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001 - CONTROL NUMBER

  • control field: 566215

003 - CONTROL NUMBER IDENTIFIER

  • control field: OSt

005 - DATE AND TIME OF LATEST TRANSACTION

  • control field: 20170516014933.0

008 - FIXED-LENGTH DATA ELEMENTS

  • fixed length control field: 860211i| anannbabn |a ana

010 ## - LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CONTROL NUMBER

  • LC control number: sh 85017837

040 ## - CATALOGING SOURCE

  • Original cataloging agency: DLC
  • Transcribing agency: DLC
  • Modifying agency: DLC

053 #0 - LC CLASSIFICATION NUMBER

  • Classification number element--single number or beginning number of span: SB425
  • Classification number element--ending number of span: SB425.34
  • Explanatory term: Culture

150 ## - HEADING--TOPICAL TERM

  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Bulbs (Plants)

450 ## - SEE FROM TRACING--TOPICAL TERM

  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Bulb plants

450 ## - SEE FROM TRACING--TOPICAL TERM

  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Bulbous plants

450 ## - SEE FROM TRACING--TOPICAL TERM

  • Control subfield: nne
  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Bulbs

450 ## - SEE FROM TRACING--TOPICAL TERM

  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Flower bulbs

450 ## - SEE FROM TRACING--TOPICAL TERM

  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Flowering bulbs

450 ## - SEE FROM TRACING--TOPICAL TERM

  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Tuberous-rooted plants

550 ## - SEE ALSO FROM TRACING--TOPICAL TERM

  • Control subfield: g
  • Topical term or geographic name entry element: Perennials

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: Dict. of horticulture, 1994
  • Information found: (bulb: a plant that has or develops from bulbs; bulbs: a term commonly used in gardening for a whole category of spring or summer blooming perennial plants that may grow from bulbs, corms, rhizomes, tubers, and tuberous roots. Examples: daffodil, crocus, summer lily, tulip)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: Poincelot, R.P. Sustainable horticulture, 2004:
  • Information found: p. 624 (Bulbs. The term bulb, when used in a horticultural sense, does not have the narrow connotation attributed to it by botanists. To the horticulturist the word bulb suggests such plant parts are corms, tubers, and thickened rhizomes, as well as actual bulbs. Most of the plants arising from these structures are simple stemmed perennials. Many are monocots, but not all. For example, dahlias are dicots as are tuberous begonias. Generally, bulbs are divided into two groups, spring and summer bloomers. Most spring flowering bulbs require a cold period and are limited to areas of minimal to extensive frost.)

670 ## - SOURCE DATA FOUND

  • Source citation: Google search, Apr. 10, 2007
  • Information found: (bulb plants)

680 ## - PUBLIC GENERAL NOTE

  • Explanatory text: Here are entered works on the category of perennial plants that grow from bulbs, corms, rhizomes, tubers, or tuberous roots. Works on the anatomical structure of perennial plants consisting of an underground modified stem and modified leaves that contain stored food are entered under
  • Heading or subdivision term: Bulbs (Plant anatomy).

681 ## - SUBJECT EXAMPLE TRACING NOTE

  • Explanatory text: Note under
  • Subject heading or subdivision term: Bulbs (Plant anatomy)