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Unformatted text preview: Members of this phylum planted on campus include pines, junipers cypresses, and podocarps (a common hedge). Cycadophyta: Plants in this phylum are also typically evergreen. The leaves are pinnately compound and look similar in structure to what you would typically associate with a fern leaf, palm leaf, or a birds feather. The commonly planted cycad has deep green leaves. Ginkgophyta: There is a single species in this phylum. This species has fan-shaped leaves but is not an angiosperm. There are two specimens on campus, one is in the neighborhood of Longmire (#72 on map) and one is near Landis Hall (#74). Be sure to write your name in the upper left corner of the hard copy in the form [Last Name], [First Name]....
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Levepche during the Spring '11 term at Florida State College.
- Spring '11