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" ... plantations in cultivated countries, and of forests where nature remains in temperate countries in a savage state. Their timber, in commerce, is known under the names of Deal, Fir, Pine, and Cedar, and is principally the wood of the Spruce, the Larch,... "
A natural system of botany - Pągina 315
per John Lindley - 1836 - 80 pągines
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An Introduction to the Study of Botany: In which the Science is Illustrated ...

John Lee Comstock - 1832 - 260 pągines
...northern and temperate parts of the northern hemisphere. "No order," says Prof. Lindley (Nat. Sys.) "is of more universal importance to mankind than this,...every forest where nature remains in a savage state." One species of this tribe, growing in New Zealand, attains the height of 200 feet. But even this is...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1840
...and their peculiar adaptation to the situation in which they are placed. " No order," says Lindley, "can be named of more universal importance to mankind...whether we view it with reference to its timber or secretions. Gigantic in size, rapid in growth, noble in aspect, robust in constitution, these trees...
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Hortus Suburaanus Calcuttensis: A Catalogue of the Plants which Have Been ...

Jahann Otto Voigt - 1845 - 745 pągines
...(Himalayas ?); 2-3 of Cupressus, (Himalayas) ; 1 of Taxodium, (Himalayas) ; and 5 of Juniperus, (Himalayas.) Gigantic in size, rapid in growth, noble in aspect,...countries, and of every forest where nature remains in savage state. Their timber, in commerce, is known under the names of Deal, Fir, Pine, and Cedar, and...
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An introduction to the study of botany: including a treatise on vegetable ...

John Lee Comstock - 1848 - 485 pągines
...northern and temperate parts of the northern hemisphere. " No order," says Prof. Lindley, (Nat. Sys.) " is of more universal importance to mankind than this,...every forest where nature remains in a savage state." One species of this tribe, growing in New Zealand, attains the height of 200 feet. But even this is...
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Een uitstapje naar de bloemen-tentoonstelling

W. H De Vriese - 1852
...van uiterst schoone vormen uit deze groep, uit Japan. Te regt zegt Dr. LIWDLEY (F~eget. 2 10 Kingd.) »No order can be named of more universal importance to man»kind than this, whether we view it in reference to its timber or »its secretions. Gigantic in seize, rapid in growth, noble in aspect,...
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The Vegetable Kingdom; Or, The Structure, Classification, and Uses of Plants ...

John Lindley - 1853 - 984 pągines
...Araucaria (Bidwillii) in New Holland. In New Zealand the Dacryds are sometimes no bigger than Mosses. No Order can be named of more universal importance...constitution, these trees form a considerable proportion of woods or plantations in cultivated countries, and of forests where nature remains in temperate countries...
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The Vegetable kingdom ; or, The structure, classification, and uses of plants

John Lindley - 1853 - 984 pągines
...Araucaria (Bidwillii) hi New Holland. In New Zealand the Dacryds arc sometimes no bigger than Mosses. No Order can be named of more universal importance...constitution, these trees form a considerable proportion of woods or plantations in cultivated countries, and of forests where nature remains in temperate countries...
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The fifth reader of the School and family series

Marcius Willson - 1861 - 538 pągines
...here we find some of the noblest specimens of the vegetable kingdom ; and no other family is of more importance to mankind than this, whether we view it with reference to its timber or its secretions. [?xoenNot:« or r>lnOTY'.!.DONOU(<; f,vm- o perms;' jlp-talniu.] 1. Pi'mis Canaden'rin^ Hemlock or...
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Natural History: Or, Second Division of "The English Encyclopedia"

Charles Knight - 1866
...20 genera and above 100 species, which include trees and shrubs of universal importance to mankind. Gigantic in size, rapid in growth, noble in aspect,...constitution, these trees form a considerable proportion of woods and plantations in cultivated countries, and of forests where nature remains in temperate countries...
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The English Cyclopaedia

1867
...include trees and shrubs of universal importance to mankind. Gigantic in size, rapid in growth, uoble ( 4 / f X hi_6 l2 ; N L:;t Cf b ޴8 Z :% `g?t&XC L ( woods and plautatious in cultivated countries, and of forests where nature remains in temperate countries...
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