Autofluorescent cell walls of the connective bases of three anthers of a thistle, Cirsium horridulum. The stamen filaments extending down from each connective base are not visible because they lack the autofluorescent component in their cell walls.
copyright: Thomas C. Pesacreta, BSA
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