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Clifford said, describing the businessman’s fasciation with a special about a shipwreck.
Her connection with Kerrigan remains another topic of continued fasciation, and in various interviews Harding has sounded alternately apologetic, friendly and dismissive about her former competitor.
This is a plant often distorted by fasciation, stalks flattening and growing broader than normal, or leaf shapes being distorted.
Fasciation may be caused by mutation, virus, bacterial infection by bacterium known as Rhodococcus fascians, or injury to the meristem or growing part of the plant by insect, animal or human.
Plants especially susceptible to fasciation include ferns, willow trees, delphiniums, foxgloves, forsythia, euphorbias, lilies, primulas and verbascums such as the mullein.
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