Manual of botany, for North America Volume 3 ; containing generic and specific descriptions of the indigenous plants and common cultivated exotics, growing north of the Gulf of Mexico

Press: RareBooksClub.com (May 11, 2012)
ISBN:9781231238233
Author Name:Eaton, Amos
Pages:192
Language:English

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Not indexed.
Not illustrated.
1829 Excerpt: ...branching, pilose: leaves ternate, oblong, villose beneath: stipules subulate: racemes panicled: loment 3-jointed; tim joints rhomboid, reticulate, a little hairy.
S.
ciliare,Vf.
(O.
p.
Au.
2£.) erect, sub-pubescent: leaves ternate, ovate, shortpetioled, pubescent beneath, margin ciliate: Minnies filiform: panicle terminal: joints of the loment (2 or 3) half-orbicular, hispid, reticulate.
Var.
oblongifolium, E.
leaves longer, nearly glabrous, sub-glaucous beneath, long-petioled.
2 f.
S.
viridtftorum, L.
not Ph.
(g.
& p.
J.
2£.) erect: leaves ternate, ovate, obtuse, scabrous on the upper surface, soft-villous beneath: panicle terminal, long, naked: joints of the loment triangular.
E.
3--4f.
S.
aitini, Ea.
(5) (t;.
g.
$ p.
Au.
Z(.) erect, branching, pubescent: leaves ter (1) Pyrularia pubera, Mx.
(2) Cunila, L.
(3) hirta, N.
(4) Oldenlandia, Mx.
(5) viridiflorum, Ph.
not Lin.
See Elliott.
Vol.
II.
p.
217.
As the viridifiorum of Linneus is retained by Elliott and Torrey, and as we certainly have Pursh's plant in abundance, it becomes necessary to give the latter a new name.
I have given this name as an expression of my esteem for Dr.
William Aikin, a most indefatigable and very acurate young botanist.
IIEHYSATU M, 237 date, ovate-oblong and sub-deltoid, acute-mucronate, scabrous beneath: stipules cuspidate: racemes panicled, liracted.
Flowers become greenish in full maturity.
3 f.
Very abundant on the islands about Trov, N.
Y.
oUtuum, W.
(E.
p.
& g.
Au.
H-) erect, slender, sub-pubesce"nt: leaves ternate, ovate, obtuse, sub-cordate at the base: stipules subulate: panicle terminal: joints of Ihe loment sub-orbiculate, reticulate, hispid.
1--2f.
S.
Imvnfusum, M.
(K.
p.
Au.
2J.) slem prostrate, sub-glabrous: leaves ternate; eafeis ovate or o...



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