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The Passion Flower
... as passion flower. Enthralled with its beauty, that night he had a vision likening its floral parts to the elements of the Crucifixion or Passion of Christ. The five petals and five ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Corn
... 80,000 years old. Apparently, on teosinte, each individual kernel was covered by its own floral parts as are the kernels of oats and barley, and in consequence the cob readily broke ...
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Order Magnoliales
... Order Magnoliales Order Magnoliales Family Magnoliaceae (Magnolia) Order Magnoliales has perfect flowers, free floral parts, sepals and petals which are similar, numerous stamens and carpels, and a superior ovary. The ...
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Order Cactales
... Order Cactales Order Cactales Family Cactaceae (Cactus) Order Cactales has perfect flowers, free floral parts, except the carpels, inferior ovary, fruit is a berry. Credit: http://130.17.2.215/ ...
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Ranunculaeae Society
... the humble buttercup family. A simple buttercup, and yet the enormous variations based on its floral arrangement are staggering. Compare and contrast the flowers of Helleborus with those of Clematis montana ... . Jane talked so much about her hellebores, and raised some pertinent botanical questions about some floral parts, and that was it - I was hooked on them. I wanted to learn more about ...
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Growing Sunflowers, HYG-1228-92
... the major insect pest. The moth attacks at flowering time with the larvae feeding on floral parts and tunneling through developing seed. Aphids and whiteflies also can be a problem. Birds can ...
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AFRICAN VIOLET (SAINTPAULIA)
... is used, one may have to spray blossoms since the fungicide is not translocated to floral parts when the pot drench method is employed. Petiole Rot (Physiogenic): An orange to brown, rust ...
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Flax
... the six-spotted leafhopper. Infected plants are bright yellow with considerable distortion of foliage and floral parts. Flower parts turn green, forming a rosette-like growth instead of a boll. Seeds are shriveled ...
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LAB 5
... sure you can recognise these:- large, indefinite number of flower parts free parts (not fused) regular symmetry floral parts intergrade (sepals merge into petals; petals merge into stamens) ... (bisexual), as shown below;-. 5. Fusion of floral parts While free (unfused) floral parts are considered the simple condition, fused flower parts are considered advanced. In the Hibiscus family, ...
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Botrytis Gray Mold in Greenhouse Floral Crops HYG-3070-96
... Spot and/or Blight Leaf spot often appears when infected flower petals or other plant parts fall on the leaves. The pathogen can also invade damaged tissue on leaves that have ... to Ohio State University Extension Bulletin 538, Insect, Mite, and Disease Control on Commercial Greenhouse Floral and Foliage Crops.) This publication contains pesticide recommendations that are subject to change at any ...
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