The South African what Flower is That?

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Struik, 2000 - Botany - 368 pages
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This reference work is packed with photographs that help both novice and experienced gardeners with easy identification of more than 1500 species of flowers contained within its pages.

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Hierdie is 'n wonderlike boek, maar ek is DRINGEND op soek na die Afrikaanse weergawe. Dit blyk uit druk te wees, maar kan IEMAND dit tog asb. herdruk? Ons land is wŕreldwyd bekend vir ons pragtige veldblomme. Die Akrikaanse name is min of meer net so mooi soos die blomme.

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Page 356 - Node (L. nodus, a knot), slightly enlarged portion of the stem where leaves and buds arise, and where branches originate.
Page 356 - Pedicel: The stalk of a single flower in an inflorescence Peduncle: The stalk of a...
Page 355 - Biennial: A plant that requires two years to complete its life cycle. Flowering is normally delayed until the second year.
Page 355 - Bordered pit, a pit in tracheid or other cell of secondary xylem having a distinct rim of the cell wall overarching the pit membrane. Botany (Gr. botane, plant, herb), the science dealing with plant life. Bract (L.
Page 356 - Incomplete flower, a flower lacking one or more of the four kinds of flower parts.
Page 356 - Regular flower, a flower in which the corolla is made up of similarly shaped petals equally spaced and radiating from the center of the flower; star-shaped flower; actinomorphic flower.
Page 356 - Mutation (L. mature, to change), a sudden, heritable change appearing in an individual as the result of a change in genes or chromosomes.
Page 355 - Growing at different levels Annual: A plant that completes its life cycle within one year and then dies Anther: Pollen-bearing portion of...

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