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SECTION 8HERBACEOUS DICOTYLEDONS
Leaves linear or pinnately lobed Haloragaceae p
Flowers in terminal corymbiform clusters or panicles stamens 3 Valerianaceae p
3-nerved achene acuminate acute annual anthers anthesis appressed ascending axillary axils basal lvs base beak beneath blades bracts branched brown Carex carpels cauline lvs cespitose circumboreal cm wide coastal plain conspicuously Culms cymes densely elliptic elongate erect escaped from cult filaments glabrous glandular glume hairs hairy hypanthium infl keel lance-ovate lanceolate lateral lemma lf-blades lfls linear lobes lower margins maturity Michx Minn minutely Moist narrow narrowly Native of Europe nearly nerves oblanceolate oblong obovate obovoid obtuse ovary ovoid ovules panicle pedicels peduncles perennial herbs perianth perigynia petioles pinnately pistillate pistillate scales pistillate spikes plants pubescent racemes rachis rhizomes rounded second glume seeds segments serrate sessile sheaths short shorter shrubs slender soil solitary sparsely spikelets spreading stamens stems sterile stigma stipe stipules stout style subglobose subtended summit tepals terminal thick upper usually veins villous woods yellow