. Botany for agricultural students . Botany. JL B Fig. 44. — Surface view of an ovule at two stages of development. A, stage of development showing the integuments (a, 6) growing up over the nucellus (n). B, older stage in which the integuments have closed over the nucellus, leaving only a small opening, the micropyle (m). s, the funiculus. Much enlarged.. Fig. 45. — Section through the ovule of Red Clover show- ing the embryo sac. em, em- bryo sac with the egg (e) and the primary endosperm nucleus (en) indicated; i, integuments; TO, micropyle. Many times enlarged. come seed. How much could th

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. Botany for agricultural students . Botany. JL B Fig. 44. — Surface view of an ovule at two stages of development. A, stage of development showing the integuments (a, 6) growing up over the nucellus (n). B, older stage in which the integuments have closed over the nucellus, leaving only a small opening, the micropyle (m). s, the funiculus. Much enlarged.. Fig. 45. — Section through the ovule of Red Clover show- ing the embryo sac. em, em- bryo sac with the egg (e) and the primary endosperm nucleus (en) indicated; i, integuments; TO, micropyle. Many times enlarged. come seed. How much could th

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