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top-margin annotation C. Darwin Octobr 1841—


lines 6—8 score
lines 4—12 annotation Henslow corroborates the degree of variation in wheat
from End Slip annotation VI    variability of common wheat. adaptation to different soils


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line 12 underline "perfect oats"
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from End Slip annotation p. 6    150 vars.


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from End Slip annotation 12    chance origin of some vars Xt01
t01 - `X' in reddish-brown crayon
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lines 12—10 annotation in blue crayon X


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from End Slip annotation 15 «16» careful selection of separate ears of corn in Columella time & Virgil    Xt01
t01 - `X' in reddish-brown crayon


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from End Slip annotation 15 «16» careful selection of separate ears of corn in Columella time & Virgil    Xt01
t01 - `X' in reddish-brown crayon


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line 4 underline "similar ... appearance"

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line 10 underline in blue crayon "to ... sorts"


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from End Slip annotation in pale pencil 23 Habit of grwth differs
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line 7 underline "is so tall"
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line 3 underline "1600"
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line 17 underline "fourteen grains"
line 19 underline "forty-two"
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line 8 underline "is ... idea"
from End Slip annotation 52    disbelieves necessity of change of ‹sow› seeds
     but then he studiously varies th manure.
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from End Slip annotation 52    disbelieves necessity of change of ‹sow› seeds
     but then he studiously varies th manure.
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[continuation] 4 underline "grown ... land"
line 5 underline "becomes ... with"
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line 5 underline "prick out all"


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line 14 underline "one-tenth"
from End Slip annotation 55    1/10 of seed perishes even with greatest care

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line 2 underline "seven varieties"


line 3 underline "degenerate"
lines 8—9 underline "has ... quality"
line 10 underline "less suited"
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line 2 underline "were ... seed"
line 4 underline "be ... degenerated"
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from End Slip 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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line 6 underline "some varieties"
line 6 at "some" annotation different
from End Slip annotation in pale pencil 64    flower at different periods
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[continuation] 5—6 underline "three ... ears"
line 7 underline "two hundred"
line 8 underline "twenty-one"
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line 9 underline "eighty six"
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line 10 underline "and ... smooth"
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line 12 underline "ear"
line 12 underline "discovered"
line 13 underline "mixed ... corn"

[continues overleaf] 10 underline "Kentish ... seedling"
line 3 underline "smooth ears"
line 2 underline "appearance ... grain"
from End Slip annotation 65    on incorrigible tendeny to sport in som vars.


[continuation] 2 underline "eight ... sort"
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line 3 underline "it incorrigible"

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line 7 underline "is ... pure"
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from End Slip annotation 66    Talavera does not cross because flowers earlier (Q)


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from End Slip annotation 70    Wheat seems affected by climate whence derived
     (Evidently believes in crossing)


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from End Slip annotation in pale pencil 79 quality of straw
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