Families of Vascular Plants - EEB337H

Toronto Islands 2 October 2008



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Photo courtesy and © 2008 D. Lee
Other plants, like this Potentilla, spread over the dunes by means of above-ground stems (stolons). The internodes of the stolons are (red) are very long, and bear rosettes of leaves and flowers at their nodes (from axillary buds).

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