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The disc flowers of the solitary or clustered flower heads are yellow; the ray
flowers are yellow, purple, pink, or white. Some species have short stems and
basal leaves; others are taller, with leaves that alternate along the stem and often
flower arranging 196 July I, 1899, London), zoologist, made valuable
contributions to structural anthropology and the comparative anatomy of
mammals. He became a member of the surgical staff at Middlesex Hospital,
London, after serving as ...
The flowers have four or five united petals, which may be deeply divided. The
petals overlap and are twisted in the bud. Nectar-secreting pits are present at the
base of the petals and sepals in some species. Centaury (Centaurium) has pink ...
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