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Fasciation

In plants, meristem is undifferentiated tissue capable of active division and differentiation into various types of cells. Apical meristems are those found in the tips of plant roots and stems where they are commonly called growing points. Apical meristems are … Continue reading

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Moth Mullein

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About fifty feet from the wooly mullein (Verbascum thapsus) growing the McArthur Swamp (Shasta County CA) featured in my last post were several moth mullein (Verbascum blattaria) plants. These two plants look so different it is sometimes difficult to remember … Continue reading

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Wooly Mullein

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Wooly mullein (Verbascum thapsus) was introduced from Eurasia and is now established throughout most of temperate North America. A tall imposing plant that grows from two to six feet in height, wooly mullein can be found in disturbed areas such … Continue reading

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