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INDEX.

 

 

Accessory shoots, 6.

Acorn, 4, 7, 10-23, 130; figs. 1-3.

Age of oak, 151.

Alburnum, 110, 136.

Annual rings, 95-108, 136.

Axis-cylinder, 24, 28, 32, 91; fig. 5.


Bark, 98, 111, 118-120; fig. 30.

Bast. See Phloëm.

Beech, 148, 151.

Biology of roots, 36.

Bud, 50, 72-76, 127; figs. 19, 32.

Burning of oak, 142.

Burrs, 7.


Cambium, 40, 52, 64, 92, 98, 100, 103, 111; figs. 9, 24.

Cattle, 155.

Cells, 15, 136.

Chlorophyll, 79, 85.

Cnethocampa, 154.

Common bundles, 47.

Coppice, 149.

Cork, 93, 116; figs. 17, 18.

Cortex, 52, 98; figs. 17, 18.

Cotyledons, 14, 130, 134; figs. 2, 3, 37.

Course of vascular bundles, 42-51, 68-71; figs. 10, 11.

Cultivation of oak, 147-152.

Cupule, 10, 124, 130.

Cynips, 153, 162; fig. 48.


Density of oak, 138.

Diseases of oak, 152-163.

Drainage, 153.

Dry-rot. See Merulius.

Durability of oak, 142.

Duramen, 109, 136.


Elasticity of oak, 140.

Embryo, 14.

Embryonic tissue, 17, 28, 41, 96; figs. 2, 6, 25.

Embryo-sac, 128; fig. 35.

Endodermis, 30, 32; fig. 5.

Epidermis, 16, 39, 41, 52.


Fertilization, 130.

Fibers, 60, 106, 108, 113, 136; fig. 16.

Flexibility of oak, 141.

Flowers of oak, 121; figs. 31, 32.

Folk-lore, 2, 3.

Fruit of oak, 10, 131.

Fundamental tissue, 16, 39.

Fungi, 96, 153, 156-163; figs. 25, 42-47.


Gall-insects, 161; fig. 48.

General description of oak, 5.

Germination, 10-23.

Growing-point, 37, 74, 96; figs. 6, 19.

Growth in thickness, 68, 91, 100-103.