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Re: topophysis


Thank you Josh!  I looked high and low and could not find that tho' I
knew I'd read something about it somewhere and put it somewhere (Lord
only knows where!) all I could come up with was a total blank...THANK
YOU!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
mtalt@hort.net
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> From: Josh Haskell <haskell@ncweb.com>
> 
> Kitty,
> 
>           Found it.  Dirr tells us: "Typophysis is the term applied
to
> different growth characteristics when different parts of the plant
are used as
> cuttings.  Orthotropic refers to cuttings that grow vertically;
plagiotropic
> to those that grow laterally."  This phenomenon is especially
distinct in
> Taxus cuspidata var. capitata, Picea pungens var. glauca, etc.  A
case where
> nature dominates over nurture.

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