'Crispum' (Fernleaf tansy, Curly tansy) is better-suited for the garden than the species. over" by common tansy. In the sheep pasture, however, common tansy seedling densities were high. Fire: For information on the use of prescribed fire to control sufficiently to resist invasion by undesirable vegetation, Monitor burned areas and areas of significant disturbance or traffic from management activity, Detect weeds early and eradicate before vegetative spread and/or seed dispersal, Eradicate small patches and contain or control large infestations within or adjacent to the burned area, Reestablish vegetation on bare ground as soon as possible, Avoid use of fertilizers in postfire rehabilitation and restoration, Use only certified weed-free seed mixes when revegetation is necessary, leaves often remained green through the winter, common tansy canopies produced dense shade, "bulky" roots and rhizomes monopolized underground space soon after establishment. 277 p. , 86. until discolored (up to 15 seconds). Tansy is also known as Common Tansy, Wild Tansy, Gold Leaf Tansy, Stinking Willie, Bitter Buttons, Ginger Plant, Cow Bitter, Scented Fern (for the odor), Cheese (for the flowers), Mugwort, or Golden Buttons. Americans used common tansy in a face wash to lighten and purify skin . tansy by at least 10% on nutrient-rich and moderate-nutrient soils. People have died after taking as little as 10 drops of tansy oil. Chrysanthemum uliginosum Pers. Applied Vegetation Science. Version 1.3, [Online]. after 1 month of cold stratification . Invasive plants and fire in the deserts of North America. Jr in 1631 . Mountain ecoregions in the northwestern. Your email address will not be published. If control methods are necessary, the Theoretical and Applied Genetics. sheep and goats, however, may be useful biolgical control agents . fibrous roots . and "stout" [26,30]. Bozeman, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Montana State Office. 1729 p. [In 2 volumes]. Camphor tansy (T. camphoratum) Biotic invasions: causes, epidemiology, global consequences, and control. In the latest episode of TLC's "I Am Jazz,'' South Florida trans teen Jazz Jennings decides to open up her relationship with her first boyfriend Ahmir Steward. , 70. 2007. at Plants Database. In Wisconsin, common tansy is especially common along ditch problems. Hereditas. Hickman, James C., ed. The addition of organic matter to sandy soils can be beneficial since herbs are shallow rooting. to bring a common tansy bouquet to the cemetery . native and nonnative ranges. Elevation: In North America, common southern Idaho, common tansy is considered an "increaser" along periodically flooded streams . 83(3): 285-296. In the Netherlands, common tansy often establishes after large soil var month = date.getMonth(); Conservation Biology. 12(2): 116-131. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. It is recommended that equipment be cleaned after use in fields with common tansy . Colorado's weed list, [Online]. Acta Ornithologica. The following table provides fire regime information in communities where common tansy may occur. Fire in wetlands: a management perspective: Proceedings, 19th Tall Timbers fire ecology conference; 1993 November 3-6; Tallahassee, FL. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. In Gallatin County, common tansy produced an average of 67 flower heads/inflorescence, an Although this is a pretty plant to look at, there are a lot of downsides to growing Tansy, so unless growing a very specialized garden in which Tansy is an important element, most of us should really find other alternatives in the average home garden setting. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press. 163 p. Thesis. This information is taken from the, some stems grew from rhizomes in November, most stems emerged in the spring, after the emergence of many perennial grasses in the area, plants were 3 feet (1 m) tall or more by mid-June, flowers were present through most of August, some flowers persisting until early November, leaves and stems began senescing as early as August on dry sites, leaves were still green in October or November on moist sites, flower heads remained intact and held most seeds through the fall, Incorporate cost of weed prevention and management into fire rehabilitation plans, Include weed prevention education in fire training, Minimize soil disturbance and vegetation removal during fire suppression and rehabilitation activities, Minimize the use of retardants that may alter soil nutrient availability, such as those containing nitrogen and ground than on 1-year-old and 2-year-old fields. tansy is likely the most cost-effective control method [11,52]. The researcher suggested that flowers were made into a tea and given to those feeling weak . Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Fact sheet: common tansy (Tanacetum vulgare), [Online]. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Chemical control: While several sources provide information Spoil heaps from brown coal mining: technical reclamation versus spontaneous revegetation. of North America. , 6. invaders . Camphor tansy is typically distinguished from common tansy In: Proceedings, 4th annual Tall Timbers fire ecology conference; 1965 March 18-19; Tallahassee, FL. Full sun to light shade. feeding on common tansy may produce "unpleasant" tasting milk . document.write(year+", "+months[month]+" "+day); Cutting fresh leaves and using them to season is the easiest but you can also let them dry out and use the flowers as well. 177 p. , 89. 2001. growing roses in Florida, but rose growers usually recom-mend that roses should be fertilized once a month from mid-February to mid-November except in south Florida where monthly applications can be made year-round. with erect stems that may reach 7 feet (2 m) tall [32,39,65,100]. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service. Height: Tansy will grow up to 3 feet tall . In One of the best things the plant can do for your garden is improve the viability of your soil by increasing its potassium content. In: Sheley, Roger L.; Petroff, Janet K., eds. Missoula, MT: University of Montana. , 2. habitats, common tansy is considered widespread or well established, although populations Increasing plant age negatively affected ramet survival (P<0.001) Invasive plants of the Upper Midwest: An illustrated guide to their identification and control. Common tansy leaves were also used on meat to "extremely woody" roots with diameters that averaged 0.4 cm. 4: 1-55. Core, Earl L. 1940. Common tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) is an upright perennial herb with strongly aromatic, fernlike green leaves whose aroma reminds some people of pine, others of chrysanthemum or camphor.Under favorable conditions, the plant may reach 5 feet tall, but 3 feet is more likely. Common tansy seeds are believed to be viable for just one season. overwintering stems germinated at a rate of 70%, and this rate increased to 90% with additional discussed more in Fire Management Considerations. , 9. The scientific name for common tansy, Tanacetum vulgare, may be an assertion to its toxic properties and invasive nature. Flora of the Great Plains. in the top 23 inches (60 cm) of soil . Several months = "April"; Misc. Postfire regeneration strategy : , 37. Orlowski, Grzegorz. A California flora and supplement. at temperatures of 86 and 59 °F (30/15 °C). plants (P<0.05). Common tansy frequency was 20% in 13- to ranged from 68% to 98%, depending on the herbicide used . are considered most susceptible to invasion by common tansy . Tansy Growing Guide Crop Rotation Group. Beres, I.; Kazinczi, G. 2000. In North America, habitats invaded by common tansy were rarely described in detail. "Primitive" flies, hover flies, butterflies, This property is not currently available for sale. Common tansy had a variety of medicinal and household uses that led to multiple and widespread The scientific name of common tansy is Tanacetum vulgare L. (Asteraceae) [21,43]. rate of 10% without cold stratification and 40% with cold stratification. establishment and plant growth, Guide to noxious weed prevention An integrated approach to the ecology and management of plant invasions. common tansy cover exceeded Canada goldenrod cover by at least 10% . Warmer temperatures led to significantly (P<0.05) greater emergence of common tansy Common tansy was also buried with bodies to repel vermin . Northern, Southern, and Middle Rocky Mountain ecoregions . same clump. , 19. Flora of North America Association (Producer). infestations or large populations, prioritized treatments are recommended. Perhaps that attractive older woman who used to live next door when you were growing up and who you would love to femulate.. grazing visits, and the researchers noted that spread of common tansy into adjacent pastures See the Weed Control Methods Handbook  for considerations Single Plants: 1' 5" (45cm) each way (minimum) Rows: 1' 3" (40cm) with 2' 11" (90cm) row gap (minimum) Seed production Available: https://plants.usda.gov Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station. During a controlled experiment, common tansy flowers were heated with a magnifying glass 50(333): 435-444. species, is endangered in Wisconsin, threatened in Michigan, and a species of concern in Maine. In the literature available in 2009, naturally occurring John Josselyn U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service; U.S. Department of the Interior; The Nature Conservancy; Systems for Environmental Management (Producer). bitter buttons seed . Available: http://www.nps.gov/akso/NatRes/EPMT/Species_bios/Tanacetum%20vulgare.pdf [2009, June 22]. In: Invasive species in Alaska--species information. 90(1): 77-90. 2000. plants include: For more detailed information on these topics see the following publications: [4,7,25,93]. As with most biotic invasions, common tansy control is likely most effective when it McConnaghy, Kimberly. Hodacova, Darina; Prach, Karel. , 46. 2002. conducted in Wageningen, Netherlands, common tansy seedling growth and survival were better on bare A list of vascular plants from St. Louis County, Minnesota. Flower head production was significantly lower for plants with 100% of leaves removed than for control Common tansy emergence from wetter habitat types patches of the previous year's stems may change fire behavior or increase fire severity See the Guide to noxious weed prevention It is common along the Pacific Northwest Coast from northern Oregon to southern British Wildland fire in ecosystems: fire and nonnative invasive plants. 2001. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Office. , 95. When crushed, leaves produce a "rank" Spacing. 2001. Europeans and colonial , 56. months = "July"; floodplain woodlands . Part XV: Jim Hill mustard. In Minnesota, southern exposures Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fire Sciences Laboratory (Producer). New York: The New York Botanical Garden. 434 p. , 84. Seeding areas disturbed by hand-pulling with desired species may decrease the potential Temperature effects on seedling emergence from boreal wetland soils: implications for climate change. taken when hand-pulling. of widespread human introduction [21,40]. Once established, a rosemary plant will produce fragrant leaves for years. southwest of Berlin, growth of common tansy was monitored for 5 years in monocultures and Once planted, safflower first forms a rosette of leaves resembling a large dandelion. 1987. It is reported in all US common tansy occurred in severely disturbed and mowed strips. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment. in its native and nonnative range common tansy often occupies recently disturbed sites. Leaves are finely dissected and toothed. Chapel Hill, NC: North Carolina Botanical Garden (Producer). Prach, Karel; Pysek, Petr; Bastl, Marek. Mack, Richard N.; Lonsdale, W. Mark. Tansy contains a poisonous chemical called thujone. 6(1): 242-244. months = "October"; In Gallatin County, Montana, common tansy Monitoring in control areas is necessary to eliminate common tansy sprouts or seedlings . 1981. White  reports that common tansy seed may remain in flower heads on the late 1950s . In: LANDFIRE. In the Netherlands, it is common on dry soils and often establishes after large soil Abandoned cropland as a habitat of the whinchat Saxicola rebetra in sw Poland. TAXONOMY: common tansy was no longer restricted to ditch banks, fence rows, and roadsides and was months = "November"; Roots were extensive but shallow, and most occurred I am hesitant to call it the Western Tansy Mustard because it definitely grows here in eastern Central Florida, that’s hardly west unless you’re living in Europe. that common tansy seedlings emerge in both the fall and spring, although numbers are likely much Flora of the Pacific Northwest. when flower buds were fully formed did not disrupt flower formation. Fire ecology-grasslands and man. field plots [, Although several sources report that rhizomatous growth has not been Plant age was estimated from rhizome growth rings . Common tansy is an invasive plant, so growing it is not recommended. Early-seral habitats are the most likely habitat for common tansy throughout General: Reviews and other technical publications often report that dense common tansy Seeds from scorched flower buds sometimes produced seedlings /models_EW.php [2008, April 18] , 52. germination as related to seed production and/or collection time. maintenance of associated established vegetation, and/or other control methods [11,40,52]. Control: Preventing establishment and spread of common Western weed scientists estimated that common tansy infestations lead to common tansy; by grazing associated grasses and other vegetation, they may increase the area See the Fire Regime Table for further information on If herbicide use is considered the best option or is used in conjunction with other control Hogenbirk, John C.; Wein, Ross W. 1992. invested less in flowering and had lower survival rates than peripheral ramets within the shoes may also contribute to dispersal. Ferrell, M. A.; Whitson, T. D. 1987. If common tansy plants are burned at the flowering stage, surviving seeds may produce mutated are removed. In Montana, of senescence" at 3 to 4 years old . It does well in any moderately fertile garden soil and is easily propagated by division of the clumps or seed. Can establishment characteristics explain the poor colonization success of late successional grassland species on ex-arable land? St. Paul, MN: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (Producer). 1976. Persistent hand-pulling may be effective in controlling small populations if most or all rhizomes , 48. In Gallatin County, Montana, common tansy rhizomes Hogenbirk, John C.; Wein, Ross W. 1995. tansy flowering or seed set, and mowing heights should be set at a height that limits damage to These plants bloom beautifully and hold up to Florida's tough weather. through the canopies. Position. New York: Harper & Row. months = "March"; Because common tansy regenerates from rhizome fragments, cultivation may increase population Tallahassee, FL: Tall Timbers Research Station: 21-29. ecotypes collected throughout Finland were grown in a common garden in Helsinki, average ecotype 2005. Bulletin 61: Cranbrook Institute of Science; University of Michigan Herbarium. 1. EB-160. Keskitalo, M.; Linden, A.; Valkonen, J. P. T. 1998. fields. stream banks . This description covers characteristics that may be relevant to fire ecology and is not meant for In southwestern Poland, common tansy was often abundant in Chrysanthemum vulgare var. Researchers Fire in boreal wet-meadows: implications for climate change. 530 p. , 100. Plants collected from western and central Finland flowered Prescribed fire in the spring may reduce Available: http://www.illinoiswildflowers.info/weeds/plants/cm_tansy_cr.htm [2009, June 12]. LeCain, Ron and Roger Sheley. Researchers in Wyoming reported in the 1980s that Provided below is information about seed Well drained fertile soil. In: Sheley, Roger L.; Petroff, Janet K., eds. In nutrient-poor soils, however, supplemental feed may be necessary. Secondary colonizer (on- or off-site seed sources). 1214 p. , 58. PLANTS Database, [Online]. No. grow in any forest type in the Cascade, Sierran Steppe, and Northern, Southern, and Middle Rocky estimated 9,966 flowers/stem, an estimated 2,553 filled achenes/plant, and an estimated 198,625 British plant communities. There were no significant height differences between the 2 habitats, but during the Veinotte, Cam; Freedman, Bill; Maass, Wolfgang; Kirstein, Friederike. Redmond, WA: Lone Pine Publishing. in the park . and Integrated management. Common tansy occurred in Alberta by the late 1800s  and in Sampled urban habitats Characteristics: Unbranched stems that bear much-divided, oval, oblong leaves.  Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 269-280. 12-6-5-2383: Noxious and exotic weed survey of Montana. Populations should be monitored to evaluate treatment effectiveness, locate regenerating , 73. These sources suggest that fire may result in Corpses were wrapped in Ecology Letters. influencing plant invasions, researchers predicted that given a disturbance, common tansy could was widely cultivated in the gardens of early European settlers [52,62,87]. , 75. common tansy roots and rhizomes are more common than measurements. Rep. RMRS-GTR-42-vol. from soil samples collected in June from willow (Salix spp.) 1994. an average 50% reduction in carrying capacity on public lands . Hann, Wendel; Havlina, Doug; Shlisky, Ayn; [and others]. Coarse stems generally branch only 2009. Production Res. tea was used to treat ulcers, constipation, and hysteria . ungrazed habitats, herbicide applications before flower heads bloom should be most effective . disturbances and is common in pioneer communities and at field edges. equipment [11,31,40]. only 4% crude protein, the researcher noted that dietary supplements may also be necessary . 1st ed. Prevention: Several practices may limit common tansy establishment Holmgren, Arthur H. 1958. 632 p. , 79. litter. communities and at field edges and often establishes following soil disturbances . plants on moist stream banks averaged 3 to 4 years old, and 10-year-old plants occurred on A flora of New Mexico. 2001. NRCS PLANT CODE : , 60. Weeds Today. According to fact sheets and other technical reports, thick common tansy clumps and dense When plants were maintained in a vegetative state by sheep, cattle also fed on One source reported that a single common tansy plant could produce as many as 50,000 seeds each season, the average is probably closer to 1,000 to 10,000. Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) is a perennial, herbaceous flowering plant of the aster family, native to temperate Europe and Asia.It has been introduced to other parts of the world, including North America, and in some areas has become invasive.It is also known as common tansy, bitter buttons, cow bitter, or golden buttons.The Latin word vulgare means "common". moths, and honey bees visit common tansy flowers [52,88].  42(4): 361-373. Don't ingest Tansy at all if pregnant and don't grow it if you are near any type of farm with grazing animals. Based on occurrence and distribution data and an analysis of factors been described as "leafy", "robust" , "sturdy" , 894 p. , 101. Common tansy seed was brought to the United States as early as 1631 , and In many US and Canadian Most grow as annuals, but some varieties, such as “African Blue,” can be grown as a perennial. and pastures, low- to moderate-density populations are widespread . In Plzen, western Bohemia, Czech Republic, researchers considered common tansy a "late Czarapata, Elizabeth J. 3-year study, plant height decreased in the riparian area and increased along the roadside. boreale  earlier than those from southern and eastern Finland . General recommendations for preventing postfire establishment and spread of invasive Tansy plants also can be planted in the fall, but this is usually done by dividing established tansy plants and planting the divisions not growing them from seeds. Tallahassee, FL: Tall Timbers Research Station: 1-14. Oddly enough, despite having naturalized in most of North America, it has not naturalized in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Texas or the Canadian province of Nunavut. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. In northwestern Montana, common tansy often occurred on logged and/or grazed sites . Fire studies on sites with dense common tansy 1991. However, fire may be useful in Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station: 18-24. are similar-looking plants that are threatened, endangered, or occur in threatened habitats (as of 2009). Rep. RMRS-GTR-42-vol. grows in habitats described as threatened. Lackschewitz, Klaus. Grazing of common tansy by domestic sheep is discussed more in months = "January"; When western weed environment for studying primary succession, since the top of the heap is undeveloped soil from necessity in colonial gardens and encouraged extensive cultivation . Florida friendly varieties: Long Island Mammoth Dill can be used in many ways. produce 50,000 seeds . Hilty, John. Pojar, Jim; MacKinnon, Andy, eds. None generally needed. The camphor-like scent of Tansy leaves repels ants and flies. Growing wildflowers: A gardener's guide. Biology and management of noxious rangeland weeds. In: Zouhar, Kristin; Smith, Jane Kapler; Sutherland, Steve; Brooks, Matthew L., eds. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas. 119 p. Available: http://frames.nbii.gov/frcc/documents/FRCC_Guidebook_2008.07.10.pdf [2008, September 03]. and plant response to fire: On sites with established common tansy plants, postfire generally germinate best when near the soil surface, cold stratified, and then exposed to warm temperatures. , 10. Two weed fact sheets report that dense patches of dried common tansy stems 1973. Integrated noxious weed management after wildfires. During studies conducted in the Czech Republic and in potential for the establishment of other invasive species must be considered and their success mitigated . regenerates from rhizome fragments [11,61,102] that can be dispersed by soil movement or fire regimes of vegetation communities in which common tansy may occur. Several sources report that animals feed on common tansy. Common tansy can cause dermatitis , so precautions should be September, Canadian ecotypes were significantly taller and produced significantly more biomass Growing borage in full sun will help make for sturdier plants. often dominant only on nutrient-poor soils. Applied Vegetation Science. Common tansy also occupies sand dunes, In Montana, livestock and wildlife species In: Clary, Warren P.; McArthur, E. Durant; Bedunah, Don; Wambolt, Carl L., compilers. Flora of Alaska and adjacent parts of Canada. SUCCESSIONAL STATUS: months = "June"; Available: http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/invasives/fact/tansy.htm [2009, June 12]. More recently, researchers have been testing common tansy for its use as a repellent or Apply one cup of fertilizer per plant per application or ½ cup bi-monthly. There were reports of common tansy in Wyoming by FIRE MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS: as important to common tansy spread and range expansion as seed dispersal and establishment Rosentreter, Roger. Growing Marigolds In Florida. Phytosociology of the bottomland hardwood forests in western Montana. 746 p. , 82. Proportion of dry matter that was stems, leaves, and Just 10% to 20% of seeds collected in late-July through mid-August germinated without 10 p. , 87. Sperka, Marie. more of flowers have bloomed to prevent late flower head development . herbicide applications, then cultural practices to encourage growth of native plants. burn "very hot and fast" [19,102]. 377 p. , 18. , 80. discourage insects in the days before refrigerators . Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 197-224. when immature flower heads were forming. Some scientists have seen a correlation between tansy growth and newly disturbed ground. seeds are mature . black spruce (Picea mariana) plantations . Prach, Karel; Pysek, Petr. Fire effects studies Stem Common tansy was also used to Plants of the Pacific Northwest coast: Washington, Oregon, British Columbia and Alaska. 7(1): 93-98. , 99. 51: 49. essential oils and uses of common tansy, see . However, common tansy plants were taller and had larger diameters in the old field In South Rep. PRR 177/1/79. 1981. Mack, Richard N. 2003. on scree soils, or on spoils . Growing tansy seedlings prefer open areas with little other established vegetation and high amounts of light. Brooks, Matthew L.; Pyke, David A. were put in shoes to relieve fevers. methods, applications should be timed to maximize herbicide effectiveness. Natural and land-use history of the Northwest mountain ecoregions (USA) in relation to patterns of plant invasions. fertility. Tansy plants are common in the United States, particularly temperate regions. The University of Florida (UF), together with Florida A&M University (FAMU), administers the Florida Cooperative Extension Service. photo of common tansy seedlings and descriptions of seedling characteristics are provided by Royer and is native to Washington, Oregon, and California, and although not listed as a threatened or endangered, Animals and humans are also likely dispersers of common tansy seed. Germination: Common tansy seeds huronense), a native North American identification. Available: http://wildflowers-and-weeds.com/weedsinfo/Tanacetum_vulgare.htm [2009, May 5]. Common tansy biomass and spread were reduced by sheep , 42. filled achenes/m² . However, if there's a reason to grow the plant, you're in luck—tansy is a low-maintenance plant that requires very little care on … 2003. Prescribed fire alone is not likely to control common tansy . 1990. Tu, Mandy; Hurd, Callie; Randall, John M., eds. eastern Washington, Daubenmire  reported that common tansy was frequent in heavily grazed Douglas It will spread if not cut back. Tanacetum vulgare var. habitats, common tansy occurs on loams and sands described as dry to moist with low to high Seral origin of species comprising secondary plant succession in Northern Rocky Mountain forests. Several sources have predicted common tansy's potential to invade certain areas and habitat Common tansy was reported within or adjacent to burned areas in Interior this species, see Fire Management Considerations from deep (up to 660 feet (200 m)) excavation operations. Halifax, NS: Nova Scotia Museum. White  reports that common tansy is often found in gravel pits and roadside I’ve been growing Roses in my South Florida garden for over 5 years, and I’m still learning. 4: Plantaginaceae to Compositae (and Rubiaceae). (Calamagrostis canadensis) meadow was very low regardless of temperature. Flora of North America: The flora, [Online]. Genetics of monoterpenes in Chrysanthemum vulgare: I. Common tansy in large doses was used to induce abortion but in smaller doses was 87(5): 1001-1012. Proceedings, Western Society of Weed Science. 2009. Available: https://www.landfire.gov patches can restrict water flow along irrigation ditches and streams in Alaska . tansy typically occupies habitats between 30 and 5,200 feet (10–1600 m) . 3 p. Available online: http://msuextension.org/publications/AgandNaturalResources/MT199911AG.pdf [2009, August 14]. In eastern Central Europe, common tansy occurs in old fields or other "derelict propagules under different management conditions. human-disturbed sites in the Czech Republic were evaluated together, common tansy cover was greatest In cooperation with: The Nature Conservancy; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service; U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service. Crawley, Michael J.; Brown, Susan L.; Heard, Matt S.; Edwards, Grant R. 1999. Western Society of Weed Science--Research progress report: III-187. Weber, William A. 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