'une ceinture de fibrilles blanchâtres, vestiges du voile; à chair assez mince, brun aqueux, à forte odeur de géranium et à

saveur plutôt douce.

Lames: adnées à échancrées, larges, subespacées, parfois dorsalement interveinées, brunâtre-grisâtre au début, parfois avec une touche de violacé, virant au brun rouille avec l'âge, plus pâles à l'arête.

Pied: 2,5-6 cm de long par 0,3-0,8 cm de diamètre, égal, souvent flexueux ou courbé, creux avec l'âge, orné d'une zone annulaire blanchâtre bien distincte et, en dessous, de bandelettes fibrilleuses-floconneuses blanchâtres sur fond brun grisâtre pâle au sommet et brun à roussâtre plus bas.

Voile partiel: une cortine blanchâtre.

Spores: ellipsoïdes, finement verruqueuses, 7,5-9,0 x 5-6 µm. Sporée brun rouille.

Habitat: En groupes dans la litière humide d'aiguilles et de feuilles mortes, sous les sapins mêlés de feuillus, parfois sur du bois très pourri, en septembre.

Comestibilité: inconnue.

Commentaire: La variété flabellus se distingue de la variété flexipes par l'absence souvent complète de colorations violacées, un chapeau orné de fibrilles plutôt que de squamules, parfois même presque glabre sauf à la marge, et des spores un peu plus larges.

  

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Identifier: insektenborse151898leip

Title: Insektenborse.

Year: 1898 (1890s)

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Publisher: Leipzig Stuttgart

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. 65 S). Porto 10Käfer: Callisth. retic. St. 20 Dtz.2 Ji. Calos. sycoph., St. 10 Carab.nit. 10 c), Dtz. 1 J6, violac. 5, Dtz.40 cancell. 5, Dtz. 50, granul.5, Dtz. 50 o), Geotr. typhoeus 5, Dtz.50 Ceramb. heros St. 15 un-gen. Porto 20 [744C. Irrgang, Potsdam, Mauerstr. 23. menschen- Skelette, tadellos in Papiermachenachgebüdet, lief. d.St. z. 120 JiL. W. Schaufuss sonst E. Klocke,Meissen (Sachsen). Brief- markensammlung zu kaufen gesucht. [663Philipp Kosack, Berlin, NeueKönigsstrasse 39. — 150 — Neu eingetroffen! Schmetterlingeaus Central- u. Süd-Brasilien, 100 Stück 25 Arten 10 Jh. 100 „ 30 5) 15 100 „ 50 J) 25 100 „ 60 11 35 ii 100 „ 70 11 45 V 100 „ 80 11 55 ii 100 „ 100 11 60 ii in Düten ü. in guter Qualität, so-weit man letzteres nach der Unter-seite beurth eilen kann. Auswahlsendungen vorzügl. v.Schmetterlingen aus der Süd-Seeu. von Süd-Amerika werd. jeder-zeit zu den billigsten Preisen ge-macht. C. Ribbe jun., Oberlössnitz b. Dresden. Internationaler

 

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Verein d. gebil-Sammler aller Gegründet.1. April 1884. deten Insekten-Welttheile. Ca. 1200 Mitgl.in allenLändern. Für nnr 14 Mark versendet in frischen und reinenStücken gespannt: Hyp. helios q1,Parn. v. staudingeri u. Q,apollonius q?, Pier. v. altensisq?, Col. pamiri q?, eogene q?,Sat. heydenreichi (j1 gegen Nach-nahme od. Einsend. d. Betrages.H. Thieie, Berlin, Steglitzerstr. 7. [723 Vertrauenswürdigen Sammlern v. Käfern stehen umfangreiche Auswahl- Sendungen zu Diensten.L W. Schaufuss sonst E Klocke,Meissen, Sachsen. Gediegenes, durch seine Artikel die entomolog. Wissenschaftförderndes Vereins-Organ, alle 14 Tage erscheinend. IPF* Mit-glieder haben pro Jahr 100 Druckzeilen Frei-Inserate! Grosse,kostbare entomolog. Bibliothek, die zur freien Benutzung. DreiTauschstellen zum Umtausch und Verkauf von Doubletten! Vereins-lager aller entomolog. Geräthschaften und Verkauf europ. sowieausländ. Insekten zu niedrigsten Preisen! Jahresbeitrag einschl. Zeitschrift nur 5 Mk. (auchhalb

  

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Identifier: emblemidallatino00alci

Title: Emblemi. Dal latino nel vulgare italiano ridotti, contenenti il fiore et la sostanza de' più scelti scrittori & delle più celebri discipline dell'vniuerso, ripieni di ottimi consigli & saluteuoli documenti, per l'vso ciuile et morale della vita humana

Year: 1626 (1620s)

Authors: Alciati, Andrea, 1492-1550 Cadmusto, Paolo Emilio

Subjects: Emblems

Publisher: Padoua, P.P. Tozzi

Contributing Library: Duke University Libraries

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Senato. Confiliarij Principimi.EMBLEMA CXLVI. WtìlHiL^ÌJ^àiijJig Ìlfc^ lJ:registered:^^H j3^j3 ffifiBS —yj_Biè«^^—-=S3U _-=^?L ~*- j£0z^ik ^ ^^^^Jt NÉ ^^Kj 1 * =rt B11W iffl 1 f | Wm ^j: silk^j É^^S ^wJy K^— 7 m^Wl ^gggj^f^gli ^^MMi HE R. QV M genires, &magnum fertur AchiliemIn ftabulis Chiron erudljfle (Iris.Semifernm c!o6borem, & femivirum Cenraurum, Aflìdear quisqufs Regibus, effe decer.Eft fera,dam.violac focios, dum proferir hoftes :Eftq; homo, dum iìmulatfe populo eflfepium*. Con-. 217 Emblemata .Conpglieri de Trencipi.EMBLEMA GXLVI. Narrasi, che Chiron ,ne le fue fiaìle\Habbia i Figliuoli de fourani Heroi^4mmaeHrati, e, tra molti altri, ^Achille.?onuien, che fia Bottor Semiferino,E me^kuman Centauro, qual fi fìaLbuom9cbe configlia i T^^cWa i %egi afide.E Fera, mentre ifuoi Compagni inganna ;^Centre trucida glinimici ; & Huomo>iJMentre fimula al Topol dejfer pio. Opulcntia tyranni,p3uperras fubie<ftorum.E MB LE.MA CXLVII. T

 

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218 ^Andrea selciati HV M A NI quòd fpien eft corporis, in populi reHoc Gefar nTcum dfxerar effe fuum.Splene aucto, reliqui tabefcuntcorporis artas >Fifco aucì:o3 arguitur ciuica pauperies. La T^cche^a de Tiranni è la Touertà de* Soggetti. EMBLEMA CXLVII. CI o, Chè nel corpo human la mil^a, diffe[efar Traìan, che fojfe quefjko ancora,J^e la robba del popolo yil fuo Fifco.Se la milxa fi gonfia, e crefce ; laltre Tarti inferman del corpo : EI Fifco riccoLa Touertà Ciuil dichiarale fi opre. Ai ma\* AA1 I I :k ;*,Ak.k k Quod k A |j j -fez- ~j^| ^f~ -■ - §,_—^ \\ A Hii USISiISà n ~ p k p^g ut^^a^J =^~> l Ita ••■:.\ - l ;iì P^iìCT nTv$iW> r ^s^lSOI A >: , LMiyKifi A !liJPgg^^x«Éi^iil J-* P^~ ~ _-^^^=:j£S=t~~m A W wHìtSP^fi^s^^ mSffSF^Zzg^Sfà *. £ iSLlzJ&Zjr ^=V <$\-^ L^^^^^^^H AA IHiBrfil» ■ A A ^^^^^^^^^^& SE ^^^K^R ~. -=^= Emblemata. 219 Quod non capir Chri ttus, rapit Fifcus. E M B L E MA CXLVIII. EXPRIMIT hurnentes,quasiammadefecerata

  

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Title: Huy! und Pfuy! der Welt. Huy, óder Anfrischung zu allen schönen Tugenden: Pfuy oder Abschreckung von allen schändlichen Lastern: durch underschiedliche sittliche Concept, Historien, und Fabeln vorgestellt ..

Year: 1707 (1700s)

Authors: Abraham a Santa Clara, Father, 1644-1709 Weigel, Christoph, ill

Subjects: Fables

Publisher: Würtzburg : Gedruckt bey M.F. Hertzen

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Identifier: bulletindelasoci21012191820soci

Title: Bulletin de la Société botanique de Genève

Year: 1909 (1900s)

Authors: Société botanique de Genève

Subjects: Botany Botany

Publisher: Genève, [Switzerland] : Société botanique de Genève

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; une trentaine de verticilles. La grandeur des entre-nœuds est trèsvariable, même sur deux échantillons provenant dune même station(par exemple, Hassler, n. 3447). Il nous semble de ce fait que laforme laxiflora de Chodat et Hassler, établie sur vr seul caractère dela longueur des entre-nœuds, doit être abandonnée. Par contre, lesformes angustifolia et lalifolia des mêmes auteurs, sont bien définieset mériteraient dêtre considérées comme des variétés. Leur différenceest telle que Fries a douté quil sagît bien dune seule et même espèce.Brésil : Banda orient, et prov. La Plata Tweedie (ex Bentham).—Chili? ex Phïlippi : « Stemodia lànceolata... Lobeloides Lehm. = Chi-lensis Bentb. sed sec, DC. sp. distincta. » — Uruguay : (ex Griserach .Andes de Mendoza : Gjllies] (ex BenthaiH). — Argentine : Prèsdes lagunes, dans les Campos élevés de San Fernando et dans le Banadode Flores; décembre (ex Hicken).— Paraguay : Concepcion, Rio Tebi-cuari (ex Kuntze).

 

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Fig. 30. — Stemodia lànceolata : à droite, jeune étamine non encore déhiscente,face ventrale et face dorsale. Varietas angustifolia (Cliod. et Hassl.) Minod. — Foliis elongatis,hasi modice sensim attenuatis nec nisi rarius subito angustatis. Plaid;elatior (0,3-0,8 m. alta) = forma lancoelata Cliod. Hassl. Paraguay : In campo pr. San Bernardino Hassler, n. 3447! , pet.violac. — In valle fluminis Y-aea Hassler, n. 6565!;, pet. lilac. —Zwischen Rio Apa und Aquidaban, feuchter Camp Fiebrig, n. 4830! ,pet. ail). -- Tobaty pr. Cerro Aparepy [Fierrig, n. 806! . — Camposbajos Camina à Tacivara] Rojas, n. 1099! = Hassler, n. 99! , pet. (57) M. MliNOD. CONTRIBUTION A LÉTUDE DU GENRE STEMODIA 211 lilac, lierba suffrut. 0,6-0,8 m. — In regione collum « Cerros deTobaly» [Hassler, n. 6385 !], pet. ail)., lierba 0,6-0,8 ni. folia gluti-nosa, in palude. — [Anisits, n. 2248] (ex Fries). — Bolivie : Chaco,Tatarenda, loco uliginoso [Fries, n. 1521 . — Argentine : Entrerios,Cord

  

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Identifier: emblemidiandreaa00alci

Title: Emblemi di Andrea Alciato, huomo chiarissimo, dal latino nel vulgare italiano ridotti

Year: 1626 (1620s)

Authors: Alciati, Andrea, 1492-1550 Cadamosto, Paolo Emilio

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atus Thcbanis fuerant ifta reperta viris.Cur refidenc ? Quia mente graues decec elTe quieta luridicos, animo nec variare Jeui.Cur fine fu nt manibus ? Cap!antnexenia>necfe VoWió cis fletti muneribus ve finan t.CxQMs ateft Princeps; quòd folis auribusjabfque AfFeótuj conftans iufla Senatus agir. Sopra il Senato dvn Buon Trencìpe.EMBLEMA CXLV. DIALOGISMO. T/^ONCHE effigie di man ri fi e don quindi yi^uantil Sacro <^ltar de Sommi Dei,E la prima tra quefte è docchi friua.Quefli fegni dtmmenfa Poteflatey S di Senato immacolato ^ e Santo,Trouati fur da gli Huomini Thebani,Terche fiedon ^ Terche conuien, che i graniGiudici ftan di mente chetale falda ;J{on Vari nò , né d^animo leggiero.Terche fon fen^^a man ^ Terche prefentil^n piglin y non accettin ; né giamai. O 4 Viegar 2i5 Andrea fidati Tiegar fi lafi:in da pìcomejje, e doni.Ma cieco é7 Trence : Turche, con le foleOrecchie yfi^ni^ affetto yOgnor coftanteEffeguijce i comandi del Senato. Confiliarij Principum.EMBLEMA CXLVI.

 

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HE R O V M genices,&magniim fertur AchillemIn ftabulis Chiron erudìjiTe fiiis, .S^mifenim do6torem, & femiviium Centaurum, AfTìdear qaisqnis Regibns, efTe decet.Eft fera,dum violac focios, dum proterit hoftes :Eltqi homo 5 dum fimulat fé populo ti^t pium. Con- 217 1 Embternata . IConftglieri de Trencipi *E M B L E M A GXLVI.Ne//RR A s 15 che Chiron,we le fue fialle\H abbi a i Figliuoli de fourani Heroi^mmaertrati, e, tra molti altri, achille.Coniiien, che fta Dottor Semiferino, E me:^human Centauro , qtial fi fiaVhuom, che confi gli a i IR^, eha i %egi a(Jìde£* Fera , mentre i fuoi Compagni inganna ;iJHentre trucida glinimici ; c^ Huómo,^JHentre fimuU al Topol deffer pio. Opulentia ryranni,p3uperras (ubiedorumEMBLEMA GXLVI I.

  

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Title: Historiae naturalis de quadrupetibus libri : cum aeneis figuris; [Historiae naturalis de serpentibus libri II ; Historiae naturalis de insectis libri III ; Historiae naturalis de exanguibus aquaticis libri IV ; Historiae naturalis de piscibus et cetis libri V ; Historiae naturalis de avibus libri VI]

Year: 1650 (1650s)

Authors: Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675 Merian, Matthaeus, 1621-1687, ill Merian, Matthaeus, 1593-1650, publisher Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675. Historiae naturalis de quadripedibus libri Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675. Historiae naturalis de avibus libri VI Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675. Historiae naturalis de piscibus et cetis libri V Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675. Historiae naturalis de exanguibus aquaticis libri IV Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675. Historiae naturalis de insectis libri III Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675. Historiae naturalis de serpentibus libri II Godman, Frederick Du Cane, 1834-1919, former owner. DSI Bayer, Frederick M., former owner. DSI Marggraf, Georg, 1610-1644 Burndy Library, donor. DSI

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Title: Florists' review [microform]

Identifier: 5205536_35_1

Year: 1912 (1910s)

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Subjects: Floriculture

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J. J. WILSON SBBD CO., Inc. NEWARK, N. J. Mention Th« RcTlew when jon write. NewCrop Asparagus Plumosus Nanus Wisconsin Greenliouse-SToi^n Seed , Not to be compared wiih the inferior California and Florida outf1oor-»?rown ^eed. 1000 seeds, $3.25; 5000 $14.50; 10 000. $27.50 Asparagrus Spreneeii 1000 seeds, 75c; 5000 seeas, $3.00 G. H. HUNKEL CO., Seedsmen, Nilwankee, Wis. Mention The Rerlew when yoo write. T TT TTTlif Glsranteum, Rubrnm. Formosum, -L^A-L^i-Ui'A Album. Anratum: French Rumans, Freeslaa, Spiraea Oladglone; strlect stock of dor- mant Roses for forcing; Oladiolus America, Peo- nies; Lily of the Valley pips from BtoiaK; Wood Moss and Sphagnum, Bamboo Canes and Florists' Supplies. Write for Prices To-bak-ine, NUcotlne and Nfco-Fume n BIKrONI 1*8 ^•**' *>^ street, W. AUOVUni, CIMCINMATI, OHIO J% ■■ BB ■% g^ Best that crow. We sell dl ^^L L II^T rect to gardeners and florists at J% ■ r 11 ^ wholesale. Blir beautiful cata Vbk W lORuefree. Write today. ABCHUfi HRRn STORK. Box 34. HGOAMA. MO. Mention Tbe Serlew wlien roa write. BEGONIAS S. A W. Co.'s Gold Medal Strain Size of Bulbs, 1^ Inches 100 $4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 COUNT ZEPPELIN. Dwarf, compact aid bushy: flowers bright crimson-scarlet; free-flowering and a splendid bedder. $l .25 per doz., $8.00 per 100. LAFAYETTE. This is one of the grandest bedJers. very floriferous and of good, erect habit. Flowers of medium size, very double and of the most brilliant orange-scarlet. 11.75 ner doz ' $12.00 per 100. SINGLE GIANT SINGLE DOUBLE Scarlet... Doz. $0.40 100 J2 50 Fringed Doz. Dark Red 40 2.50 Doz. 100 Rose $0.50 Pmk 40 /.50 White $1.50 $10.00 Orange... 50 Rose 40 2.60 2.50 2.50 Salmon 1.60 Rose 1.50 Yellow 1.50 10.00 10.00 10.00 Red Da-k Red Salmon.. 50 White.... 40 40 60 Yellow... 50 Naokeen. 40 2.50 Red 1.50 10.00 Yellow... 50 Orange... 40 40 2.50 2..')0 2.25 Orange 1.50 Mixed 1.00 10.00 8.00 White.... 50 Salmon . Mixed... 60 Mixed.... 30 S. & W. Ck>.*s Superb Doz. 100 Emp. Frederick, red. bordered white. .$0.75 $6.00 Emp. William, violet, bordered white .75 5.00 Princess Elizabeth, white, bordered blue 75 6.00 Mount Blanc, pure white 76 6.00 Violac^a, dark violet 76 5.00 Mme. Helene, white, crowned violet.. .75 5.00 Strain GLOXINIAS Princess Mathilde, white, bordered ^'ose . ... . $0.76 $6.00 Q I'een Victoria, dark rose 76 6.00 Defiance, scarlet 86 6.00 King of the Reds, deeo scarlet 86 6.00 Prince Albert, dark violet 85 6.00 Finest Mixed 60 4.00 30-32 Barclay St., NEW YORK jA Always tnentioq the Florists' Review when writing advertisers o*

  

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Identifier: rustsofaustralia00mcal

Title: The rusts of Australia, their structure, nature, and classification

Year: 1906 (1900s)

Authors: McAlpine, Daniel, 1848-1932

Subjects: Uredineae

Publisher: Melbourne, Brain

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(J. H. Itoliin-oii, lhot PUCCINIA. CARYOPHYLLACEAE, MALVACEAE, and GERANIACEAE. 266 Explanation of Plates. Fig. 106. 108. PLATE XIII. {All Figures X 250 unless otherwise stated.)PUCCINIA. Teleutospores of Pitccinia eriostemonis on Eriostcmon myoporoidrs. Teleutospores of P. correae on Correa lawrenciana. Teleutospores and mesospores of P. boroniae on Boronia s-pinescens. Teleutospores and mesospores of P. ■pritzeliana on Tremandra sielligcra, someteleutospores having germinated. lorj. Teleutospores of P. hedcraceae on Viola hederacea. no. Teleutospores of the same, more highly magnified, to show more clearly theslightly warted epispore ... ... ... ... ... X 500 Teleutospore of P. aegra on Viola tricolor with smooth epispore. (\Yin Rabh. Fungi Europaei, 3113) Teleutospores of P. violac on Viola arenaria, wtih smooth episporeUredineen, 286) B. GroveX 500 (Sydow,x 500 Plate XIII.

 

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0. II. Robinson, Phot PUCCINIA. RUTACEAE, TREMANDREAE, and VIOLACEAE 268 Explanation of Plates. PLATE XIV. {All Figures X ^50.) PUCCIXIA GRAMINIS on VARIOUS GRASSES.Fig. 113. Teleutospores and mesospores on wild oat, Avena fatua. 114. Teleutospores on barley, Hordeum vulgare. 115. 116. Teleutospores, mesospores, and uredospore, one of the first three-celled, on native barley, Echinofogon ovatus. 117. Teleutospores on cocksfoot, Dactylis glomcrata. 118. Teleutospores and uredospores on silver grass, Fesiuca bromoides. 1 hi. Teleutospores and uredospores on an imported barley grass, Hordeum secalinnm. 120. Teleutospores on small canary-seed grass, Phalaris minor. 121. Teleutospores on native wheat grass, Agro-pyron scabrum. 122. Teleutospores on Amphibromus neesii. Plate XIV

  

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Identifier: rustsofaustralia00mcal

Title: The rusts of Australia, their structure, nature, and classification

Year: 1906 (1900s)

Authors: McAlpine, Daniel, 1848-1932

Subjects: Uredineae

Publisher: Melbourne, Brain

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<;. II. Robinson, Phot. x -50- PUCCINiA.FICOIDEAE, POLYGONACEAE, and CHENOPODIACEAE. 264 /Explanation of Plates. PLATE XII. [All Figures X £50.) PUCCINIA.Fig. 97. Teleutospores of Puccinia arenariae on Stellaria media. 98. Teleutospores of P. flagianthi on Plagianthus sidoides, the epispore being slightly channelled. 99. Teleutospores (stained; of P. malvacearum on Malva rotundifi 100. Teleutospores and mesospore of P. malvacearum on Lavatcra flfbcia. 101. Teleutospores, mostly one-celled, of P. liettrospora on Abutilon ensfum. 102. Teleutospores and mesospores of P. morrisoni on Pelargonium austr. 103. Uredospores of P. gcranii-filosi on Geranium ■pilosum. 104. Teleutospores of the same, the single germ pore being noticeable as a paler channel through the apex of the cell wall.

 

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(J. H. Itoliin-oii, lhot PUCCINIA. CARYOPHYLLACEAE, MALVACEAE, and GERANIACEAE. 266 Explanation of Plates. Fig. 106. 108. PLATE XIII. {All Figures X 250 unless otherwise stated.)PUCCINIA. Teleutospores of Pitccinia eriostemonis on Eriostcmon myoporoidrs. Teleutospores of P. correae on Correa lawrenciana. Teleutospores and mesospores of P. boroniae on Boronia s-pinescens. Teleutospores and mesospores of P. ■pritzeliana on Tremandra sielligcra, someteleutospores having germinated. lorj. Teleutospores of P. hedcraceae on Viola hederacea. no. Teleutospores of the same, more highly magnified, to show more clearly theslightly warted epispore ... ... ... ... ... X 500 Teleutospore of P. aegra on Viola tricolor with smooth epispore. (\Yin Rabh. Fungi Europaei, 3113) Teleutospores of P. violac on Viola arenaria, wtih smooth episporeUredineen, 286) B. GroveX 500 (Sydow,x 500 Plate XIII.

  

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Title: Encyclopédie d'histoire naturelle; ou, traité complet de cette science d'après les travaux des naturalistes les plus éminents de tous les pays et de toutes les époques: Buffon, Daubenton, Lacépède, G. Cuvier, F. Cuvier, Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Latreille, De Jussieu, Brongniart, etc

Identifier: encyclopdiedhi15chen

Year: [186-?-187-?] ([180s)

Authors: Chenu, Jean Charles, 1808-1879; Desmarest, E. (Eugène), 1816-1890

Subjects: Natural history -- Dictionaries

Publisher: Paris : E. Girard et A. Boitte

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COLÉOPTÈRES. Ï9 0"" GROUPE. 10°' GROUPE. Il"" CROUPE.

 

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%. 116. — C. violac

  

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Title: Encyclopédie d'histoire naturelle; ou, traité complet de cette science d'après les travaux des naturalistes les plus éminents de tous les pays et de toutes les époques: Buffon, Daubenton, Lacépède, G. Cuvier, F. Cuvier, Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Latreille, De Jussieu, Brongniart, etc

Identifier: encyclopdiedhi15chen

Year: [186-?-187-?] ([180s)

Authors: Chenu, Jean Charles, 1808-1879; Desmarest, E. (Eugène), 1816-1890

Subjects: Natural history -- Dictionaries

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Title: Bulletin de la Socit botanique de Genve

Identifier: bulletindelasoci91soci

Year: 1909-1952 (1900s)

Authors: Socit botanique de Genve

Subjects: Plants; Plants -- Switzerland

Publisher: Genve, [Switzerland] : Socit botanique de Genve

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-210 isi LLETIN DE LA SOCIÃTà BOTANIQUE DE GENÃVE 56 une trentaine de verticilles. La grandeur des entre-nÅuds est très variable, même sur deux Ã:copyright:chantillons provenant d'une même station (par exemple, Hassler, n. 3447). Il nous semble de ce l'ait que la forme laxiflora de Chodat et Hassler, Ã:copyright:tablie sur ee seul caractère «le la longueur des entre-nÅuds, doit être abandonnÃ:copyright:e. Par contre, les loi- s angustifolia et latifolia des mêmes auteurs, sont bien dÃ:copyright:finies et mÃ:copyright:riteraient d'être considÃ:copyright:rÃ:copyright:es (â¢(â¢mine des variÃ:copyright:tÃ:copyright:s. Leur diffÃ:copyright:rence est lelle que Fries a doutÃ:copyright: qu'il s'agÃ:registered:t bien d'une seule et même espèce. BrÃ:copyright:sil : Banda orient, et prov. La Plata Tweedie (ex Bentham).- Ghili? ex Phïlippi : « Stemodia lanceolata... Lobeloides Lehm. Chi- lensis Benth. sed sec, DC. sp. distincta. » - - Uruguay : (ex Grisebach . Andes de Mendoza : GlLLIES (ex Bentham). -- Argentine : Près des lagunes, dans les Campos Ã:copyright:levÃ:copyright:s de San Fernando et dans le Banado de Flores; dÃ:copyright:cembre (ex Hicken).âParaguay : Conception, Rio Tebi- cuari (ex Kuntze).

 

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ETig\ :){).â Stemodia lanceolata: à droite, jeune Ã:copyright:tamine non encore dÃ:copyright:hiscente, Cace ventrale et face dorsale. Varietas angustifolia (Chod. et Hassl.) Minod. â Foliis elongatis, hasi modice sensim attenuatis nec nisi rarius subito angustatis. Planta elalior (0,3-0,8 m. alta) tonna lancoelata Chod. Hassl. Paraguay : In campo pr. San Bernardino Hassler, n. 3417! , pet. violac. - In valle Quminis Y-aca Hassler, u. 6565!], pet. lilac. - Zvvischen Rio Apa und Aquidaban, feuchter Camp Fiebrig, n. &830! , pet. alb. Tobat> pr. Cerro Aparepy Fiebrig, n. 806! . -- Campos bajos Camina à Tacivaral Rojas, n. 1099! = Hassler, n. 99! , pet.

  

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Title: Diseases of plants induced by cryptogamuc parasites; introduction to the study of pathogenic fungi, slime-fungi, bacteria, and algae. English ed. by William G. Smith

Identifier: diseasesofplants00tubeuoft

Year: 1897 (1890s)

Authors: Tubeuf, Karl, Freiherr von, 1862-

Subjects: Plant diseases; Parasitic plants

Publisher: London Longman's, Green

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140 ASCOMYCETES. cell-nucleus. This tissue so formed may be compared to the nutritive tissue formed secondarily from parenchyma as a result of other fungoid diseases, e.g. in violas attacked by Urocystis violac. If the formation of sporangia ensues in parts which would normally become collenchyma, the tissues there remain thin-walled. The sporangia of Protomyccs, according to De Bary/ begin to develop as soon as the young leaves and shoots of the host- plants emerge above the ground in spring. The sporangia first

 

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Fig. 47. — Protomyces macrosporus. Section through swollen leaf-stalk of Aego- podium. Towards the right end the cells are normal, elsewhere they are, under the influence of the mycelium, much enlarged and sepondarily divided ; two roundish sporangia lie in this tissue, (v. Tubeuf del.) appear as series of swellings on the hyphae and are easily detected in deformed plants as large thick-walled bodies lying in the intercellular spaces. They are liberated on decay of the host-plant, and in spring the contents swell up so as to rupture the thick outer wall, and the endosporium emerges as a vesicle or sporangium into which the protoplasmic contents pass to form numerous rod-shaped spores. The spores are ultimately expelled with considerable force, and, after conjugating in couples, they send forth a germ-tube which penetrates again into the tissues of the host-plant. ' Ue Bary, Beitriuje z. Morph. n. Pliy^iol. d. Pilze, also Botan. Zeitnng, 1874.

  

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Title: La biologie des plantes ..

Identifier: cu31924000673024

Year: 1917 (1910s)

Authors: Chodat, Robert, 1865-1934

Subjects: Plant ecology

Publisher: Genève [etc. ] Édition Atar

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146 BIOLOGIE DES PLANTES

 

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petites, k peine d'unpoucede longueur; d'autres, plusrares, attei- gnent jusqu'i un mhtre et plus de hauteur. Chez ces plantes qui vivent exclusivement ou sur la couronne ext^rieure des arbres de la forSt tropicale, expos^es k la vive lujnifere (/iff- Si), ou sur les branches des grandes Opines des Espi- nillares des plaines para- n^ennes ou chacoennes, les feuilles sent couvertes d'un indument presque continu de poils en ecusson qui vont, en entonnoir, s'implianter dans la feuille. Par le temps sec, ces poils appHqu^s centre la feuille lui donnent une apparence finement cha- grin^e, comme poussidreuse, comme parsem^e de petites ^caiUes nacr^es ou argent^es (figi. 88, 8^). Par le temps humide, cette apparence de lichen, d' JJsiiea ou de Celra- ria, disparait et fait place k une teinte vert gris4tre. Du milieu des petites rosettes aux feuilles dtroites, en bouquet, part une tige florif^re munie d'^caiUes et termin^e par quelques fleurs dont on ne voit poindre, hors des bract^es imbriqu^es, que la corolle tri- lobee. La couleur en est g^n^ralement pHle, jaune ou violac^e. F^cond^es, ces fleurs produisent une esp^ce de longue silique dans laquelle mftrissent des semences minuscules, fusiformes, accom- pagn^es par une aigrette de poils, soyeuse ou cotonneuse. A la maturite, on voit ces ^troites siliques s'ouvrir sous la pression des poils qui foisonnent, et les. semences, all^g^es par leur fine cheve- lure, se laisser balancer par la brise et transporter par les remous dur vent, un peu comme chez nous, au printemps, sont diss^min^es les semences des peupliers {/iff. 82, 8j). Fig. 82. — Dissimination par viviparie du Til-, landsia loliacea. En haut on voit la capsule-fruit ouverte, laissant fchapper non pas des jgraines, mais des plantules munies i leur base* des poils de la graine, hors de laquelle elles ont germi d^j& dans la capsule. En bas, 4 droite, deux plantules riunies en chainette et emportiSes par la brise. & gauche, cette chainette s'est accrochie i. la branche d'un haut buisson et I'une des plantules va pousser une racine crampon (comparez fig. 84). D'apris Chodat et Vischer.

  

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Identifier: gemyearbook1909tayl

Title: Gem Yearbook

Year: 1909 (1900s)

Authors: Taylor University

Subjects: Taylor University (Upland, IN) University History College Yearbooks Student Publications College Students

Publisher: Taylor University

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Miss Laurie Johnson, a native of Indiana. At-tended the public school at Ekin, Indiana. Took upthe study of Music in the Metropolitan School ofMusic in Indianapolis. Entered Taylor Universityin the fall of 1902. Graduated from the Departmentof Oratory with the class of 1905. Also pursuedwork in the Curry School of Expression, Boston,Massachusetts. Was a private pupil of Mrs. ViolaC. Scheible. Indianapolis. Indiana, and Anna BrightCurry, Dean of Curry School of Expression, from1905 to 1908; was director of the Meridian Male Col-lege School of Oratory. Also a teacher of Expres-sion in the Meridian Womans College. Became Professor of Oratory in Taylor Univer-sity in 1908. MISS LAURIE JOHNSON.

 

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Mis> Nettie C. Springer received her early edu-cation in the public schools of Indianapolis. Shestudied in the Little Rock University. There shestudied Voice under Professor W. \Y. Wallace. Sincethen she has studied under two other teachers ofdifferent schools. She taugnt in Ohio and in aBible training school in California. For the pasttwelve years she has been a singing evangelist, trav-eling with some of the most prominent evangelistsin the country. llecame instructor in Vocal Musicm Taylor University, 1908, where she has been doingexcellent work. MISS NETTIE C. SPRINGER.

  

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Title: Diseases of cultivated plants and trees

Identifier: diseasesofcultiv00massuoft

Year: [1910?] ([190s)

Authors: Massee, George, 1850-1917

Subjects: Plant diseases; Plants -- Wounds and injuries; Plants, Protection of; Trees -- Diseases and pests

Publisher: New York : Macmillan

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4o6 DISEASES OF CULTIVATED PLANTS SPHAEROPSIDIACEAE * Spores continuous PHOMA (Fries.) Perithecia subcutaneous then erumpent, globose or com- pressed, not beaked, mouth minute, conidia hyaline, continu- ous, elliptical to subglobose. A numerous genus, the species forming crowds of black microscopic dots on stems and leaves. Gooseberry shoot spot.—Numerous minute black dots nestling in the epidermis of gooseberry shoots, more especially

 

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Fic. 126.— I, Phyllostula violac on violet leaf; 2, section of a perilhecium of J'/iy/losticta ; 3,' spores of same ; 4, spot on violet leaf formed by the fungus ; 5, Phoina susf>ecta, on gooseberry twig ; 6, peritheciiini of same in section ; 7, spores of same. near the tip, are exceedingly common ; in fact it is difficult to meet with a shoot of the season clear of these dots, which are the perithecia of Phoina suspecta (Mass.). This fungus is slightly, if at all, parasitic in its nature, and does no real injury, but is somewhat interesting as having been on many

  

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Title: Diseases of plants induced by cryptogamic parasites; introduction to the study of pathogenic Fungi, slime-Fungi, bacteria, & Algae

Identifier: diseasesofplants00tube

Year: 1897 (1890s)

Authors: Tubeuf, Karl, freiherr von, 1862-; Smith, William G

Subjects: Plant diseases; Parasitic plants; Fungi

Publisher: London, New York [etc. ] Longmans, Green & co.

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uo ASCOMYCETES. cell-nucleus. This tissue so formed may be compared to the nutritive tissue formed secondarily from parenchyma as a result of other fungoid diseases, <\g. in violas attacked by Uroci/sfis violac. If the formation of sporangia ensues in parts which would normally become collenchyma, the tissues there remain thin-walled. The sporangia of Protomyccs, according to De Bary/ begin to develop as soon as the young leaves and shoots of the host- plants emerge above the ground in spring. The sporangia first

 

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Fig. iT. — Protomyces macrosporus. Section through swollen leaf-stalk oi Aego- potUuni. Towards the right end the cells are normal, elsewhere they are, under the influence of the mycelium, much enlarged and secondarily divided ; two roundish sporangia lie in tliis tissue, (v. Tubeuf del.) appear as series of swellings on the hyphae and are easily detected in deformed plants as large thick-walled bodies lying in the intercellular spaces. They are liberated on decay of the host-plant, and in spring the contents swell up so as to rupture the thick outer wall, and the endosporium emerges as a vesicle or sporangium into which the protoplasmic contents pass to form numerous rod-shaped spores. The spores are ultimately expelled with considerable force, and, after conjugating in couples, they send forth a germ-tube which penetrates again into the tissues of the host-plant. ' De Bary, Beitrciffe z. Morph. n. Physiol, d. Pike, also Botan. Zeitumj, 1874.

  

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Title: Cosmos / Revue encyclopédique hebdomadaire des progrès.des sciences

Identifier: cosmosrevueencyc01pari

Year: 1852 (1850s)

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COSMOS. ^ interferences, qu'on se pose naturellement cette oiiP^tfnn • u. v, risation ne sont-elles pas aussi un ph^nomene dS ' T'' ^' P"'^" Pour resoudre cette question , il faSt ZZl co2 Tr":; tn "^'" " uniforme, de luniiere polari^ee neut nrodnir. v.^^a ""/°"^ ' ^" ^pparence Fig.l.

 

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la direction du rayon de lumiere polarisde qui arrive a I'ceil, et admettons que CD est la trace du plan de polarisation. Alors meme que la lumiere polarisee se- rait melee de lumiere ordinaire , il sera toujours vrai qu'il y a exces de polarisa- tion dans la direction CD , et defaut de polarisation dans la direction EF. Pour I'oeil, le maximum d'impression produile par la lumiere polarisee , suivant CD, est en A, et c'est la qu'il voit les houppes; on peut d'ailleurs supposer que les espaces compris entre A et C, Aet D, sont partages en rectangles tres-petits, par une serie indefinie de lignes paralleles a EF, la clarte de ces lignes et Timpressioa qu'elles font sur I'oeil vont continuellement en diminuant de A vers C et de A vers D ; on peut done les considerer comme des espaces dont les bords du c6te de A sont plus eclaires; or, de semblables espaces donnent naissance a des phe- nomenes de diffraction , avec production de teintes rouge et jaune, done I'oeil dans la direction CD verra un amas de lumiere orang6e; c'est precisement la houppe jaunatre de la lumiere polarisee. II se passe quelque chose de semblable dans la direction EF; mais dans cette direction le maximum est remplace par un minimum, I'exces de polarisation par une absence de polarisation, les rectangles formes par une serie indefinie de lignes paralleles a CD devront etre comparls a des espaces dont les bords du c6te de A sont moins eclaires; il en resultera en- core des phenomenes de diffraction , avec production , non plus de couleur rouge et jaune , mais bleue et violette. Ainsi done, par cela seul que le faisceau lumi- neux est polarise dans la direction CD , il en resultera deux teintes dominantes , Tune orangee dans le sens CD, I'autre bleu-violac^e dans le sens EF; toutes deux diminueront et s'effaceront peu a peu a partir du point A; elles se neutraliseront en se superposant a 45°, dans la direction moyenne , et le resultat de leur super- position sera I'apparition de deux faisceaux coniques de lumiere, I'un orange dans le sens de la polarisation , I'autre bleu-violace dans le sens perpendiculaire ; et ces deux faisceaux sont precisement les houppes de la lumiere polarisee. Nous n'oserions pas dire que cette explication sera pleinement satisfaisante pour tous; elle a au moins pour elle de tres-grandes probabilites. Quand, en

  

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Title: The native flowers and ferns of the United States in their botanical, horticultural and popular aspects

Identifier: cu31924024538963

Year: 1878 (1870s)

Authors: Meehan, Thomas, 1826-1901; Prang, Louis, 1824-1909. pbl; L. Prang & Co. pbl

Subjects: Flowers; Botany; Ferns; 1878

Publisher: Boston : L. Prang and Company

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Title: Elements of Comparative Anatomy

Identifier: elementsofcompar78gege

Year: 1878 (1870s)

Authors: Gegenbaur, C. (Carl)

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Publisher: London : Macmillan

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GENEEATIVE ORGANS OF ARTHROPODA. 301 o creases tlie laro'est forineJ in these terminal filaments, tlio cell-masses of wliich represent ovarian germs j these, while undergoing continual differentiations, gradually make their way out of the ovarian tube. The ovam is a true cell at the place where it is formed, but on its way through the ovarian tube it in- iu size, so that we find gs farthest from the germinal region, and nearest the oviduct, while behind them there is a continual series of smaller and younger formations up to the above-mentioned blind end of the ovarian tube. The separate eggs cause the ovarian tube to appear to be divided into segments or chambers. The gradual descent of the egg is not only correlated with its growth, but with various changes also in the substance of the yolk; each egg is provided, especially in the last segment of the tube, with an external cuticular investment, the so-called chorion; this is formed by the epithelial layer of the ovarian tube. As each egg passes into the so-called oviduct, a portion of the ovarian tube is degenerated, and so the egg next in front is brought close to the oviduct. The differentiation of the egg is accompanied by the growth of the thin end of the ovarian tube, which is made up for by its shortening at the other end. In

 

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Fig. 158. A Ovarian tube of the Flea. n Ovum, g Germinal vesicle. B Ovarian tube of a Beetle (Carabus violac eus). 0 Ovarian segment, clivifled into two por- tions, of whieli tbe ovarian cell is marked a, and the vitellogenous layer h. The ovum of the last segment has been ex- pelled ; the walls of the ovarian tube are collapsed (after Lubbock). many Insects a group of cells is differentiated with each egg, in addition to the epithelial layer sur- rounding it; this vitellogenous layer occupies the portion [b) of the chamber («) behind the egg-cell (Fig. 158, B a), but is gradually used up by the latter, as it grows. An ovarian tube, or a collec- tion of such tubes, does not therefore correspond merely to a germ- producing reproductive gland, but is an organ entrusted with a much larger series of functions, and its blind end only is analogous to an ovary. The length of the ovarian tube depends on the number of eggs in it. The smallest number of chambers is found in most of the

  

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Title: La biologie des plantes ..

Identifier: cu31924000673024

Year: 1917 (1910s)

Authors: Chodat, Robert, 1865-1934

Subjects: Plant ecology

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148 BIOLOGIE DES PLANTES

 

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Fig. 84. — TWandsia loliacea (voir fig. 82). Fixation dcs plantules t des branches; on voit les poils qui servent A rall^gement ct au transport par le vent, les racines qui senroulent autour des branches ct se dilatent en lani^res d'adhdsion en se collant,' La capsule des TiUandAa s'ouvre prudemment de haut en bas, mettant .a nu les semences poilues qui y etaient comprim^es et qui maintenant de- gagent leurs aigrettes. Le vent qui les emporte finit par les d^poser sur des branches {fig. 81), sur le tronc des arbres, sur les feuiUes mSme, parfois sur la surface lisse d'tm grand Cierge. Alors rhumidit^ du matin ou la surface im peu glutineuse ou c6- rac^e des v^g^taux les retient; grclce k I'hu- midite de la ros^e, elles germent en foumissant rapidement quelques menues radicelles qui manifestent des mou- vements de va-et-vient comme les vrilles des Hanes; les unes,.au contact de la branche, sont irrit^es et r^pondent k ce choc, k cette pression par une reaction tactile qui s'exprime par la pro- duction d'un disque d'adh^sion, esp^ce de ventouse {fy. 84, 8j) qui vient s'^taler, se mouler exactement sur la surface lisse ou rugueuse de I'^corce. D^s lors la plantule est d^finitivement fixie et sa germination continue : un petit bouquet de feuiUes qui s'al- longent, puis finalement une' tige florif^re pprtant quelques fleurs jaunes ou violac^es. La faculty de se fixer sur des corps quelconques est g^ne- rale chez certaines esp^ces. Ainsi nous avons vu I'une des plus petites, le TiUandda loliacea, s'attacher k des branches, k des troncs, des pierres, des feuiUes lisses; au Br^sil, on provoque le d^veloppement de ces fleurs de I'air par des fils tendus entre les balcons, ce qui donne, au moment de la floraison, des decors originaux et, selon les espfeces, des guirlandes multicolores. On les voit parfois, dans I'Amdrique latine, garnir les fils t^Mgraphiques abandonn^s, ce service n'dtant pas toujours d'une r^gularit^

  

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Title: Petite faune entomologique du Canada et particulièrement de la province de QuÃ:copyright:bec [microforme] : vol. II comprenant les orthoptères, les nÃ:copyright:vroptères et les hymÃ:copyright:noptères

Identifier: cihm_12201

Year: 1883 (1880s)

Authors: Provancher, L. , 1820-1892

Subjects: Orthoptères; NÃ:copyright:vroptères; HymÃ:copyright:noptères; Insectes; Orthoptera; Neuroptera; Hymenoptera; Insectes

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Title: Emblemi di Andrea Alciato, huomo chiarissimo, dal latino nel vulgare italiano ridotti

Year: 1626 (1620s)

Authors: Alciati, Andrea, 1492-1550 Cadamosto, Paolo Emilio

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HE R O V M genices,&magniim fertur AchillemIn ftabulis Chiron erudìjiTe fiiis, .S^mifenim do6torem, & femiviium Centaurum, AfTìdear qaisqnis Regibns, efTe decet.Eft fera,dum violac focios, dum proterit hoftes :Eltqi homo 5 dum fimulat fé populo ti^t pium. Con- 217 1 Embternata . IConftglieri de Trencipi *E M B L E M A GXLVI.Ne//RR A s 15 che Chiron,we le fue fialle\H abbi a i Figliuoli de fourani Heroi^mmaertrati, e, tra molti altri, achille.Coniiien, che fta Dottor Semiferino, E me:^human Centauro , qtial fi fiaVhuom, che confi gli a i IR^, eha i %egi a(Jìde£* Fera , mentre i fuoi Compagni inganna ;iJHentre trucida glinimici ; c^ Huómo,^JHentre fimuU al Topol deffer pio. Opulentia ryranni,p3uperras (ubiedorumEMBLEMA GXLVI I.

 

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