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annotation 179 «183}» gain of weight ■in gra■ins when cultivated in France — certain effect of climate. Qt01
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annotation 200 Tessier on no good frm change of seed.

annotation 202 disproved by his own experiment & observation
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     Change of seed usual practice in France

annotation 210 «✔»t01 bad seeds producing equally good plants with good p.216 — rather opposed to principles of selection.
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annotation 224 Effect of climate on habit of wheat Qt01
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annotation in pale pencil p.29 Mongolian Wheat
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annotation 35. Wheat less attended to & modified than garden vegetables — contrast with Dahlia — certainly not a conspicuous variation.
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annotation 37 Wheat must have been nearly what it was when first cultiv■ated. ■    Qt01
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annotation vertically crossedin reddish-brown crayon 45 M. Dalbret    has cultivated 30 years    lines 150—160 vars. & all keep true, except in seed itself— .
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annotation vertically crossedin reddish-brown crayon 49. Wild Oat of Australia, Journal Agricult Soc. Vol 2. Part 2.

annotation vertically crossedin reddish-brown crayon 70    322 vars.
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annotation vertically crossedin reddish-brown crayon 78 Botanists disagree what to call species

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annotation 80 «83}» thinks wheat impregnated with closed flowers
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annotation vertically crossedin reddish-brown crayon 81    has never seen Hybrids, betwen his lines 100—200 vars. sown near each other.

annotation vertically crossedin reddish-brown crayon 84. Aegyptian vars. differ from French
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annotation vertically crossedin reddish-brown crayon 89 Vilmorin on carrot.    ∗t01
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annotation vertically crossedin reddish-brown crayon 94. Argues if wheat changed by culture, so ought all weeds    In this quite ignores selection
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annotation in pale pencil vertically crossedin reddish-brown crayon 97 grains frm Aegypt as good . [?]but no imp[illegible]table
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annotation vertically crossedin reddish-brown crayon 107 . Had it not been for innumerable vars. he wd have thought that what was at first as now

annotation vertically crossedin reddish-brown crayon 108 contrast variability of wheat & seigle
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