Potentilla flower pistils, SEM

Potentilla flower pistils, SEM

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Caption: Potentilla flower pistils. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Potentilla sp. flower pistils. A pistil is the female reproductive structure, composed of one or more carpels. Each carpel possesses a stigma, style and an ovary. The ovules in the ovary are fertilised by the male sex cells. Each carpel may then ripen to produce a seed-bearing fruit; potentillas produce a dry, closed nut-like fruit. Potentillas are herbs and shrubs, found mainly in the northern hemisphere. Magnification: x21 at 6x7cm size.

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