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Pinus, ovule l.s. showing megaspore mother cell *
Pinus, ovule l.s. showing meiosis of megaspore mother cell, 2 to 4 haploid daughter cells *
Pinus, ovule l.s. showing growing female gametophyte at the free nuclear stage
Pinus, young archegonium before separation of egg nucleus and ventral canal nucleus l.s. *
Pinus, ovule l.s. showing archegonia, the standard slide for general study
Pinus, archegonium median l.s. with egg nucleus and neck cells *
Pinus, archegonium l.s. with zygote cell in division. As available *
Pinus, archegonium l.s. showing free proembryonic nuclei in the center of the archegonium *
Pinus, archegonium l.s. with early stage of proembryo
Pinus, young proembryo median l.s. showing four-cell stage *
Pinus, young proembryo median l.s. showing eight-cell or sixteen cell stage.
Pinus, archegonium l.s. with later stage of proembryo
Pinus, young embryo l.s.
Pinus, mature embryo with endosperm l.s.
Pinus, mature embryo with endosperm, near median l.s.
Pinus, mature embryo with endosperm t.s.
Pinus, germinating seed l.s.
Pinus, older stem, t.s. and l.s. on one slide showing annual rings, resin ducts, bark
Pinus, wood cells macerated and w.m.
Pinus, leaf bud t.s.
Pinus, composite slide of three kinds: stem t.s., leaves t.s. and young ovulate cone on one slide
Abies, fir, leaves t.s.
Abies, shoot apex, l.s.
Abies, three sections of wood, t.s., r.l.s., t.l.s.