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Ratany, rat′a-ni, n. a perennial procumbent shrub, yielding the medicinal ratany root.
On the steep bluffs along the river was often a heavy growth of red cedar; and some large areas of procumbent juniper occurred.
It is a smooth plant, with procumbent, branching stems varying from six inches to two feet in length.
FIELD AND WOODLAND PLANTSWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
It is a profusely-branched, evergreen shrub, either erect or procumbent, and usually from one to five feet high.
FIELD AND WOODLAND PLANTSWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
Its stem and branches are round or scarcely angular, and usually procumbent and crooked.
FIELD AND WOODLAND PLANTSWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
Of these characters length of internode was carried by the Bush, and the procumbent habit by the original Cupid parent.
MENDELISMREGINALD CRUNDALL PUNNETT
The bringing of them together by the cross resulted in a procumbent plant with long internodes.
MENDELISMREGINALD CRUNDALL PUNNETT
Name from , a creeping thing, the species being chiefly procumbent.
Most of these have either matted procumbent stems, or such as, including the flower, rarely rise more than an inch in height.
We also collected the linum rigidum, and a semi-procumbent species of sida, which appears to be undescribed.

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