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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 194 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 194
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Subjects for Students - Rhamnus crocea and its forms, variation in its flowers; study of seedlings and comparison with those of R. Californica. - Variation in the cotyledons of Eschscholzia. - The value of color in the twigs and branchlets of Ceanothus spp. - Native plants with milky juice. - Native plants developing the flowers and leaves at different periods. - Origins and character of the warty stipules of Ceanothus, sect. Cerastes. - Sterile shoots of Ceanothus sp.; shoots and seedlings. - What is the hardiest sp. in the Berkeley region; the most variable; the most common? - Leaves of native sp. their texture, surface position when alive etc :::::::::  Subject for "sunset"  Point Reyes Country; white cliffs which caused Sir Francis Drake to call the country New Albion. Cf. Beechey, Narrative, i, p.343
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