Tulip's reproductive structures

Tulip's reproductive structures

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Caption: Tulip. Close-up of the reproductive structures of a tulip (Tulipa sp.). In the centre is the female reproductive structure, the pistil. Surrounding it are the male stamens. A stamen consists of the anther (yellow), which contains the pollen, and the supporting filaments.

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