. The natural history of plants. Botany. 374 NATURAL HISTORY OF PLANTS. fhree of the sepals.' The filaments are free, inserted at the base in a large hypogynous disk relatively to which they are more or less interior or exterior, and the anthers are bilocular, introrse, dehiscent by two longitudinal clefts.^ The gynseceum, rudimentary in the male flower, is formed by a free bilocular ovary compressed perpendicu- larly to the dividing partition of the two cells, surmounted by a Acer coedneum.. Fig. 421. Male inflorescence.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images th

. The natural history of plants. Botany. 374 NATURAL HISTORY OF PLANTS. fhree of the sepals.' The filaments are free, inserted at the base in a large hypogynous disk relatively to which they are more or less interior or exterior, and the anthers are bilocular, introrse, dehiscent by two longitudinal clefts.^ The gynseceum, rudimentary in the male flower, is formed by a free bilocular ovary compressed perpendicu- larly to the dividing partition of the two cells, surmounted by a Acer coedneum.. Fig. 421. Male inflorescence.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images th Stock Photo
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. The natural history of plants. Botany. 374 NATURAL HISTORY OF PLANTS. fhree of the sepals.' The filaments are free, inserted at the base in a large hypogynous disk relatively to which they are more or less interior or exterior, and the anthers are bilocular, introrse, dehiscent by two longitudinal clefts.^ The gynseceum, rudimentary in the male flower, is formed by a free bilocular ovary compressed perpendicu- larly to the dividing partition of the two cells, surmounted by a Acer coedneum.. Fig. 421. Male inflorescence.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Baillon, Henri Ernest, 1827-1895; Hartog, Marcus Manuel, 1851-. London, L. Reeve & Co.

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