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lines 8—10 annotation Fruit-trees
from End Note annotation p1—41→ chiefly on old vars of Fruit-trees dying;


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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 36 on apples half one sort, half another. Attitude to direct fecundation

top-margin annotation attributes all variation to crossing

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top-margin annotation Maize Rice Potato
from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 37 on genera varying in having only single species (Q)

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line 1 underline "principalement"

line 4 underline "kolreuteria"

line 3 underline "seigle"
line 3 annotation Rye

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lines 7—8 annotation Q

line 11 underline "platanes"

line 12 underline "encore entr'eux"
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lines 9—14 annotation Ch 4 Big grain & small grain —

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bottom-margin annotation The Variation in Fruit-Trees shows that many generations are not necessary to cause variation


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from End Note annotation p1—41→ chiefly on old vars of Fruit-trees dying;
from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 41 on vars. of Peaches within recent times

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line 19 underline "Annales"
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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 76 on certain fruit-trees coming true

line 15 annotation cultivated

line 15 underline "franche"

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line 24 underline "prune"

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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 77 81 in cultivating a number of Cereals, all those near each other, were greatly modified in garden of Society — attributed to crossing but I doubt (Q)

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lines 3—7 annotation chemical change

line 18 underline "été"
lines 9—18 annotation Thinks it all due to crossing affecting the very grains.


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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 77 81 in cultivating a number of Cereals, all those near each other, were greatly modified in garden of Society — attributed to crossing but I doubt (Q)


top-margin annotation spell. Dict. French

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line 1 underline "épeautres"

lines 8—11 annotation ask about Aegilops

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