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annotation Dr Haberlandt Schutzrichtungen (1
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annotation p. 23    The hypocoty «of Phaseo■lus ■» first geotropic & then apogeotrop. do not allude to, as may be differnt in differnt plants
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annotation 25 The coats of seeds by rubbig roots causes bendng which increses geotropic bending — compares with what Sachs says about Earth . p. 26 shows by drawing what takes place. (mem self — with Peas.

annotation 48    seedlings resist frost wonderfully

annotation 52.    Winkler & Irmisch — th sinkng of Hycocotyl. axis in Earth — shortens so tht cotyledon drawn into Earth

annotation 66. must brak thrugh Earth, or at least find cracks to pass-thrgh

annotation — Braks thrgh bowed to protect growing point p.69 do.

annotation — explains grasses brakng thrgh th grund by turgescence & stiffness of cotyledon.
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annotation 69    Plants with hypogean cotyledons break thrgh grund bowed

annotation — The convex side of archd hypocotyl turn up thrgh apogeotropism.

annotation 72    Helianthus annuus    weight of Cots. cause bowing
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annotation 77— Allium Cots    Knee in th Cot.
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annotation 79 expermts with cuttg off Cots of Barly repeatedly & did not kill
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annotation     Haberlandt
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annotation p. 94.    Cots of Lupinus    anatomiclly intrmdiat betwen sub-[?]anvil & hypogean Cots
     In Leguminosae all gradation betwen th 2 states
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annotation 98    Th 2 sides of Cots . not usully so much diffrntiated ‹as leave› as in true Leaves.