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niaceæ, Lineæ, Leguminosæ, Rosaceæ, Crassulaceæ, Umbelliferæ,
The scheme for describing the Plants.
Margin and Incision.
(noticing insertion). (m.)
Pistil (as toOvary,Style,Stigma,Placentation). (o.) A brief sketch of the chief characteristics of the Order to
which the Plant belongs.
N.B.—The Candidates for Honours at all Examinations in Botany shall be required,
1st, To define any of the technical terms in the above list.
2nd, To describe Phanerogamous Plants according to the above Scheme, with the following additions in lieu of Question (o):
(0.) FRUIT. General Character.
Arrangement of Embryo in the Seed.
Regions” and “Stations" usually af
fected by the species of that Order. 3rd. To answer questions on Botanical Physiology.
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