"Tubular Androphore and section of flower of Malva Sylvestris."-Whitney, 1902

Androphore

"Tubular Androphore and section of flower of Malva Sylvestris."-Whitney, 1902

"Anona furfuracea. 1. an expanded flower; 2. a vertical section of male and female apparatus, which latter occupies the centre; 3. a vertical section of a carpel; 4. ditto of a ripe seed, showing the ruminated albumen and embryo." -Lindley, 1853

Annona

"Anona furfuracea. 1. an expanded flower; 2. a vertical section of male and female apparatus, which…

A budding apple, with the egg of a coddling moth.

Infested apple bud

A budding apple, with the egg of a coddling moth.

This shows the axillary buds on a twig of Basswood, they are alternate like the leaves.

Basswood Buds

This shows the axillary buds on a twig of Basswood, they are alternate like the leaves.

Flower of a Buckthorn showing a conspicuous perigynous disk.

Flower of a Buckthorn

Flower of a Buckthorn showing a conspicuous perigynous disk.

Vertical section of a Buckthorn flower.

Flower of a Buckthorn

Vertical section of a Buckthorn flower.

A flower-bud of the Poppy,casting its calyx.

Bud

A flower-bud of the Poppy,casting its calyx.

Magnified cross-section of a flower-bud of the American Linden.

Bud

Magnified cross-section of a flower-bud of the American Linden.

A section of a rose bud.

Bud

A section of a rose bud.

"Transverse section of a bud, in which the leaves are arranged in an accumbent manner." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Bud

"Transverse section of a bud, in which the leaves are arranged in an accumbent manner." — Encyclopedia…

"Transverse section of a bud, in which the leaves are arranged in an equitant manner." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Bud

"Transverse section of a bud, in which the leaves are arranged in an equitant manner." — Encyclopedia…

"Transverse section of a bud, showing two leaves folded in an obvolute manner. Each is conduplicate, and one embraces the edge of the other." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Bud

"Transverse section of a bud, showing two leaves folded in an obvolute manner. Each is conduplicate,…

"Transverse section of a bud, showing two leaves arranged in a supervolute manner." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Bud

"Transverse section of a bud, showing two leaves arranged in a supervolute manner." — Encyclopedia…

The bud inserted.

The bud, inserted

The bud inserted.

This is the lower end of the Papyrus bud plant.

Papyrus Bud

This is the lower end of the Papyrus bud plant.

This is a half-opened Papyrus bud plant.

Papyrus Bud

This is a half-opened Papyrus bud plant.

A bud ready for insertion, and the T-shaped cut ready to receive it.

Bud, ready for insertion

A bud ready for insertion, and the T-shaped cut ready to receive it.

The budding completed

The budding, complete

The budding completed

An illustration of a Calystegia sepium bud.  Calystegia sepium (Larger Bindweed, Hedge Bindweed, or Rutland beauty) is a species of bindweed, with a subcosmopolitan distribution throughout temperate Northern Hemisphere in Europe, Asia, northwestern Africa, and North America, and in the temperate Southern Hemisphere in Australia, and Argentina in South America.

Calystegia Sepium Bud

An illustration of a Calystegia sepium bud. Calystegia sepium (Larger Bindweed, Hedge Bindweed, or Rutland…

"Cloves are the flower-buds of the Clove-tree. The genus to which this tree belongs is of the natural order Myrtaceae; the calyx has a cylindrical tube and 4-cleft border; the corolla consists of four petals united by their tips; the stamens are in four clusters; and the fruit is an oblong dry berry with one or two cells and as many seeds." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Cloves

"Cloves are the flower-buds of the Clove-tree. The genus to which this tree belongs is of the natural…

"Dog's-tooth violet (Erythronium americanum). Stages of development from the seed. 1-5 show the stage of development in each of five successive years. Full explanation in the text. 6, Bulb showing a surface bud (the sprout has been destroyed)." -Gager, 1916

Dog's-Tooth Violet Stages

"Dog's-tooth violet (Erythronium americanum). Stages of development from the seed. 1-5 show the stage…

Illustrated is a winter bud of elodea. The buds grow in the spring. Elodea is an aquatic herb.

Elodea

Illustrated is a winter bud of elodea. The buds grow in the spring. Elodea is an aquatic herb.

Illustrated are parts of eucalyptus globulus. It shows the stamens and the structure of the bud. (4) is a section of a bud.

Eucalyptus Globulus

Illustrated are parts of eucalyptus globulus. It shows the stamens and the structure of the bud. (4)…

The American Linden in flower.

Flower

The American Linden in flower.

An illustration of the flower of a moss: ar, archegonium; an, antheridium; p, paraphysis; bl, leaf.

Flower of a Moss

An illustration of the flower of a moss: ar, archegonium; an, antheridium; p, paraphysis; bl, leaf.

This is the bud of a Horse-Chestnut. This will open and the leaves will push out.

Horse-Chestnut Bud

This is the bud of a Horse-Chestnut. This will open and the leaves will push out.

Here is a shoot of the Horse chestnut with a large terminal bed, and with very conspicuous leaf scars, and just above each is an axillary bud.

Leaf-scar

Here is a shoot of the Horse chestnut with a large terminal bed, and with very conspicuous leaf scars,…

Here is a shoot of the Hickory with a large terminal bed, and with alternate leaf scars, and just above each is an axillary bud.

Leaf-scar

Here is a shoot of the Hickory with a large terminal bed, and with alternate leaf scars, and just above…

"Lecythis ovata. 1. a flower divided perpendicularly; 2. a stamen." -Lindley, 1853

Lecythis

"Lecythis ovata. 1. a flower divided perpendicularly; 2. a stamen." -Lindley, 1853

"Magnolia glauca. 1. the pistil; 2. a section of the seed." -Lindley, 1853

Sweetbay Magnolia

"Magnolia glauca. 1. the pistil; 2. a section of the seed." -Lindley, 1853

"Milkweed (Asclepias sp.). a, flower-bud; b, flower; c, very young pod; d, older pod in section, showing seeds; e, section of flower; f, top view of flower, showing the 5 hoods f the crown, each with a horn incurving to the stigma; between the horns are the cleft glands to which the pollinia are attached." -Gager, 1916

Milkweed Stages

"Milkweed (Asclepias sp.). a, flower-bud; b, flower; c, very young pod; d, older pod in section, showing…

The open spread part of the flower is very thin, and the ribs are to it what the whalebones are to an umbrella (Hooker, 1886).

Morning Glory

The open spread part of the flower is very thin, and the ribs are to it what the whalebones are to an…

The flower part of this bud is twisted at its point end in a spiral manner.

Morning Glory Bud

The flower part of this bud is twisted at its point end in a spiral manner.

The flower part of this bud is twisted at its point end in a spiral manner. This bud is partially closed.

Morning Glory Bud

The flower part of this bud is twisted at its point end in a spiral manner. This bud is partially closed.

Side view of a pea blossom.

Pea blossom

Side view of a pea blossom.

The pistil of the American Linden.

Pistil

The pistil of the American Linden.

The pistil of the American Linden, cut in two.

Pistil

The pistil of the American Linden, cut in two.

An illustration of a poppy bud.

Poppy Bud

An illustration of a poppy bud.

This shows the axillary buds on a twig of Red Maple, they are opposite like the leaves.

Red Maple Buds

This shows the axillary buds on a twig of Red Maple, they are opposite like the leaves.

Rosebud without petals.

Stylized Rose Bud

Rosebud without petals.

Rosebud without petals, cut open to reveal stamens.

Stylized Rose Bud

Rosebud without petals, cut open to reveal stamens.

Stylized rose image

Stylized Rose

Stylized rose image

"Make the little vases of large punk rosebuds; those begining to unfold are the best. Peel off the outside petals, and grasping each bud in turn near its base with the thumb and first two fingers gently work it back and forth until it is loosened and can be removed entire without damage. Stand each base on a level surface and gather spears of grass on to place in them." -Beard, 1906

Rosebud vase

"Make the little vases of large punk rosebuds; those begining to unfold are the best. Peel off the outside…

The seeds of a rose.

Seeds

The seeds of a rose.

A tuft of stamens with the petal-like scale of the American Linden.

Stamen

A tuft of stamens with the petal-like scale of the American Linden.

A simple table constructed of barrels and a wooden plank covered with boxes.

Simple barrel table

A simple table constructed of barrels and a wooden plank covered with boxes.

"Corynostylis Hybanthus. 1. a set of stamens, each having the connective lengthened beyond the anther, in the form of a scale; 2. a spurred petal; 3. a transverse section of an ovary, showing the three parietal placentae; 4. a ripe fruit; 5. an embryo." -Lindley, 1853

Violet

"Corynostylis Hybanthus. 1. a set of stamens, each having the connective lengthened beyond the anther,…

"Showing a Bit of Common Yeast Cake when mixed with Water and examined under the Microscope. There are large numbers of minute oval bodies, inside of which may commonly be seen one of more smaller bodies knows as <em>vacuoles</em>, shown in <em>a</em> and <em>b</em>. <em>c</em> shows a nucleus, <em>n</em>, inside of the yeast cell; <em>d shows a budding cell with the nucleus dividing; <em>e</em> shows the cell divided, the new cell containing a bit of the old nucleus." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Yeast cake

"Showing a Bit of Common Yeast Cake when mixed with Water and examined under the Microscope. There are…

Growing Yeast Cells, showing Method of budding and forming Groups of Cells. Each bud appears as a little swelling on the side of the larger cell, as seen in <em>a</em> and <em>b</em>. In <em>c</em> the little bud has grown to be nearly as large as the parent cell. The little buds grow one after another, making irregularly shaped groups, as shown in <em>d</em>." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Growing yeast cells

Growing Yeast Cells, showing Method of budding and forming Groups of Cells. Each bud appears as a little…