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Galls on stem of grape. The location of a parasite is often marked by swellings of peculiar and fantastic or beautiful forms (galls) that grow on leaves and stems.


John Merle Coulter, C.R. Barnes and H.C. Cowles, A Textbook of Botany for Colleges and Universities (New York:American Book Company, 1910) 384


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