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Re: Dutch"convention"


>We had lectures too.

By any chance did you give a lecture on monocot vs dicot seed 
germination and plant anatomy?  Maybe you were too busy preparing for 
such a lecture to find the time to give the quotes from the book you 
claim supports your view that monocot cotyledons are designed to 
"suck" food from the endosperm and not function in photosynthesis as 
they do in dicots.  Ben, we are STILL waiting - how long do we have to 

Joe Halinar

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