Scanning Electron Micrograph of an Early Floral Developmental Stage of the Outcr
C. J. Runions Cornell University Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Ithaca New York USA
Clarkia, development, growth rate, heterchrony, outcrossing, progenesis, selfing, trait covariation, C. John Runions, Monica A.
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Scanning electron micrograph of an early floral developmental stage of the outcrossing subspecies of Clarkia xantania (Onagraceae). Sepals, which are covered by trichomes, have been partially removed and floral organs have been falsely colored: style and stigma, yellow; large anthers, blue; small anthers, purple; petals, red.
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