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f. 8. Abrupt, Scabiosa succisa:f. 9 Tuberous, Potatoe, p. 108.f. 10. Oval knobs of some Orchideæ:f. 11. Palmate ones of others:f. 12. Several pairs of knobs in Satyrium albidum: p. 109.f. 13. Solid Bulb in Crocus:f. 14. Tunicate Bulb in Allium:f. 15. Scaly one in Lilium: p. 111.f. 16. Granulated Root of Saxifraga granulata, p. 113.

Tab. 3. Stems and Buds.f. 17. Forked Stem, in Chlora perfoliata, p. 117.f. 18. Scaly, in Orobanche:f. 19. Radicans, or Clinging, in Ivy, p. 118.f. 20. Twining from left to right, in Lonicera;f. 21 : from right to left, in Convolvulus, p. 119.f. 22. Sarmentum, a Runner, in the Strawberry, p. 120.f. 23. Caulis determinatè ramosus, as in the Azalea family, p. 122.f. 24. Three pair of Buds, in Lonicera cærulea, p. 135.f. 25. Bud of the Horse Chesnut, p. 137.

Tab. 4. Leaves.f. 26. Tufted Leaves, p. 146.f. 27. Imbricated:f. 28. Decussated:f. 29. Two-ranked, Yew:f. 30. Unilateral, p. 147.