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Iris, t.s. of ovary showing later stage of embryo and endosperm
Fritillaria, fritillary, ovary with embryosac t.s.
Hyacinthus, ovary t.s.
Epipactis, orchid, ovary with ovules t.s.
Ovary, t.s. showing orthotropic attachment of ovules
Ovary, t.s. showing anatropic attachment of ovules
Ovary, t.s. showing kampylotropic attachment of ovules
Ovary types, composite slide with four t.s. through various typical types of ovaries
Helleborus, l.s. of atrope ovary
Hyoscyamus, t.s. of young ovary
Hyoscyamus, t.s. of older ovary
Impatiens, t.s. of ovary
Lathraea, toothwort, ovary of a parasitic plant t.s.
Lathraea, t.s. of young ovary
Lathraea, t.s. of elder ovary
Monotropa, Indian pipe, ovary t.s. with developing embryosacs
Rosa, rose, ovary t.s.
Solanum, potato, t.s. of ovary with formation of embryos
Capsella bursa pastoris, shepherds purse, l.s. of ovule with embryos in situ for general study
Capsella, l.s. of embryo in precotyledon stage
Capsella, l.s. of embryo in early cotyledon stage
Capsella, l.s. of embryo in later cotyledon stage
Capsella, l.s. of embryo with curving cotyledons (mature)
Monocot and dicot flower buds t.s. on same slide for comparison