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The Concept of Genorheitron

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Abstract

The group of Evolvulus reviewed in the preceding chapter falls into two groups, Africa being central to the dispersal. One of these groups, represented by E. alsinoides, overruns the map to an extent beyond comparison greater than the other.

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Angiospermous Family Bonin Island Endemic Flora Preceding Chapter Orderly Migration 
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