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genets

In Early English style architecture, cusps in the arch of a doorway.
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Stagnant to declining genet growth and counts of flowers/ramet, plus a higher CV in ramet counts among larger genets across years, indicate resources are becoming limited.
Larger genets despite producing more flowers, did so in decreasing proportion to size.
Seed yield, which is small relative to flowers produced, may provide enough dispersal capability, plus the genetic variation needed to tolerate the unpredictable aspects of the tall-grass environment for even the larger genets constrained in expansion by resource limitation.
Integration of neighborhood effects by clonal genets in Solidago canadensis.
Grand mean ([+ or -] 95% confidence limits) co-efficients of variation (CV) for ramet counts from small and large genets measured across the years, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, and 2013.
predation of a ramet does not eliminate the genet and joined ramets may share resources.
White observes, "Just as Vladimir Nabokov distrusted biographers, whom he labelled 'psychoplagiarists,' in the same way Genet liked to throw the curious off his track, leaving himself free to modify his life in artful, gratuitous ways.
Schidor, the film's producer, had asked Genet to provide a narration, "to speak his own text.