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    1. The Organic Components of Plants 3

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  • WLUser Reacted with Thanks to the article The Prothonotary Yellow Warblers.

    Quite a long name for such small birds—don’t you think so? You will have to get your teacher to repeat it several times, before you learn it. These little yellow warblers are just as happy as the pair of wrens I showed you in April “Birds.”
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  • My home is on an island where it is very warm. I fly among the tall trees and eat fruit and insects. See my beautiful feathers. The ladies like to wear them in their hats. The feathers of my wife are brown, but she has no long tail feathers.
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  • Henrich Šimko Replied to the thread The Cretan Borage (Borago Cretica).

    The Toucans are a numerous race of South American birds, at once recognizable by the prodigious size of their beaks and by the richness of their plumage. “These birds are very common,” says Prince Von Wied, “in all parts of the extensive forests…
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  • Λεωτυχίδας Replied to the thread The Cretan Borage (Borago Cretica).

    My home is on an island where it is very warm. I fly among the tall trees and eat fruit and insects. See my beautiful feathers. The ladies like to wear them in their hats. The feathers of my wife are brown, but she has no long tail feathers.
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  • Whether it be desirous to retain water or to lose it by gradual evaporation, or expel an excess of it, each species of plant has developed the apparatus to best preserve its individual life. While only the barest outline of these adjustments to the…
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  • Katell Dufour Reacted with Thanks to Lauderdale’s post in the thread Inorganic Plant Toxins and Stimulants.

    Much study has been given during recent years to the question of the supposed poisonous, or toxic, effects upon plants of various soil constituents. There seems to be no doubt that certain organic compounds which are injurious to plant life are often…
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