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Biological Relations cont_d.
Squirrels, and coniferous seed, 4_23, 4_104; 7_136; 25_136
Squirrels use seeds of Echinystis horrida, 49_66
Stump-sprouting, 3_25, 3_49; 5_172; 6_21, 7_59, 7_88, 7_106, 7_198
8_107, 8_173; 9_17, 9_55, 9_77, 9_86; 10_28, 10_44, 10_59, 10_69, 10_92, 10_94, 10_119, 10_150, 10_167; 11_15, 11_103, 11_152, 11_163; 12_54; 15_36; 16_180; 17_41, 17_103, 17_118, 17_119, 17_126, 17_128, 17_159, 17_169, 17_184, 17_187; 18_14, 18_18, 18_38, 18_50, 18_81, 18_177; 24_75, 24_77; 27_28; 28_59; 29_46, 29_69, 29_80
Stump sprouting, Arctostaphylos glandulosa, 29_137
Stump sprouting, Ceanothus cuneatus, 29_122
Stump-sprouts, 10_146
Switch plants, 25_45
Sycamore trunks, quality of wood, 5_154
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Biological Relations cont_d.
Tap-root, Pinus Murrayana has practically none, 16_79
Tap-roots, 18_178
Tap roots, Sida hederacea, 12_22
Tap roots, swollen, Black Pak, 29_138
Tsuga Hookeriana, can not be found in nature, 15_35
Tubercles on Ceanothus roots, 25_1
Twig-shedding, 7_50, 7_51, 7_53
Unalaska, few plants have decided odors, 2_34
Unbranched axes, 28_188
Vegetative differences, Coulter and Ponderosa Pines, 14_94
Vegetative reproduction, 16_11
Vernal and autumnal flowering, 29_160
Vernal pool beds, species of, 28_166
Walnut, English, black spots, 11_159
Wasp feeding on Asclepias
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