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One bed is filled with large leaves of a species of fig (Ficus populina), and of a hornbeam (Carpinus grandis), the strength of the wind having probably been great when they were blown into the lake; whereas another contiguous layer contains almost exclusively smaller leaves, indicating, apparently, a diminished strength in the wind.
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Among them we find the familiar forms of the Oak, Fig, and Walnut (Quercus, Ficus, and Juglans), of the last both the nuts and leaves; also several genera of the Myrtaceae.
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Root-climbers, as far as I have seen, namely, the Ivy (Hedera helix), Ficus repens, and F. barbatus, have no power of movement, not even from the light to the dark.
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Ficus repens climbs up a wall just like Ivy; and when the young rootlets are made to press lightly on slips of glass, they emit after about a week's interval, as I observed several times, minute drops of clear fluid, not in the least milky like that exuded from a wound.
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The genus Ficus abounds with caoutchouc, and we may conclude from the facts just given that this substance, at first in solution and ultimately modified into an unelastic cement, {42} is used by the Ficus repens to cement its rootlets to any surface which it ascends.
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We halted at a village called Koojok, beneath a large fig-tree (Ficus Indica).
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This was, no doubt, what was called the danta-kashtha, or "dental wood," mostly a bit of the _ficus Indicus_ or banyan tree, which the monk chews every morning to cleanse his teeth, and for the purpose of health generally.
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The Chinese characters used for the name of this cavern serve also to name the pippala (peepul) tree, the _ficus religiosa_.
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The Indian tree, whose branches downward bent, Take root again, a boundless canopy- and the Peepul or Pippul (_Ficus Religiosa_) are amongst the finest trees in this country-or perhaps in the world-and on a very spacious pleasure ground or park they would present truly magnificent aspects.
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Other similar stories are also told of the Bilwa tree to prove its sacredness, but the one I have given above, will be sufficient to shew in what estimation it is held by the Hindus. BAT (_Ficus indica_).-Is the Indian Banian tree, supposed to be immortal and coeval with the gods; whence it is venerated as one of them.
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He tells us, in the 12th volume of his large abridgment of _la Quintinye_, that before he had acquir'd his judgment and experience, some of his plants have often been sufferers through this mistake; and he has seen a tall thriving tree, by the contact: only of this venomous shrub, become _porrose, scabiose_, and cover'd with _fungous Excrescences_ not unlike the fruits of the _Ficus sylvestris_ in which case the _succus_ also has lost both its colour and vertue; and the tree itself has so much partaken of the nature of the venomous shrub that had hurt it, that itself has become venomous, and spread the poison through a whole Plantation.
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Harber, then, was to manage the plantation; they were going to set out rubber, both Para and native, and try hemp and maybe coffee while they waited for the Haevia and the Ficus to yield.
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And some there were that lived upon the fruits of the Ficus religiosa, and some that used to live upon water.
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The fruits of the Ficus religiosa and the Ficus Bengalensis as also the leaves of the Crotolaria Juncea, and the fruits of the Ficus glomerata, should never be eaten by one who is desirous of his own good.
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That man who worships every day the Aswattha (Ficus religiosa) and the substance called Gorochana and the cow, is regarded as worshipping the whole universe with the deities and Asuras and human beings.
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The word is sometimes used for the Aswattha or Ficus religiosa, Linn.
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Nyagrodha is the Ficus Bengalensis, Linn.
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Pippala is Ficus religiosa, Linn.
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If the elephant is simply turned out to grass for a season, it will thrive upon such natural herbage as bamboos, the foliage of the banyan, peepul, and other varieties of the Ficus family; but if it is expected to travel and perform good work, it is usual in the Commissariat department to allow each elephant seven and a half seers of flour, equal to 15 lbs.
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Examples of Ficu

Example #1
Rostellaria (Hippocrenes) ampla, London Clay.
Example #2
Some of the upper beds at Monod abound in leaves of Proteaceae, Cyperaceae, and ferns, while in some of the lower ones Sequoia, Cinnamomum, and Sparganium are common.
Example #3
But the predominant order is the Proteaceae, of which there are between sixty and seventy supposed species, many of extinct genera, but some referred to the following living forms- Dryandra, Grevillea, Hakea, Banksia, Persoonia- all now belonging to Australia, and Leucospermum, species of which form small bushes at the Cape.
Example #4
The epidermis of the leaves of many of these Aix plants, especially of the Proteaceae, is so perfectly preserved in an envelope of fine clay, that under the microscope the stomata, or polygonal cellules, can be detected, and their peculiar arrangement is identical with that known to characterise some living Proteaceae (Grevillea, for example).
Example #5
As previously stated, the Hoya carnosa (Asclepiadaceae) is a spiral twiner, and likewise adheres by rootlets even to a flat wall.
Example #6
This surprising difference in the leaves, I have also observed in a plant of Marcgravia dubia in my hothouse.