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" ... other buds, and form the bark, which is the only living part of the stem, is annually renewed, and is superinduced upon the former bark, which then dies, and with its stagnated juices gradually hardening into wood forms the concentric circles, which... "
Cherry Blossom Epiphany: The Poetry and Philosophy of a Flowering Tree - Page 10
by Robin D. Gill - 2006 - 740 pages
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Zoonomia; Or, The Laws of Organic Life, Volume 1

Erasmus Darwin - Medicine - 1800
...individuality of the buds of trees. Firft, there are many trees, whofe whole internal wood is perifhedj and yet the branches are vegete and healthy. Secondly, the fibres of the barks of trees are chieffy longitudinal, refembling roots, as is beautifully feen in thofe prepared barks, that were lately...
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Zoonomia; or, The laws of organic life ...

Erasmus Darwin - Evolution (Biology) - 1801
...individuality duality of the buds of trees. Firft, there are many trees, whofe whole internal wood is perifhed, and yet the branches are vegete and healthy. Secondly,...fibres of the barks of trees are chiefly longitudinal, refembling roots, as is beautifully feen in thofe prepared barks, that were lately brought from Otaheite....
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Zoonomia; Or, The Laws of Organic Life ...

Erasmus Darwin - Evolution - 1801
...individuality duality of the buds of trees. Firft, there are many trees, whofe whole internal wood is perifhed, and yet the branches are vegete and -healthy. Secondly,...fibres of the barks of trees are chiefly longitudinal, refembling roots*, as is beautifully feen in thofe prepared barks, that were lately brought from Otaheitc....
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Zoonomia, Volume 1

Erasmus Darwin - 1818
...gradually hardenVOL. I. L ing into wood forms the concentric circles, which we see in blocks of timber. The following circumstances evince the individuality...those prepared barks, that were lately brought from Otaheite. Thirdly, in horizontal wounds of the bark of trees, the fibres of the upper lip are always...
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COMPARATIVE PSHYCHOLOGY AND UNIVERSAL ANALOGY

M. EDGEWORTH LAZARUS, M.D. - 1851
...juices gradually hardening into wood, forms the concentric circles, which we see in blocks of timber. The following circumstances evince the individuality...vegete and healthy. Secondly, the fibres of the barks and trees are chiefly longitudinal, resembling roots, as is beautifully seen in those prepared barks,...
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Comparative Psychology and Universal Analogy: Vol. 1. Vegetable ..., Volume 1

M. Edgeworth Lazarus - Anthropomorphism - 1851 - 263 pages
...juices gradually hardening into wood, forms the concentric circles, which we see in blocks of timber. The following circumstances evince the individuality...internal wood is perished, and yet the branches are vegcte and healthy. Secondly, the fibres of the barks and trees are chiefly longitudinal, resembling...
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Evolution, Old and New, Or, The Theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin, and ...

Samuel Butler - Evolution - 1879 - 384 pages
...juices gradually hardening into wood, forms the concentric circles which we see in blocks of timber. " The following circumstances evince the individuality...are vegete and healthy. Secondly, the fibres of the bark of trees are chiefly longitudinal, resembling roots, as is beautifully seen in those prepared...
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Evolution, Old & New: Or, The Theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin and ...

Samuel Butler - Evolution - 1879 - 384 pages
...juices gradually hardening into wood, forms the concentric circles which we see in blocks of timber. "The following circumstances evince the individuality...First, there are many trees whose whole internal wood 13 perished, and yet the branches are vegete and healthy. Secondly, the fibres of the bark of trees...
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The Shrewsbury Edition of the Works of Samuel Butler: Evolution, old and new

Samuel Butler - 1924
...juices gradually hardening into wood, forms the concentric circles which we see in blocks of timber. " The following circumstances evince the individuality...whose whole internal wood is perished, and yet the ' See Botanic Garden, part ii, note on Silene. 182 branches are vegete and healthy. Secondly, the fibres...
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