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The identification of cultivated plants part 1 a general commentary on botanical identification



The identification of cultivated plants part 1 a general commentary on botanical identification



Phytologia 34(3): 240-244



Most systematic botanists have devoted their time and energy to the identification of wild plants and the production of regional floras devoted only to wild plants, completely ignoring cultivated plants unless they have escaped and become feral. There are several understandable reasons for this situation, but it is now proposed that dichotomous keys be proposed for the cultivated varieties, forms, and strains of at least such genera of cultivated plants as Gossypium, Linum and Triticum which are so widely grown and are of such vast economic importance to man.

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