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Re: End of cotyl discussion


>I think it is now without doubt that I was right and that the 
>first leaf is not a cotyledon.

I might accept that IF a creditable plant anatomist did a careful 
study and actually show it to be true.  

>Now not a single one is fair or brave enough to say that I was right 
>after all.

How do you know you are correct?

Now Ben, do alliums have cotyledons or is the first leaf-like 
structure a true leaf?

Joe Halinar

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