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Abies alba

Original book source: Prof. Dr. Otto Wilhelm Thomé Flora von Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz 1885, Gera, Germany

Permission granted to use under GFDL by Kurt Stueber


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Русский: Пихта белая. Обозначения: A — цветущая ветвь со множеством мужских шишек, женской шишкой и осью шишки; B — ветвь, несущая шишку, между большими семенными чешуями выступают кроющие чешуи; 1 — мужская шишка; 2a и 2b — пыльцевой мешок до и после вскрытия; 3 — кроющая чешуя женской шишки, вид снаружи; 4 — семенная чешуя с двумя молодыми семенами, выступающая из большей по размеру кроющей чешуи, показанной изнутри; 5 — зрелая семенная чешуя, перед ней находится узкая, с отогнутым верхним концом, кроющая чешуя; 6 — зрелая семенная чешуя с двумя семенами с крыльями, вид изнутри; 7 — семя с крылом; 8 — семя в разрезе (с частью крыла), виден зародыш в эндосперме.

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