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" If a transverse section of a young beech-tree is examined, it will be found to consist of a number of concentrical and almost circular beds or layers of wood, ensheathing one another about a common centre, which is occupied by a canal of pith, the whole... "
What May be Learned from a Tree - Page 38
by Harland Coultas - 1863 - 192 pages
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What May be Learned from a Tree

Harland Coultas - 1859 - 204 pages
...cone. It was shown on page 38, that the stem of a young Beech tree exhibits, on the cross section, a number of concentrical and almost circular beds...centre, which is occupied by a canal of medulla or pith, the whole being covered by the bark formed on the exterior of the stern. The longitudinal section,...
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What May be Learned from a Tree

Harland Coultas - 1860 - 200 pages
...from the landscape. Now as all clear and correct views of the anatomy and physiology of trees must he based on a knowledge of their minute structure, before...of the stem. Even without a microscope, there is no difiiculty in distinguishing the bark, the wood, and the pith, and thus in ascertaining the fact that...
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Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers ..., Volume 19

Chambers's journal - 1863 - 432 pages
...arborescent cone. If a transverse section of a young beech-tree is examined, it will be found to consist of a number of concentrical and almost circular beds...about a common centre, which is occupied by a canal of pith, the whole being covered by the bark formed on the outside of the stem. The longitudinal section,...
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Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science and Art

1863 - 888 pages
...arborescent cone. If a transverse section of a young beech-tree is examined, it will be found to consist of a number of concentrical and almost circular beds...about a common centre, which is occupied by a canal of pith, the whole being covered by the bark formed on the outside of the stem. The longitudinal section,...
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What May be Learned from a Tree

Harland Coultas - 1863 - 222 pages
...page 38, that the stem of a young beech tree exhibits, on the cross-section, a number of conccntrical and almost circular beds or layers of wood ensheathing...centre, which is occupied by a canal of medulla or pith, the whole being covered by the bark formed on the exterior of the stem. The longitudinal section, on...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1864 - 382 pages
...necessarily retained. If a transverse section of a young beech-tree is examined, it will be found to consist of a number of concentrical and almost circular beds...about a common centre, which is occupied by a canal of pith, the whole being covered by the bark formed on the outside of the stem. The longitudinal section,...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865 - 372 pages
...arborescent cone. If a transverse section of a young beech-tree is examined, it will be found to consist of a number of concentrical and almost circular beds...about a common centre, which is occupied by a canal of pith, the whole being covered by the bark formed on the outside of the stem. The longitudinal section,...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volume 15

1865 - 372 pages
...found to consist of a number of concéntrica! and almost circular beds or layers of wood, cnsheathing one another about a common centre, which is occupied by a canal of pith, the whole being covered by the bark formed on the outside of the stem. The longitudinal section,...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1867 - 378 pages
...arborescent cone. If a transverse section of a young beech-tree is examined, it will be found to consist of a number of concentrical and almost circular beds...about a common centre, which is occupied by a canal of pith, the whole being covered by the bark formed on the outside of the stem. The longitudinal section,...
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