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Elements of botany and vegetable physiology: including the characters of the natural families of plants / Title Variants: Uniform: Nouveaux élémens de botanique et de physiologie végétale.
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W e begin the description of the completely formed vegetable by its Root, as being the basis of all the rest, as well as the first part produced from the seed. Its use in general is two-fold; to fix the plant to a commodious situation, and to derive nourishment for its support.
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