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Based on portions of a dissertation submitted to the Department of Botany, University of California, Berkeley. The research was directed by H. G. Baker and supported, in part by the National Science Foundation (graduate fellowship 21252). Most of the cultivation experiments were carried out at the Botanical Garden, University of California, Berkeley. Additional work has been supported by NSF Grant GB-1564.
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Nelson, A.P. Taxonomic and evolutionary implications of lawn races in Prunella vulgaris (Labiatae). Brittonia 17, 160–174 (1965). https://doi.org/10.2307/2805241
- Flowering Plant
- Developmental Pattern
- Basal Shoot
- Flowering Shoot
- Dwarf Form