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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 44 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 44
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Brussels: Botanic Garden [August 4, 1905]  is a certain amount of the garden, especially the lower left (facing glass houses) which is lawn and trees. The Lindens some of them are peculiarly swollen in the trunks five feet (about) above the ground. The Mimosa pudica plant in the Systematic Garden is a fine plant and most extraordinarily sensitive. I never saw anything like it in other sensitive plants. There are several entrances to each plot so that one may miss at first the signs indicating the "schools," so that these notes are random-like, being taken as I wandered through, ::::::::: Brussels: Botanic Garden [August 4, 1905]  hence the need for the final summary. A. School of Systematic Botany. 4 plots in front of conservatories. B. School of Phylogeny of Plants. 1 plot illustrating cases of heredity and variation. C. School of Ecology. Plot 1. Adaptations in the life of the individual. Plot 2. Adaptations in history of the species.  The Hotel du Nord is a clean nice hotel near the Gare Nord. We had a front room in the fourth floor (lift), three francs each per day including lights and attendance. For a room in a San Francisco Hotel with
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