The list which is appended is intended to show those plants in which fasciation has been most frequently observed.
Cohesion of the leaves frequently accompanies the union of the branches and fasciation as might have been anticipated.
In some species of Artabotrys, indeed, fasciation and curvation of the inflorescence are common.
Adhesion of the inflorescence is necessarily a frequent accompaniment of fasciation and cohesion of the branches.
Frequently also this condition is associated with fasciation, or, at least, with a distended or dilated state.
In all, with the exception of the first-named, the fasciation occurred in the inflorescence.