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top-margin annotation To C. Darwin from his friend J. S. Henslow


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bottom-margin annotation Phen Life { 1 Physiological, description of organs in themselves [continues on page 3] & in different animals
     [continues on page 2] 2. Theory of «co-» transmutation of «» organs «not separate» , or Descriptive Botany [continues on page 3] relation to habits & conditions, which cannot be told by consideration of separate organs


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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 15 cylinders becoming Hexagons & Dodecahedrons — for Waterhouse view
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from End Note 4 annotation 56 R — ‹[?]tuber [?]simply [?]flwr [?]revrsd?]›t01
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bottom-margin annotation How can tuber be distinguished from sporule of cryptogams. ⸮ ‹[illegible word] be› being organs for its production?
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from End Note 3 annotation vertically crossed in pale pencil I do not understand whethr the bud makes th leaf, in the axilla of ‹⸮› which it stands ? p. 79


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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 114 Cotyledons of Sycamore due to division.


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top-marginline 29 annotation is this merely apparent, will be said that parent never was regular flower ?
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lines 11—22 annotation find out some true species which is distinguished by bearing thorns

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line 14bottom-margin annotation all this might be put strongly to favour my theory.


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from End Note 4 annotation in dark pencil Spiral p 125.
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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation p. 130 Variation in Phyllotaxy — Flower pentamer. & tetramerous.—
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bottom-margin annotation in dark pencil Drosera has duct But Dionaea not so


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lines 6—12 annotation in pale pencil Does Desmodium gyrans sleep
from End Note 1 annotation in pale pencilvertically crossed Does Desmodium gyrans . p. 166 sleep ∗

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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 167 «Dionaea» t01 Knight gave bits of Beef to Fly-Catching Plant.
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bottom-margin annotation if Corallina do, then doubtless the Nullipora will, althog living in 200 fa.


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bottom-margin annotation X | relates to the 3 Colours in varieties


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bottom-margin annotation State in new Edit — case of species having pure colours
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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 220 Night-flowerng plants with lurid flowers — Cereus with splendid flower only at «night Coloured ??»


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bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil how like vipers

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line 2bottom-margin annotation is there a bag here?
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     (See Humboldt) Argumnt for one origin

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lines 14—23 annotation Oak & Chesnut — Charlsworth vol 2d


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bottom-margin annotation How do you reconcile this with Lemna
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bottom-margin annotation Then is it, certain whole grain of pollen must be wafted even as in Palm— [continues on page 267] !— where 30 miles apart .
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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 277 The pulp round mny fruits does not accelerate their growth


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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation 278 .Exceptions to damp closing pericarps


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bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil But Dic Class says that the Arachis flowers above ground


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bottom-margin annotation Azalea, Rhododendron, Lychnis & Cucubalus ?


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line 5 at "we except" annotation a great exception Herbert & Knight


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lines 12—13 annotation in pale pencil Most strange doctrine, when we reflect on animals.— Potato — Dahlia even granting two species
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bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil sowing Ribston Pippin ‹bring› «a» ribston pippin but not quite like, is produced
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whole-margin annotation periodicall ‹shutting› «opening» of flowers even in dark does not harmonize with this ??
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bottom-margin annotation What is the character of my Van Diemen's Land Fossils
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