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Re: Seed germination

At 02:04 PM 3/2/99 -0600, you wrote:
>In a message dated 3/1/99 7:10:25 PM Mountain Standard Time, ju-
>bo@email.msn.com writes:
><< What genus/species ` seed??
> Julius
> ju-bo@msn.com
>  >>
>Mostly  terrestrial  Orchids seeds, North American and European species.
   Try the following: 
Orchid Biology:  Review and Perspectives II.  Joseph Arditti, editor.
1982.  Comstock Publishing Associates a division of Cornell University
Press, Ithaca, N.Y. 

   This book has a section on growing North American and European
terrestrial orchids from seeds. 

Paul M. Resslar
Professor of Biology 
Virginia Wesleyan College
1584 Wesleyan Drive
Norfolk, Virginia 23502-5599 

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