Hibiscus flower reproductive organs

Hibiscus flower reproductive organs

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Caption: Hibiscus flower (Hibiscus sp.) reproductive organs. Pollen grains (yellow) are being discharged from the male anthers. Each anther is attached to the staminal column by a pink filament. At the top of the column are the reddish pink stigmas, the female reproductive organs.

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