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Explain the difference between a raceme and a spike.1 2664
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Write a flora formula for a flower which has a variable number of sepals, 8 petals united at the base, 8 stamens united by their anthers, and an inferior ovary of 4 united carpels.1017
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True or false: tubers and fruits of wild members of the Solanaceae may be safely eaten. Explain.926
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Which family of dicots has the most species?1 1765
viny plant with alternate leaves, poricidally-dehiscent anthers, and black berries belongs to which Family?1 1529
Describe three unusual features of flowers in Asclepias.1 1455
Give the three head types found in the Asteraceae and tell which flower types are found in each.1 1281
Describe the unusual stamens in many members of the Ericaceae. What two corolla shapes are typical of the family?943
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