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Pomologie physiologique
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Paris, Hizard, 1830
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annotation 17. Sterility from grafting (Q)t01
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annotation 43 «72» } seeds from grafted■ Pear on Quince gives more varieties than on pure stock
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annotation 47 Contrasts the diminution of size in seeds of fruit-tree, with increase in size of nuts, Almonds & chestnuts, by selection

annotation 65 «222» some vars. of pears succeed better on Quince (Q)t01 than on own stock (like case of Crinum) (Q)t02
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annotation 106 . The more a plant departs frm type the more tends to depart (contrast with opinion of limit)

annotation 126 on double fecundation in melon like Thwaites Inula caset01
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annotation 136 «(556)» on “variantes” or slight direct variation frm conditions

annotation 155 does not believe in acclimatisation , only in seedlings vegetating at different periods

annotation 218 on changes in fruit-trees
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annotation 262 on some pears & apples being true by seed
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annotation 321 «346» } Peach «does not» succeeds equally well on all plums (Q)t01
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annotation 358, 364 «367, 382» } Remarkable vars of cherries — good to quote as more than trifling
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annotation 398 Work on Gooseberry
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annotation 561 on characters of parents in Hybrids. (N.Q)

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annotation      compare grafting & Hybridisation are there any exceptions to plants of same genera, being graftealbe. —

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annotation 16 effects of graft & 44 summing upt01
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annotation 65 as odd as Crinum being more readily impregnated by foreign speciest01
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annotation 66.
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