Col X-ray of tulip flowers, Tulipa sp.

Col X-ray of tulip flowers, Tulipa sp.

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This image is part of the feature X-Ray Centenary
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Credit: DAVE ROBERTS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Tulip. Coloured X-ray of tulip flowers, Tulipa sp. Four flower heads are seen, still in bud, with the female reproductive stigma and style at the centre of each flower. The flowers are borne on long stalks; some leaves are visible. The genus Tulipa contains over 100 species and almost countless varieties. Tulips originated in Turkey, being brought to the rest of Europe in the 16th century. Cultivation of tulips is now an important part of the economy of Holland and parts of the UK.

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Keywords: botany, flower, flowering, flowers, nature, plant, plants, tulip, tulip x-ray, tulipa sp., type, x-ray, xray

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