Sassafra Leaf Morph distribution

Dave Harry deh at s27w007.pswfs.gov
Thu Dec 9 20:26:58 EST 1993


>>maturation, juvenility, rejuvenation.  Two authors who come to mind are
>>Michael Greenwood and William J. Libby.
>> 
>and adult plants.  The plants that they specifically mentioned were
>engligh ivy (Hedera helix?) and eucalyptus.  I vaguely remember that the


Yes, these are classic examples.  Many eucalyptus species have strikingly
different juvenile and mature leaves (and phyllotaxy is often different
too).  Another author I should have mentioned is Wes Hacket, who works on
English ivy!

Dave Harry



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