Apricot flower stamens, SEM
Apricot flower stamens. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the many stamens of an apricot (Prunus armeniaca) flower. A stamen, the male reproductive organ, consists of a filament (green) with an anther (red) at its tip. Anthers release pollen (male sex cells). Magnification unknown.
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Apricot trees in blossom, flowering apricot trees -Prunus armeniaca-, Aggstein castle ruin at the back, Wachau valley, Lower Austria, Austria, Europe
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Ripe fruit and leaves of the Moorpark Apricot
Ripe fruit and leaves of the Moorpark Apricot, Prunus armeniaca. . Handcolored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by F.W. Smith from Charles McIntosh's Flora and Pomona 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
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