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Thomas E. Marler, Anders Lindström, and Jack B. Fisher

heterogeneous variable (F = 19.68, P ≤ 0.0001) with the six species separating into four distinct groups ( Table 1 ). Cycas macrocarpa exhibited the most narrow zone of peripheral tissue, whereas C. hainanensis and C. elongata exhibited the widest zone

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Jack B. Fisher, Anders Lindström, and Thomas E. Marler

Methods The total number of plants examined for the following species are given in brackets: Cycas edentata de Laub. (nine), Cycas elongata (Leandri) D. Yue Wang (three), Cycas hainanensis C.J. Chen (three), Cycas macrocarpa Griff. (two), Cycas