(PDF/EBOOK) Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee BY Unknown
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no method Of preventing it It is a property Of all garden Tulips containing the pigment tie Of all except the white and yellow selfsAbout the PublisherForgotten publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at wwwforgottenbookscomThis book is a reproduction an important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to igitally reconstruct the work preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases an imperfection in the original such as a blemish or missing page may be replicated in our edition We o however repair the vast majority of imperfections any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to the state of such historical wor. Excerpt from Report of the Tulip NOMENCLATURE 1914 1915ONE OTHER COLOUR PROPERTY 1914 1915One other colour property the Tulip a very Special one must' be ealt with that 15 the process known as breaking When a Tulip seedling first blooms if it contains any anthocyanin pigments ale Red or purple that colour will be uniformly Message Of The President Of The United States Returning To The House Of diffused all over the surface of the segments and the result is a self coloured ﬂower save for the base known as a breeder This bulb and those which arise from Offsets in succeeding years remain similarly breeders but sooner or later some andoubtless eventually all will undergo a remarkable change known as breaking In the broken ﬂower the anthocyanin pigment is no longer iffused all over the surface but is segregated into stripes up the diffused all over the surface but is segregated into stripes up the of each segment or fine featherings upon its Dges Often the Shade changes on breaking; as a it becomes intense The Offsets from a bulb that has thrown a broken ﬂower will always be broken AS far As is known reversion to the breeder state never takes place; though the markings Of broken colour which vary considerably in shape and istribution from year to year may with age almost overspread the whole segment still these heavy broken ﬂowers are always to be istinguished from the true breeders Breaking is accompanied by other Changes In The Plant in the plant leaves generally show a istinct mottling in the green; the stem possesses markings of anthocyanin pigment; the size height and vigour of the plant are reduced and it oes not throw Offsets SO
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