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The mere fact that topography can be described upon a regional or systematic basis necessarily entails functional considerations, for while the former is of interest in medicine, systematic anatomy is based upon recognition of function.
At the symposium on the systematic anatomy of wood, Bill was an invited speaker, presenting a paper on "The Current Status of Comparative Wood Anatomy," published the next year in the Boletin de la Sociedad Botanica de Mexico.

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