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Anther Gallery

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Choose from 320 pictures in our Anther collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

False-colour SEM of chickweed flower Featured Print

False-colour SEM of chickweed flower

False-colour scanning electron micrograph of the reproductive structures of a flower of the chickweed, Stellaria media. The bulbous carpel, with the short-stalked female stigmas emerging from it, is at lower centre. Two of the long- stalked male anthers have closed in to contact the stigmas; a third remains separate at right, its tip covered with pollen. The droplets in the bottom right & left corners (blue) are nectar to attract pollinating insects. Chickweed is also self-pollinating. The round pollen grains on the stigmas show that this flower has been pollinated, probably by the anthers in contact with the stigmas. Magnification: x12 at 6x4.5cm size


Aconite Anther - with pollen Featured Print

Aconite Anther - with pollen

Aconite Anther - with pollen Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM): Magnification x 11150 (if print A4 size: 29.7 cm wide) - Aconites are attractive springtime garden flowers - They are insect pollinated and are quite poisonous to humans - The pollen grain has just been extruded from the anther

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Aconite, Aconites, Anther, Anthers, Close, Election, Electron, Flower, Flowers, Micro, Micrograph, Microscope, Microscopic, Photography, Pollen, Scanning, Sem, Yellow

Black coral vine (Kennedia nigricans) flowers, pollinated by honeyeaters (flowers Featured Print

Black coral vine (Kennedia nigricans) flowers, pollinated by honeyeaters (flowers

Black coral vine (Kennedia nigricans) flowers, pollinated by honeyeaters (flowers triggered by honeyeater, releasing the stamens, style and stigma), Western Australia Sequence 2 of 2


Angiosperm, Angiospermae, Anther, Anthers, Bean, Dicot, Dicotyledon, Fabaceae, Fabales, Flower, Flowering Plant, Kennedia, Kennedia Nigricans, Legume, Leguminosae, Magnoliopsida, Pea, Plain Background, Plant, Plantae, Pollination, Rosanae, Rosid, Seed Plant, Spermatophyte, Spermatophytina, Stamen, Stamens, Tracheophyta, Vascular Plant, White Background