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top-margin annotation Dioecious & Mon. plants flower in sprng, when little hony in other flowers

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top-margin annotation consider Thyme a case of Polygamia

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lines 11—25 annotation each kind of flower on separate tree }→ ash- «tree» ‹Ivy› ?


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lines 11—15 annotation (a) Lower plants oftenest have separated sexes
top-margin annotation (a) It may be that lower plants have survived owig to havng this advantage of separated sexes.

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lines 6—7 annotation Doubtfully Thinks Hermaphrodite earliest state

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lines 5—17 annotation Rudimentary organs


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lines 10—16 annotation In Thyme anthers of Hermphrdte flowers developed before the pistil
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line 17 annotation Ray
line 18 annotation [?]disc
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line 19 annotation Ray
lines 15—18 annotation Compositae

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lines 16—6 annotation more dichogams than non-dichogams !!

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bottom-margin annotation 2 divisions when anthers lie so close as to fertilise th stigma & when distant frm stigma:


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lines 5—20 annotation In Cruciferae, maner in which anthers open checks self-fertilistn
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figure annotation Viola tricolor
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lines 15—1 annotation Dst01 does not know that self-fertilise by movemnt of petals.
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lines 19—22 annotation Does not Cyclamen self-fertil.


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line 3 annotation Borgni [he means `Boragineae'?]
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lines 20—21 annotation Dimorphic


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line 6bottom-margin annotation come to surface
     instead of flowerg under water, as we see is quite possible.


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lines 11—20 annotation Thinks flowers are hermaphrodite to favour crossing — [?]not to favour seeds.— like bulbs &c

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top-marginline 20 annotation adduces Snails — I think must have been primordially self-fertile


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annotation (28 abortion of Ray floret of Compositae for [?]Dimorhic.)
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annotation p 20.. Digitalis not fertilised by pollen put on closed stigma
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