Dicotyledonous Morphology

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“Morphology of a typical dicotyledonous plant. A, leaf, pinnately-netted veined; B, portion of stem, showing concentric layers of wood; C, ground-plan of flower (the parts in 5’s); D, perspective of flower; E, longitudinal section of seed, showing dicotyledonous embryo.” -Gager, 1916


C. Stuart Gager Fundamentals of Botany (Philadelphia, PA: P. Blakiston, )


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