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Typhaon 220 The two families are closely related and have similar technical
characters, including separate, petalless, wind-pollinated male and female
flowers in dense inflorescences (clusters), but the plants differ significantly in
The small, nish flowers often form clusters in the leaf axils. Nettle (Urtica gracilis)
Frankin K Anderson-EB Inc Both male and female flowers may be borne on the
same plant. The curled stamens of the male flowers straighten quickly as the ...
Some species float in shallow water; others are rooted in muddy stream banks
and lakeshores. All have slender rootstocks, feathery roots, rosettes of stalked
leaves, and few to many flowers arranged in spikes or clusters in the leaf axils.
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