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A Flora of North America: Containing Abridged Descriptions of All the Known ... - Page 224
by John Torrey, Asa Gray - 1838
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The flowering plants of Tunbridge Wells and neighbourhood

Richard Deakin - Botany - 1871 - 371 pages
...Stamens indefinite, their filaments united into a tube. Anthers single-celled, bursting transversely. Ovary formed by the union of several carpels round a common axis. Fruit mostly cap10 TUN BRIDGE WELLS AND NEIOHBOTmHOOD. sular, the carpels being either one or many...
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The treasury of botany, ed. by J. Lindley and T. Moore, assisted by ..., Part 2

John Lindley - 1874
...monothecal, rcn I form, with transverse dehlscence ; ovary formed by the union of several carpels ruiinn a common axis, either distinct or cohering ; styles as many AS the cancels, united or free. Fruit capsular or baccate; carpels one or m an y -seeded, sometimes closely...
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Manual of British Botany, Containing the Flowering Plants and Ferns

Charles Cardale Babington - Botany - 1874 - 473 pages
...Stam. many, connected at the base into a tube ; mill i. l-celled, reniform, bursting transversely. Ovary formed by the union of several carpels round a common axis. Carp. l- or many-seeded. Embryo curved with twisted MALvA. 63 or doubled cotyledons, albumen variable...
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The student's pocket companion [&c.].

George Barber (chemist.) - 1880
...Stamens many, connected at the base into a short tube. Anthers 1 celled, reniform, bursting transversely. Ovary formed by the union of several carpels round a common axis. Carpels 1, or many seeded. Flowers, axillary. (BABINGTON.) t* The valvate calyx and columnar ttament...
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Key and Flora: Some of the Common Flowers of Oregon

Albert Raddin Sweetser, Mary E. Kent - Flowers - 1908 - 149 pages
...numerous, monadelphous ; anthers reniform, 1 -celled; ovary formed of several (3-10) carpels around a common axis, either distinct or cohering ; styles as many as the carpels, united, at least at the base; fruit a capsule. Style branches filiform. Bractlets 3 ; stamens monadelphous....
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