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  1. Medical Jobs on January 21, 2011 @ 1:31 am

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  2. Most carob trees are dioecious . The trees blossom in autumn (September–October). The flowers are small and numerous, spirally arranged along the inflorescence axis in catkin -like racemes borne on spurs from old wood and even on the trunk ( cauliflory ); they are pollinated by both wind and insects. Male flowers produce a characteristic odour, resembling semen.

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