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Have you ever gone out into your yard and been surprised by a particular plant or tree that seems to have sprung up out of nowhere? It certainly wasn’t planted by you, so how did it get there? There is more than one possible way it may have happened – a seed could have been dropped or excreted by a bird flying overhead, but the seed also may have come directly from a parent plant, even if that plant was miles away. Blow on a dandelion puff and watch how far the seeds float, especially on a windy day, and it’s easy to see how dandelions end up absolutely everywhere. The dandelion is far from the only plant that sends out flying seeds to be spread on the wind, however. This is the focus of a paper entitled “keygen sibelius 7 mac

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