All they pretend to is as near an approach to truth as, under existing circumstances, is possible. Jus-sieu advanced a step further, by forming 15 Classes, under which he placed Natural Orders. Flowers irregular, unqrmmctrfcal. Anthers opening longitudinally Vague distinctions, which are at once the bane and opprobrium of Natural History, are so repulsive to the understanding as to deter the mass of mankind from giving it their attentive study. The Author may now be equally charged with inconsistency in not adhering to his former plan of classification after having promulgated it. Calyx and corolla usually both present and symmetrical 4 and 4, or 5 and 5 , the latter f rudimentary.
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The common Toad-flax cannot be discovered by its. Ovules amphitropaL Leaves f1DO" opposite, without stipules Gustave Thuret has added greatly to our knowledge of the reproductive bodies of this alliance. But let no one imagine that I attach the least importance to it The true science of general Natural History consists in the study of the symmetry peculiar to each family, and of the relation which these families bear to each other. The idea of this is borrowed from Mr. The following is the system employed in the present Work: In addition to the names, an analysis of their distinctive characters is introduced in the original, to which a student may be usefully refe-rred.
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Flowers half-monopetabus. With more reason they now appeal to the existence of starch in plants, an organic compound unknown among the animal creation. FQicoideie; or Fern-like plants. Nor lias he been disappointed. When in perfection they are generally of an herbaceous green colour, and most frequently have the fragments divided into two portions resembling each other in form, but sometimes differing much as to size.
Like him, he proceeded from the more imperfect to the most highly organised forms; the only difference being that he placed Dicotyledons before Monocotyledons. We found, on minute inspection, that it consisted of an infinite multitude of small spindle-shaped bodies, each of which, in its turn, was a bundle of small threads Jointed but unbranched, and seemingly Tory brittle. The spherical sporules elongate at first into egg-shaped bags, 1 to the strange body by the narrowest end. This long since led me to offer the following observations, the justice of which, much more experience entirely confirms: When in perfection they are generally of an herbaceous green colour, and most frequently have the fragments divided into two portions resembling each other in form, but sometimes differing much as to size.