This shows the axillary buds on a twig of Basswood, they are alternate like the leaves.
"Successive stages in the life history of the bean seedling. AA, the surface of the ground; r, primary…
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…
Prickly pear or Indian fig is the common name of opuntia. Pictured is the seedling showing the mode…
This shows the axillary buds on a twig of Red Maple, they are opposite like the leaves.
A newly germinated seed of the Red Maple, seed leaves, and the roots.
A more advanced seedling of the Red Maple,.
The Dahlia root is a perennial.
This shows real roots of the potato, as well as several branches of the stem, with potatoes forming…
So the biennial root becomes large and heavy, being a storehouse of nourishing matter, (Gray, 1858).
In some perennial herbs, prostrate stems or branches underground are thickened with this store of nourishment…
A newly germinated seed, showing the cotyledons or seed leaves, and the roots.
A grain of corn.
A seedling of the bean.
A more advanced seedling of the bean.
A more advanced seedling of the cherry.
A seedling of the oak with a section of acorn.
A seedling of the pea plant .
A seedling from a grain of corn.
A more advanced seedling from a grain of corn.
One stage of growth seen in a wild oats seedling.
A growth stage of a wild oats seedling, showing later growth.