The plants of Michigan; simple keys for the identification of the native seed plants of the state

 
9781236221490: The plants of Michigan; simple keys for the identification of the native seed plants of the state

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 Excerpt: ...purple, or white, late summer)--10. 10a. Flowers in small capitate clusters; lower 2 petals strongly incurved Wild Bean, Strophostyles helvola. 10b. Flowers in racemes (Hog Peanut)--11. l1a. Stem pubescent or glabrate; leaflets seldom more than 5 cm. long Hog Peanut, Amphlcarpa monoica. llb. Stem villous with retrorse hairs; leaflets usually longer than 5 cm. Hog Peanut, Amphicarpa pitcheri. 12a. Style with a tuft of hairs at the apex; lateral petals of the corolla adherent to the lower ones as far as the middle; stipules less than 10 mm. long, and usually less than one-fourth the length of the lower leaflets (spring and summer) (Vetch)--13. 12b. Style hairy along the inner side; lateral petals of the corolla free from the lower ones or adherent only at the very base; stipules more than 8 mm. long and usually one-third or more the length of the lower leaflets (late spring and summer)--17. 13a. Flowers axillary, sessile or nearly so (flowers purple)--14. 13b. Flowers in peduncled racemes--15. 14a. Upper leaves oblong-obovate, truncate or notched, and mucronate at the apex Spring Vetch, Vicia sativa. 14b. Upper leaves lance-linear, sharply acute Common Vetch, Vicia angustifolia. 15a. Flowers 15--20 mm. long, 4--8 in a cluster (flowers purple) Vetch, Vicia americana. 15b. Flowers 8--12 mm. long--16. 16a. Racemes one-sided; flowers blue Vetch, Vicia cracca, 16b. Racemes loosely flowered, not one-sided; flowers whitish, the lower petals tipped with blue Vetch, Vicia caroliniana. 17a. Flowers yellowish-white Vetchling, Lathyrns ochroleucus. 17b. Flowers purple--18. 18a. Stipules nearly regularly halberd-shape, almost as large as the leaflets Beach Pea, Lathyrns maritimus. 18b. Stipules half-sagittate, apparently attached laterally near the middle--19. 19a. Leafle...

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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 78 pages. Dimensions: 9.5in. x 7.2in. x 0.4in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 Excerpt: . . . purple, or white, late summer)--10. 10a. Flowers in small capitate clusters; lower 2 petals strongly incurved Wild Bean, Strophostyles helvola. 10b. Flowers in racemes (Hog Peanut)--11. l1a. Stem pubescent or glabrate; leaflets seldom more than 5 cm. long Hog Peanut, Amphlcarpa monoica. llb. Stem villous with retrorse hairs; leaflets usually longer than 5 cm. Hog Peanut, Amphicarpa pitcheri. 12a. Style with a tuft of hairs at the apex; lateral petals of the corolla adherent to the lower ones as far as the middle; stipules less than 10 mm. long, and usually less than one-fourth the length of the lower leaflets (spring and summer) (Vetch)--13. 12b. Style hairy along the inner side; lateral petals of the corolla free from the lower ones or adherent only at the very base; stipules more than 8 mm. long and usually one-third or more the length of the lower leaflets (late spring and summer)--17. 13a. Flowers axillary, sessile or nearly so (flowers purple)--14. 13b. Flowers in peduncled racemes--15. 14a. Upper leaves oblong-obovate, truncate or notched, and mucronate at the apex Spring Vetch, Vicia sativa. 14b. Upper leaves lance-linear, sharply acute Common Vetch, Vicia angustifolia. 15a. Flowers 15--20 mm. long, 4--8 in a cluster (flowers purple) Vetch, Vicia americana. 15b. Flowers 8--12 mm. long--16. 16a. Racemes one-sided; flowers blue Vetch, Vicia cracca, 16b. Racemes loosely flowered, not one-sided; flowers whitish, the lower petals tipped with blue Vetch, Vicia caroliniana. 17a. Flowers yellowish-white Vetchling, Lathyrns ochroleucus. 17b. Flowers purple--18. 18a. Stipules nearly regularly halberd-shape, almost as large as the leaflets Beach Pea, Lathyrns maritimus. 18b. Stipules half-sagittate, apparently attached laterally near the middle--19. 19a. Leafle. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781236221490

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