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Raamatud Books 1 - 3 of 3 on Umbels terminal or opposite the leaves, on long stalks — flowers white, petals....
" Umbels terminal or opposite the leaves, on long stalks — flowers white, petals unequal, nicked, 2-lobed, with a hollow on each side. The three long pendulous leaves of the partial involucre, all on one side, distinguish this from every other umbellate... "
A Natural Arrangement of British Plants: According to Their Relations to ... - Page 511
by Samuel Frederick Gray - 1821
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A Popular Description of the Indigenous Plants of Lanarkshire

William Patrick - 1831
...leaves of the partial involucre, all on one side, distinguish this from every other umbellate plant. When eaten in mistake for parsley it occasions vomiting, which may be stopped by a large doze of brandy. GENUS XLI. NEEDLE CHERVIL, Scandixe. Partial involucres jagged — fruit oblong,...
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A popular description of the indigenous plants of Lanarkshire: with a ...

William Patrick - 1831 - 399 lehte
...leaves of the partial involucre, all on one side, distinguish this from every other umbellate plant. When eaten in mistake for parsley it occasions vomiting, which may be stopped by a large doze of brandy. GENUS XLI. NEEDLE CHERVIL, Scan* dixe. Partial involucres jagged—fruit oljlong,...
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A cyclopedia of domestic medicine and surgery

Thomas Andrew - 1842
...colour ; the spleen livid, but the body was not at all emphysematous. When eaten in small quantities, it occasions vomiting, which may be stopped by a very large dose of brandy, and the application of a mustard sinapism to the pit of the stomach, and the use of the enema of castor...
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