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female cones

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Florida Coonties and Atala Butterflies
... young plants cannot be determined until the cones form on the plant. Thin male cones are 3 to 7 inches tall and produce pollen. Upright female cones are about 6 inches tall and are ... may improve seed set because male and female cones may not be receptive at the same time. Successful germination is accomplished by collecting the crumbled female cones. Seed Preparation. The orange-red fleshy covering ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants - Photo Gallery
... details of each plant can be seen by selecting the highlighted plant name Bowenia spectabilis Female cones Brachychiton acerifolius Illawarra flame tree Photo: Alfred Guhl Brachychiton bidwillii Little Kurrajong Photo: Kerry Rathie ...
farrer.riv.csu.edu.au

Fir, Pine or Spruce - Which Do I Have?
... cones I've been discussing are the female reproductive portions of the tree. The male cones are formed in the spring near the branch tips and are often mistaken for reddish buds. These cones are short-lived. Female cones ... . Most female cones are ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Effects of gibberellin A4 + 7 and bark-ringing on cone initiation in mature Picea sitchensis grafts
... June initiated female and male cones in the same year. This treatment increased the number of female cones per plant 12-fold above the controls, more than doubling the percentage of cones that were female. Complete bark-ringing (done in May of the previous year) showed an additive effect with GA on the number of female cones formed, but a ...
heronpublishing.com

Order Ephederales
... : http://online.anu.edu.au/Forestry/teaching/t6/bd.htm Left: Twigs with male cones. Right: Twigs with female cones Credit: http://www.rt66.com/hrbmoore/Images/ New/Ephedra_nevadensis-1.jpg Photos by ...
home.manhattan.edu

The Cycad Pages
... . Microsporangia opening by slits. Pollen cymbiform, monosulcate. Male cones stalked, ovoid. Megasporophylls: spirally orthostichous, aggregated into female cones. Sporophylls simple, with a dilated peltate apex or ... on the inner (axisfacing) surface of the thickened lamina and directed inwards ("inverted"). Female cones stalked but not elevated above soil surface, ovoid to globose; sporophylls ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

The Cycad Pages
... by slits. Pollen cymbiform, monosulcate. Megasporophylls: spirally orthostichous, aggregated into stalked or sessile female cones. Sporophylls simple, appearing peltate with a hexagonal, faceted dilated apex bearing two distinct, ... with a cream or white fleshy outer sarcotesta. Endosperm haploid, derived from the female gametophyte. Embryo straight; with 2 cotyledons that are usually united at the ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au
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Ginkgo.html
... the seeds of flowering plants, but are protected by cones, or by a fleshy seed coat. Ginkgo trees are dioecious; male and female cones are found on separate plants. (Most gymnosperms and flowering ...
scidiv.bcc.ctc.edu

Cycads
... cones but occur in a ring around the shoot apex. Most other cycads, however, have both male and female cones (see right). Pollination integument micropyle megasporangium archegoium female gametophyte Cycad cones ...
scitec.uwichill.edu.bb

Walchiostrobus (female cone)
Walchiostrobus (female cone) Back Walchiostrobus Length 4 cms This is the name of the female cones of Walchia-like conifers. These cones are composed of one or more 'dwarfshoots' bearing each a fertile scale with a ovule or seed. The cones are attached to the axis with a little stalk and they are more or less upright. Walchiostrobus Length 5 cms
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