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" Rhine, and the other on those of the Nile, each would adapt its habits to the climate in which it were placed ; and if both were subsequently brought, in early spring, into a climate similar to that of Italy, the plant which had adapted its habits to... "
Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London - Seite 31
1820
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Bände 17-18

William Nicholson - 1807
...Precisely the same Hothouses. thing occurs in the hothouses of this country, where a plant accustomed Accustomed to the temperature of the open air will...apparently lifeless. It appears, therefore, that the powers •vegetable life, in plants habituated to cold climates, are e^[K±i. more easily brought into action...
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The Repertory of arts and manufactures [afterw.] arts, manufactures and ...

Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1814
...this country, where a plant accustomed to the temperature of the open air will vegetate strongly ia December, whilst another plant of the same species,...brought into action than in those of hot climates: or, in other words, that /the plants of cold climates nsates are most excitable : and as every quality...
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A selection from the physiological and horticultural papers, published in ...

Thomas Andrew Knight - 1841
...to man the means of acquiring those things which constitute the comforts and luxuries of civilised life, though not the things themselves ; it has placed...brought into action than in those of hot climates ; or, in other words, that the plants of cold climates, are most exciteable : and as every quality...
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A Selection from the Physiological and Horticultural Papers

Thomas Andrew Knight - 1841 - 379 Seiten
...to a cold climate would instantly vegetate, whilst the other would remain perfectly torpidPrecisely the same thing occurs in the hot-houses of this country,...brought into action than in those of hot climates ; or, in other words, that the plants of cold climates, are most exciteable: and as every quality in...
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British Farmer's Magazine, Band 6

1842
...subsequently brought in early spring into a climate similar to that of Italy, the plant which had adopted its habits to a cold climate would instantly vegetate,...brought into action than in those of hot climates, or, in other words, that the plants of cold climates are most exciteable, and as every quality in plants...
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British Farmer's Magazine, Band 7

1843
...vegetate strongly in December, whilst another plant of the same species, and sprung from a cutting off the same original stock, but habituated to the temperature of a stove, remains apparently lifeless. Similar causes are productive of effects on the habits of cultivated annual plants ; but these appear...
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The Farmer's Almanac and Calendar

Cuthbert William Johnson, William Shaw - 1844
...air will vegetate strongly in December ; whilit another plant of the «ame species, and sprung from & cutting of the same original stock, but habituated...temperature of a stove, remains apparently lifeless. Similar causes are productive or similar effects on the habits of cultivated annual plants; thus, the...
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The English Rural Spelling-book

Cuthbert William Johnson - 1846 - 165 Seiten
...in the hot-houses of this country, where a plant accustomed to the temperature of the open air wUl vegetate strongly in December ; whilst another plant...temperature of a stove, remains apparently lifeless. Similar causes are productive of similar effects on the habits of cultivated annual plants, but these...
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The Gardener's monthly volume, by G.W. Johnson [and others, Band 3

Gardener - 1847
...that of Italy, the plant which had adapted its habits to a cold climate would instantly vegetate, 34 whilst the other would remain perfectly torpid. Precisely...brought into action than in those of hot climates ; or, in other words, that the plants of cold climates are most excitable : and as every quality in...
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The Horticulturist: Or, An Attempt to Teach the Science and Practice of the ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1849 - 732 Seiten
...Rhine, and the other on those of the Nile, each would adapt its habits to the climate in which it was placed ; and if both were subsequently brought in...brought into action than in those of hot climates ; or, in other words, that the plants of cold climates are most excitable : and as every quality in...
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