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Slide set: [Fertilisation and pollination of plants] (lecture: James Hornell, at least 11 slides, n.d.)

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Slide 3275
Longl. sec. stigma of Eschscholtzia, showing pollen-tubes
Slide 3419
Flower of Macroplectrum sesquipedale to show the great length of the nectary spur
Slide 3456
Humming-birds and the fertilization of flowers
Slide 3457
The flowers of Marcgravia nepenthoides being fertilized by a Humming-bird
Slide 3459
Arrangements for reception of insects at the entrance to the flower
Slide 3464
Withdrawal and deposition of pollinia by insects in an Orchid (Epipactis)
Slide 3465
Anatomy of an Orchid flower
Slide 3494
Dioecious flowers of the Willow
Slide 3500
Male inflorescence of the Date-palm
Slide 3501
Male and female flowers of the Burr-reed
Slide 3506
Pollination of Vallisneria
Slide 3509
Honey Guides on the corollas of flowers

James Hornell, Channel Islands

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drawing / painting / print
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Date of first manufacture

The slides shown may or may not be parts of the same set, though their numbering and labelling style is consistent.

Lucerna ID  3007661

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 13 February 2019

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