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bottom-margin annotation not in Darwin's handin brown ink Sageret [author's signature]


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from End Note annotation 16 effects of graft & 44 summing upt01
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from End Slip annotation 17. Sterility from grafting (Q)t01
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from End Slip annotation 43 «72» } seeds from grafted■ Pear on Quince gives more varieties than on pure stock


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line 9 underline "variétés ... châtaignes"
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from End Slip annotation 47 Contrasts the diminution of size in seeds of fruit-tree, with increase in size of nuts, Almonds & chestnuts, by selection


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bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil Coignassier is quince
from End Note annotation 65 as odd as Crinum being more readily impregnated by foreign speciest01
from End Slip annotation 65 «222» some vars. of pears succeed better on Quince (Q)t01 than on own stock (like case of Crinum) (Q)t02
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from End Slip annotation 106 . The more a plant departs frm type the more tends to depart (contrast with opinion of limit)


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from End Slip annotation 126 on double fecundation in melon like Thwaites Inula caset01
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from End Slip annotation 136 «(556)» on “variantes” or slight direct variation frm conditions
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line 24 underline "datura stramonium"
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from End Slip annotation 155 does not believe in acclimatisation , only in seedlings vegetating at different periods


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from End Slip annotation 218 on changes in fruit-trees


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from End Slip annotation 65 «222» some vars. of pears succeed better on Quince (Q)t01 than on own stock (like case of Crinum) (Q)t02
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lines 5—27 annotation in pale pencil How inexplicable that the improvements should suddenly stop, as soon as fruit gets arbitrarily good.—


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top-marginline 15 annotation By selecting these poor seedlings, the race passes through many changes.— this perhaps explains it ; but then we must suppose that all th good old fruits have been sudden sports !!! or thy have been long individualy exposed to same conditions
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bottom-margin annotation X Perhaps whole case resolves itself into that good fruits do not come in first generation — V. Mons choosing spiny plants has relation, Poiteau says, to their bearing early .


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from End Slip annotation 262 on some pears & apples being true by seed


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top-marginline 5 annotation Very true Van Mohn all bosh except so far better try successive seeds, seedlings than of established pears which may have been produced suddenly C.D.


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lines 11—15 annotation I never knew what the paradise stock was


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from End Slip annotation 321 «346» } Peach «does not» succeeds equally well on all plums (Q)t01
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from End Slip annotation 321 «346» } Peach «does not» succeeds equally well on all plums (Q)t01
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from End Slip annotation 321 «346» } Peach «does not» succeeds equally well on all plums (Q)t01
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lines 12—20 annotation Before rereadng this be sure look at Loudons Ency of Gardening p. 922.—


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from End Slip annotation 358, 364 «367, 382» } Remarkable vars of cherries — good to quote as more than trifling


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from End Slip annotation 358, 364 «367, 382» } Remarkable vars of cherries — good to quote as more than trifling


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from End Slip annotation 358, 364 «367, 382» } Remarkable vars of cherries — good to quote as more than trifling
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from End Slip annotation 358, 364 «367, 382» } Remarkable vars of cherries — good to quote as more than trifling


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from End Slip annotation 398 Work on Gooseberry
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from End Slip annotation 136 «(556)» on “variantes” or slight direct variation frm conditions


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from End Slip annotation 561 on characters of parents in Hybrids. (N.Q)


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