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Re: ovule

-----Original Message-----
From: Claire Piette <claire.Piette@rug.ac.be>
To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
Date: Saturday, January 29, 2000 10:31 PM
Subject: ovule

Dear Claire,
There are great illustrations of all you need on Page 108 of 'The Genera of
Araceae' by S J Mayo, J Bogner and P C Boyce,  ISBN  I  900347  22  9
You will see that there are divisions on the spadix, and every one of these
'divisions' (which is an immature fruit called a gynoecium) contains two
chambers which are locules, and each locule contains one ovule.   Hope this
is of help.



>I'm looking for the egg cell of Spathiphyllum, but for some unknown
reason it can't find it.
Is there someone who has experience with ovules of Araceae? Or, where
can I find information?

Claire Piette

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