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" The luxuriant shoots of trees, which abound in sap, in whatever direction they are first protruded, almost uniformly turn upwards, and endeavour to acquire a perpendicular direction ; and to this their points will immediately return, if they are bent... "
The Monthly magazine - Page 158
by Monthly literary register - 1805
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 96

Mathematics - 1806
...direction they are first protruded, almost uniformly turn upwards, and endeavour to acquire a perpendicular direction ; and to this their points will immediately...during any period of their growth ; their curvature upwards being occasioned by an increased extension of the fibres and vessels of their under sides,,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 48

Edmund Burke - History - 1806
...direction they are first protruded, almost uniformly turn upwards, and endeavour to acquire a perpendicular direction ; and to this their points will immediately...they are bent downwards during any period of their grow iU; their curvature upwards being • ccasioned by an increased extension of the fibres and vessels...
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 22

1806
...trees which Abound in fep, in whatever direction they nrc firft obtnrled, nhnolt uniformly turn upwards and endeavour to acquire a particular direction ;...their points will immediately return, if they are hent downwards during any period of llicjr grout h ; their curvature upwards being occalioncd by an...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volume 6

Charles Brockden Brown - 1806
...which abound in sap. in whatever direction they are first obtruded, almost uniformly turn upwards, and endeavour to acquire a particular direction :...during any period of their growth ; their curvature upwards being occasioned by an increased extension of the fibres and vessels of their under sides,...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1806
...first protruded/almost uniformly turn upwards, and endeavour to acquire a perpendicular di-> rectioh ; and to this their points will immediately return if...during any period of their growth ; their curvature upwards being occasioned by an increased extension of the fibres and vessels of their under sides,...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volumes 13-14

William Nicholson - Science - 1806
...first protruded, almost uniformly exactly o.py jurn UpWwrjB> antj endeavour ti> acquire a perpendicular direction ; and to this their 'points will immediately...they are bent downwards during any period of their groufh.. their curvature upwards being occasioned by an increased extension of the fibres and vessels...
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The Repertory of arts and manufactures [afterw.] arts, manufactures and ...

Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1807
...direction they are first protruded, almost uniformly turn upwards, and endeavour to acquire a perpendicular direction ; and to this their points will immediately...during any period of their growth ; their curvature upwards being occasioned by an increased extension of the fibres and vessels of their under sides,...
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The Repertory of Patent Inventions, and Other Discoveries and Improvements ...

Industrial arts - 1807
...direction they are first protruded, almost uniformly turn upwards, and endeavour to acquire a perpendicular direction ; and to this their points will immediately...during any period of their growth ; their curvature upwards being occasioned by an increased extension of the fibres and vessels of- their under sides,...
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A Selection from the Physiological and Horticultural Papers

Thomas Andrew Knight - Horticulture - 1841 - 379 pages
...direction they are first protruded, almost uniformly turn upwards, and endeavour to acquire a perpendicular direction ; and to this their points will immediately...during any period of their growth; their curvature upwards being occasioned by an increased extension of the fibres and vessels of their under sides,...
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A selection from the physiological and horticultural papers, published in ...

Thomas Andrew Knight - 1841 - 80 pages
...direction they are first protruded, almost uniformly turn upwards, and endeavour to acquire a perpendicular direction ; and to this their points will immediately...during any period of their growth ; their curvature upwards being occasioned by an increased extension of the fibres and vessels of their under sides,...
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