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Anatomy of Certain Goldenrods

Edith S. Whitaker
Botanical Gazette
Vol. 65, No. 3 (Mar., 1918), pp. 250-260
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    EAMES, A. J., Herbaceous type in angiosperms. Ann. Botany25: 215-224. p1. I4. 1911.
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    SINNOTT, E. W., and BAILEY, I. W., Investigations on the phylogeny of the angiosperms. IV. The origin and dispersal of herbaceous angiosperms. Ann. Botany28:547-600. pis. 39, 40. 1914.
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    WORSDELL, W. C., The origin of medullary (interxylary) phloem in the stems of dicotyledons. Ann. Botany29:567-590. figs. Io. 1915.
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    BAILEY, I. I., The evolutionary history of the foliar ray. Ann. Botany26:647- 66i. pis. 62-63. 1911.