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CUL-DAR61    Draft:    1874.10.00   [All of DAR61 in one sequence of 129 images]   Image
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CUL-DAR61.1    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Insectivorous plants'?] On the movement of leaves of the Drosera   Image
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CUL-DAR61.102    Draft:    [Undated]   fluid within the cells of both the elongated & oval glands had begun to aggregate   Image
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CUL-DAR61.103    Draft:    [Undated]   A leaf was immersed in a solution of two grains of this salt pure Carbonate of Potash in one ounce of water   Image
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CUL-DAR61.104    Draft:    [Undated]   I tried a few other salts   Image
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CUL-DAR61.105    Draft:    [Undated]   Nitric acid. The following experiment, though not relating to a salt   Image
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CUL-DAR61.106    Draft:    [Undated]   The action of organic poisons   Image
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CUL-DAR61.107    Draft:    [Undated]   the glands on the central disc of all six leaves was much injured & apparently killed   Image
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CUL-DAR61.108    Draft:    [Undated]   Sulphate of Quinine - One grain was added to an ounce of water but all was not dissolved   Image
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CUL-DAR61.109-113    Draft:    [Undated]   Acetate of Morphia - A minute drop of a solution of two grains to the ounce was brought into contact with the viscid secretions round the glands   Image
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CUL-DAR61.114-118    Draft:    [Undated]   On the means or mechanisms by which the tentacles & the laminae of the leaves are inflected   Image
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CUL-DAR61.12    Draft:    [Undated]   chloroform in a watch-glass entirely stopped the leaves clasping over flies   Image
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CUL-DAR61.13    Draft:    [Undated]   The leaves certainly act differently according to the nature of the object placed on them   Image
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CUL-DAR61.14-16    Draft:    [Undated]   on the marginal hairs is ingeniously rolled into the middle of the leaf   Image
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CUL-DAR61.17    Draft:    [Undated]   on the centres of their leaves: after 19 hours the hairs on one leaf seized tolerably well the uninviting morsel   Image
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CUL-DAR61.18    Draft:    [Undated]   I also placed as already stated four flies on the glands of the marginal hairs   Image
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CUL-DAR61.19-25    Draft:    [Undated]   To be inserted in middle of Page 11   Image
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CUL-DAR61.2    Draft:    [Undated]   [title] On the movement of the Leaves of Drosera ... / Sensitiveness to various stimulations / What attracts insects? analogy smell? / All Used   Image
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CUL-DAR61.26-62    Draft:    [Undated]   I will resume with non-nitrogenous fluids   Image
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CUL-DAR61.3-4    Draft:    [Undated]   These were chiefly Diptera; the largest insect which I have caught was the small Heath Butterfly   Image
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CUL-DAR61.5-11    Draft:    [Undated]   Before giving the experiments on which these remarks are founded   Image
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CUL-DAR61.63-69    Draft:    [Undated]   furnished with glandular hairs & treated thus with a solution of carbonate of ammonia   Image
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CUL-DAR61.70    Draft:    [Undated]   I immersed a piece of a flower-peduncle in a solution of C[arbonate] of Ammonia (4 grains to the ounce)   Image
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CUL-DAR61.71    Draft:    [Undated]   I put bits of meat for 23h on some glandular heads & after 23h examined them   Image
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CUL-DAR61.72    Draft:    [Undated]   masses. Hence in this case the absorption & consequent segregation proceeds much quickly & in a reversed direction   Image
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CUL-DAR61.73    Note:    1874.10.21   Rudiments on tentacles - almost entirely on lower side, numerous -   Image
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CUL-DAR61.74    Draft:    [Undated]   Experiments showing the influence of nitrogenous & non-nitrogenous fluids   Image
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CUL-DAR61.75    Draft:    [Undated]   Thirdly - whole leaves were cut off & immersed for stated times in a measured quantity of the solutions under trial   Image
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CUL-DAR61.77-89    Draft:    [Undated]   If a very dark red leaf has [been] selected & especially if this immersed in stronger solutions   Image
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CUL-DAR61.90    Draft:    [Undated]   I placed into a medlar atoms of the dry carbonate on several glands   Image
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CUL-DAR61.91    Draft:    [Undated]   leaf with bright red glands was placed in about 60 minims of the solution   Image
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CUL-DAR61.92-101    Draft:    [Undated]   I then tried a good many experiments by immersing thirty-seven cut-off leaves in same quantities of solutions   Image
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