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annotation VI    variability of common wheat. adaptation to different soils
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annotation p. 6    150 vars.     ■
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annotation 12    chance orig■in of some vars Xt01
t01 - `X' in reddish-brown crayon
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annotation 15 «16» careful selection of separate ears of corn in Columella time & Virgil    Xt01
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annotation 52    disbelieves necessity of change of ‹sow› seeds
     but then he studiously varies th manure.

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annotation 55    1/10 of seed perishes even with greatest care

annotation 59    on one variety soon predominating over «(good)» another in wheat, & hence called degenerating
     (He has shown how evry little trifle is hereditary) without destruction
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annotation 65    on incorrigible tendeny to sport in som vars.

annotation 66    Talavera does not cross because flowers earlier (Q)
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annotation 70    Wheat seems affected by climate whence derived
     (Evidently believes in crossing)
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annotation in pale pencil 23 Habit of grwth differs

annotation in pale pencil proportion of gluten
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annotation in pale pencil 64    flower at different periods

annotation in pale pencil 79 quality of straw
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