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  • Floral diversity, Chart

    Floral Diversity. The ovary, sepal, pistil, stamen and petal are identified on two examples of a complete flower, a Geranium and a Lily flower.  Labelled male and female Holly flowers represent an imperfect flower. There are more than 250,000...

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  • Histology of the leaf, Chart

    Leaf Histology. The two plant types, monocots and dicots are represented by cross sections from a corn leaf (440x) and a lilac leaf (430x). The corn leaf image clearly identifies the phloem, xylem, stoma, guard cell, epidermis, veins, mesophyll and air...

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  • Histology of the root, Chart

    Root Histology. Photographs of a cross section of corn and buttercup root (40x and 32x) showing the recognizable differences in the vascular cylinder of Monocots and Dicots.  A more detailed close up of the epidermis for each example is also...

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  • Histology of the stem, Chart

    Stem Histology. Photographs of a cross section of corn and sunflower stem (40x and 44x magnification) showing the differences in the cell structure of Monocots and Dicots. The vascular bundles for each are clearly shown with labels for the epidermis,...

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