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Taxus baccata, root t.s.
Taxus baccata, leaves t.s.
Pinus, pine, young root from seedling t.s.
Pinus, older woody root t.s.
Pinus, stem apex shows meristematic tissue and leaf origin l.s.
Pinus, young sprout with needles, t.s.
Pinus, one year stem t.s.
Pinus, older stem with annual rings, resin ducts t.s.
Pinus, one and two year stem, t.s.
Pinus, three sections of wood: cross, radial and tangential sections
Pinus, wood, tangential sec. stained for tracheids with pits
Pinus, leaves (needles), t.s. for general study of gymnosperm leaves
Pinus monophylla, single-leaf pine, leaves t.s.
Pinus nigra, Austrian pine, the two-needle type, leaves t.s.
Pinus australis, long-leaf pine, the three-needle type, leaves t.s.
Pinus strobus, white pine, the five-needle type, leaves t.s.
Pinus, male cone with pollen t.s. (staminate cone)
Pinus, male cone with pollen l.s.
Pinus, young male cone with developing pollen l.s.
Pinus, l.s. and t.s. of male (staminate) cone on one slide
Pinus, mature pollen grains w.m.
Pinus, germinating pollen grains with pollen tubes w.m.
Pinus, young female (ovulate) cone, entire l.s. for general study
Pinus, young female cone at time of pollination, l.s. with pollen grains and micropyle