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Drooping, of ovules, attached at the top of the ovary and hanging downwards from an apical placenta.

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The Fiber Disease

... attached to the substrate by root-like rhizines or by a central stalk-like umbilicus. Fruticose lichens have an intricately branched upright or pendulous thallus. Crustose lichens are low-growing, with the entire thallus firmly attached to the rock or other substrate. The thallus of crustose ...

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