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line 1 underline "ein ... für"
top-margin annotation a sense for attraction of gravity
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink p. 2 speaks of sense for attraction


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line 10 underline "die ... Gravitation"
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 18 Light always preponderant over gravity


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lines 8—7 annotation Fragaria
line 1 underline "erfolgende ... gediehen"
bottom-margin annotation takes place very slowly
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 20 Fragaria stolons see to. «this» movemts vy slow.


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line 24 underline "vertical aufrecht"


line 7 underline "Achsendrehungen"
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lines 14—15 underline "aber ... gleich"

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line 25 underline "horizontaler Richtung"
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bottom-margin annotation He overlooks epinasty


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line 11 underline in brown ink "eine Incurvation"
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line 12 apparently unintentional mark in dark brown ink

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line 15 u in light grey ink "stehender ... fixirt"
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lines 21—22 underline "causaler ... Lichtstrahlen"

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lines 24—34 annotation inclined when one side shaded
     evidence of

from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 45 leaves stand at right angle to Light — inclined when light strike one side


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lines 11—24 annotation leaves rise up in darkness
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     & ie are apogeotropic but Says tht light cause them into horizntal

from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 46 leaves rise up in darkness — ie are apogeotropic & light causes them to be horizntal.
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink In short an organ will put itself in any position with refernc to light which may be advntagous; but then th risig in th eveng is odd.


lines 9—15 score
lines 10—11 underline "eigentliche ... übernimmt"
lines 1—12 annotation ‹A› twistng confind to petiole; ‹but the per›
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 52    twistng confined to petioles.— & not to joints how differt frm Pfeffer.

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line 19 underline "der Stiel"
lines 17—25 annotation How differnt frm Pfeffer
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 52    twistng confined to petioles.— & not to joints how differt frm Pfeffer.


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lines 1—12 annotation Use of compound Leaves

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lines 14—17 annotation especially when fixed by tendril

lines 21—19 multiple score
line 7 underline "Clematisarten"
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lines 18—14 annotation — Mutisia    Bignonia    Fumaria


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line 17bottom-margin annotation [drawings of types of leaf-movement]
lines 7—1 annotation This might be tested by Klinostat


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line 6 apparently unintentional mark

line 12bottom-margin annotation not in Darwin's hand This is the same thing as epinasty Origly caused by light afterwards guided by geotr.


lines 14—10 score in dark pencil
lines 8—7 underline "Letztere ... horizontal"
lines 8—7 annotation !
lines 17—6 annotation I thought he said rise in darkness
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 62, «64» leaves of tree which do not rise in darkness.
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line 7 underline "wenig ... aufrechter"
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line 1 annotation in darkness
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 62, «64» leaves of tree which do not rise in darkness.
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lines 8—9 underline in dark pencil "durch ... können"
line 12 underline in dark pencil "ausgeprägte ... Lichte"

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line 14 underline "Schwerkraft ... Licht"

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line 6 underline "Achsen"
line 7 underline "anderer ... durch"
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lines 1—2 underline "flächenförmige ... werden"
line 2 underline "Hofmeister"
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 75 Hofmster nearly discovered transverse-geotropism & Heliotropism


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lines 15—7 annotation in dark pencil goes on growing

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lines 7—1 annotation pulvinus I believe error Pfeffer.


line 11 underline "der ... in"
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line 17 underline "longitudinale ... Organes"
lines 11—17 annotation seems to consider it a direct result and not a mere excitemt

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lines 13—12 underline "Transversal ... Heliotropismus"


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line 1 underline "transversalheliotropischen ... Pflanzentheile"


top-margin annotation I came always to consider the movemnt direct effect of light.

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lines 9—32 annotation This assumption appears to be merely sayng so it is


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whole-margin annotation He believes that those individuals which originlly chanced to have ,for instance, plumule erct & radicle verticlly donwads, wuld survive; but this as yet does — not apply to movemts, & still less to cases like sleep-movemnts.
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line 2 annotation X
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     p. 90    organs will grw in all directions some favourable & som hurtful.— will change into favourable—
     position — I supposes indeed, movemts.—
     Movemts become so firmy associated with «certain» external influences «such as light & gravity» tht th latter suffice to cause th sam process of grwth or movemt.
     good { like instinct — Compares with chicken seeng food & eatng it an associated habit in this case
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