SHEILA TERRY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY SHEILA TERRY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Arum lily. Historical artwork of a poisonous arum lily, or Lords and Ladies (Arum maculatum). Three parts of the plant, a leaf (left), a cluster of berries (right) and a flower (centre) are shown. Most of the energy-providing photosynthesis occurs in a plant's leaves. The flower is pollinated to produce the seed-containing reproductive berries. From The Instructive Picture Book or Lessons from the Vegetable World, Charlotte Mary Yonge, 1857.
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