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File:Manihot esculenta - Köhler–s Medizinal-Pflanzen-090.jpg

Deutsch: Maniok. A Blühender Zweig natürlicher Grösse. B fünfteiliges Blatt, verkleinert. 1 männliche Blüte im Längsschnitt 2/1; 2 weibliche Blüte im Längsschnitt 2/1; 3 Frucht natürlicher Grösse; 4 Same von innen; 5 Same von der Seite gesehen; Stärkekörner.
Latina: Manihot esculenta.
Русский: Маниок съедобный. A — цветущая ветвь; B — лист; 1 — мужской цветок в продольном разрезе; 2 — женский цветок в продольном разрезе; 3 — плод (коробочка); 4 — семя изнутри; 5 — семя, вид со стороны.
Date 1897
Source List of Koehler Images
Author Franz Eugen Köhler, Köhlers Medizinal-Pflanzen
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