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Unity in variety, as deduced from the vegetable kingdom; being an attempt at developing that oneness which is discoverable in the habits, mode of growth, and principle of construction of all plants.

Title:Unity in variety, as deduced from the vegetable kingdom; being an attempt at developing that oneness which is discoverable in the habits, mode of growth, and principle of construction of all plants.
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Note:London, Virtue, 1859
  
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Subject:Botany
Subject:Plant morphology
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