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If they can be procured plant also acorns, Pine-seeds, Maple-seeds, and horsechestnuts.
Let them arrange Flax, Four o-clock, Horsechestnut, Almond, Nasturtium, Maple-seeds, etc.
It is not advisable to study the Horsechestnut bud by cutting sections, as the wool is so dense that the arrangement cannot be seen in this way.
This is not mentioned in the study of the Horsechestnut bud, because it cannot be proved to the pupils, but the transition is explained in connection with Lilac, where it may be clearly seen.
The scales of the bud of Horsechestnut are considered to be homologous with petioles, by analogy with other members of the same family.
They are well seen in Horsechestnut.
The tendency of the Horsechestnut to have its growth carried on by the terminal buds is so strong that I almost feel inclined to say that vigorous branches are never formed from axillary buds, in old trees, except where the terminal bud has been prevented from continuing the branch.
The first winter that I examined Horsechestnut buds I found, in many cases, that the axillary shoots had from a quarter of an inch to an inch of wood before the first set of rings.
I have thus spent three recitations on the Horsechestnut.
In some parts of the country the Horsechestnut is not so commonly planted as in New England.
The bud may be examined by removing the scales with a knife, as in Horsechestnut, and also by cutting sections.
The scales are modified stipules, instead of leaf-stalks, as in Horsechestnut.
This bud is to continue the interrupted branch in the same way as in Horsechestnut.
Those without flowers contain more leaves, as in Horsechestnut.
The plan is not so simple as in Horsechestnut, where the leaves are opposite.
The scars on the stem differ from Horsechestnut in having no distinct bands of rings.
The flower-scar is on the summit of the axis, and often apparently in the axil of a branch, as in Horsechestnut.
Ask the scholars to write a description of their branches and to compare them with Horsechestnut.
The scales and leaves are opposite, as in Horsechestnut.
The rings are not nearly so noticeable as in Horsechestnut, but they can be counted for some years back.

Examples of Horsechestnut

Example #1
The difference should be only in the mode of treatment; but the same principles should be brought out, whatever the age and power of comprehension of the pupil.
Example #2
These lessons on seeds are suitable for pupils of every age, from adults to the youngest children who go to school.
Example #3
These must make the second leaves by their own labor.
Example #4
It is because there is so much food stored in the first two that the plumule can develop before a root is formed, while in the others there is only nourishment sufficient to enable the plantlet to form its roots.
Example #5
The scales should be removed with a knife, one by one, and the number, texture, etc., noted.
Example #6
Tell them to open both large and small buds.