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INDEX.

Radicle, 14, 130; figs. 2, 3.

Requirements of oak, 149.

Rocking of root, 20, 35.

Root-cap, 23, 25, 32; fig. 6.

Root-cortex, 24, 28, 32, 91; figs. 5, 6.

Root-hairs, 23, 28, 36, 82, 97; fig. 3.

Root-system, 38, 91-97.

Rosellinia, 153.


Sapling, 4, 89.

Sap wood. See Alburnum.

Scale-leaves, 21.

Secondary roots, 34; fig. 3.

Seed of oak, 10, 12, 132; figs. 36, 37.

Seed-coat. See Testa.

Seed-leaves. See Cotyledons.

Seed-trees, 149, 151.

Seedling, 4, 19-24, 89; fig. 3.

Sheath, fig. 5.

Shoot-axis, 22, 39, 75, 98; figs. 9, 26.

Shoot-system, 6, 39, 98-120.

Shrinkage of oak, 139.

Sieve-tubes, 32, 112.

Silver fir, 148.

Splitting of oak, 141.

Spruce, 148.

Stamen, 123.

Starch-grains, 17, 18, 87.

Stereum hirsutum, 159.

Stigma, 12, 123.

Stipules, 22, 74, 122, 127; figs. 4, 19, 32.

Stomata, 82; fig. 23.

Stores of food materials, 20, 88.

Structure of oak, 136.

—— of root, 24; fig. 5.

Swelling of oak, 140.


Tannin, 9, 17, 68, 135.

Technology of oak, 136-146.

Tenacity of oak, 140.

Testa, 13, 131; figs. 2, 3.

Thelephora Perdix, 159; fig. 42.

Timber, 8, 136-146; figs. 26, 38, 39.

Tissues, 17, 39.

Torsion of oak, 141.

Tortrix viridana, 154; fig. 40.

Tracheids, 60, 106, 108, 136; fig. 16.

Tree-killing fungi, 157.

Tyloses, 110; fig. 29.


Uses of oak, 143.


Vascular bundles, 11, 17, 18, 26, 41-51, 100; figs. 2, 3, 9, 10-12.

—— system, 51-71.

Venation of leaf, 49, 70, 76, 79; fig. 21.

Vessels, 30, 31, 40, 55-62, 90, 106, 108, 136; figs. 12-16, 38.


Water in oak, 139.

Winter state, 7.

Wood. See Xylem.

Wood-cells, 31, 62, 106; fig. 16.


Xylem, 30, 40, 52-71, 92, 100, 103, 111; figs. 5, 6, 9, 13-15, 24.


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