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top-margin annotation vertically crossed Can Nutation help the seedling rise thrgh earth

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from Slip Attached, Side 1 annotation in mid-grey ink p. 23    The hypocoty «of Phaseolus » first geotropic & then apogeotrop. do not allude to, as may be differnt in differnt plants


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from Slip Attached, Side 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 25 The coats of seeds by rubbig roots causes bendng which increses geotropic bending — compares with what Sachs says about Earth . p. 26 shows by drawing what takes place. (mem self — with Peas.


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from Slip Attached, Side 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 25 The coats of seeds by rubbig roots causes bendng which increses geotropic bending — compares with what Sachs says about Earth . p. 26 shows by drawing what takes place. (mem self — with Peas.


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line 16 underline "Je älter"
from Slip Attached, Side 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 48    seedlings resist frost wonderfully

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from Slip Attached, Side 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 48    seedlings resist frost wonderfully


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line 13 underline "bergenden ... an"
lines 1—14 annotation may not sensitivity to light of Phalaris serve to find way thrugh cracks
from Slip Attached, Side 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 66. must brak thrugh Earth, or at least find cracks to pass-thrgh
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line 4 underline "vorgeschoben"
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line 1 underline "genannte Keimblattscheide"
lines 10—1 annotation ‹shoot› «stem» bowed to protect bud at end
from Slip Attached, Side 1 annotation in mid-grey ink — Braks thrgh bowed to protect growing point p.69 do.


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lines 9—3 annotation This explains grasses getting out of ground
from Slip Attached, Side 1 annotation in mid-grey ink — explains grasses brakng thrgh th grund by turgescence & stiffness of cotyledon.
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top-margin annotation Put ∗ He attributes most importance to older part & partition of yng plnt— We have learned much frm ths intrstg essay, thog our obsrvtns lead us to differ on som points

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lines 6—8 underline "rückwärts ... nachfolgt"
from Slip Attached, Side 1 annotation in mid-grey ink — Braks thrgh bowed to protect growing point p.69 do.

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lines 17—18 annotation do not understand
from Slip Attached, Side 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 69    Plants with hypogean cotyledons break thrgh grund bowed

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lines 13—23 annotation This is utterly different frm my view
from Slip Attached, Side 1 annotation in mid-grey ink — The convex side of archd hypocotyl turn up thrgh apogeotropism.

line 11 underline "Raumverhältnisse ... wird"


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line 15 underline "grünen, vergrösserten"
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lines 14—19 annotation Lupine cotyledons anatomically
from Slip Attached, Side 2 annotation p. 94.    Cots of Lupinus    anatomiclly intrmdiat betwen sub-[?]anvil & hypogean Cots
     In Leguminosae all gradation betwen th 2 states
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line 23 underline "Rückbildung"
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line 18 underline "der Transpiration"
top-marginline 16 annotation Differnt function of upper & lower surface — The Upper much mor active
from Slip Attached, Side 2 annotation 98    Th 2 sides of Cots . not usully so much diffrntiated ‹as leave› as in true Leaves.

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lines 9—7 annotation in Cotyledons
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