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Thomas E. Marler

plantings. The purpose of this study was to determine the presence of kin recognition capabilities in roots of a representative cycad species. Cycas edentata is a widespread cycad species that colonizes islands throughout its natural range ( Lindström et

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

or vascular cylinder age, and parenchymatous rays connect the cortex and pith tissue ( Terrazas, 1991 ). Fig. 1. Habit of large specimens of ( A ) Cycas revoluta ; ( B ) C. macrocarpa ; ( C ) C. edentata ; ( D ) C. elongata ; ( E ) C

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Thomas E. Marler, Anders J. Lindström, and L. Irene Terry

(Wadeanae section without floating seeds) and the widespread C. edentata de Laub. (Rumphiae subsection within Cycas section with floating seeds) live on the main island and its barrier islands ( Lindström et al., 2008 ). Damage to C. edentata was three

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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