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  • This has the advantage that it is not necessary to kill the source palm (or “ortet”), but it is possible to start with any piece of tissue capable of growth, such as roots, young leaf base or even flower buds.

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  • V. 44« Igttur fi in hoc faecU 'tantus eft filiorum Dei profeftus, quid ortet credi poft haec in futuro, dum fimi* sei, quigenuit, erimus?

    Analysis operum S.S. patrum et scriptorum ecclesiasticorum

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  • Ortet refers to the original individual for a genotype (used as genetic entity) or clone, while further copies are termed ramets

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  • "The designations ortet and ramet were coined in 1929 by my esteemed friend and professor, the late Dr. AB Stout..." Proceedings, Annual meeting of the New Jersey Federation of Shade Tree Commissions, 1966, p. 39.

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