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Deutsch: Teestrauch. A blühender Zweig, natürl. Grösse; 1 Blüthe im Längsschnitt, vergrössert; 2 Staubgefäss, desgl.; 3 Fruchtknoten im Querschnitt, desgl.; 4 Stempel mit Kelch, desgl.; 5 u. 6 reife Frucht von verschiedenen Seiten, mit Samen, natürl. Grösse; 7 Same mit Bindrücken der verkümmerten Samenknospen, desgl.; 8 derselbe zerschnitten, desgl.; 9 Embryo, desgl.
Latina: Camellia sinensis.
Русский: Чай. A — цветущая ветвь; 1 — цветок в продольном разрезе; 2 — тычинка; 3 — завязь в поперечном разрезе; 4 — пестик с чашечкой; 5 и 6 — спелый плод (коробочка) с разных сторон, с семенами; 7 — семя с остатками завязи; 8 — то же в разрезе; 9 — зародыш.
Date 1897
Source List of Koehler Images
Author Franz Eugen Köhler, Köhler's Medizinal-Pflanzen
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