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					Figure 38.0 Agave (century plant)
Figure 38.1 Simplified overview of angiosperm life cycle
Figure 38.2 Review of an idealized flower
Figure 38.3a Trillium
Figure 38.3ax1 Lily
Figure 38.3a Trillium
Figure 38.3ax1 Lily
Figure 38.3ax2 Lily
Figure 38.3b Lupines
Figure 38.3bx1 Foxglove
Figure 38.3bx2 Broom
Figure 38.3c1 Sunflower
Figure 38.3c2 Pyrethrum, a composite flower
Figure 38.3d1 Pollination modes
Figure 38.3d2 Aloe
Figure 38.3e Maize, a monoecious species
Figure 38.3ex Begonia, a monoecious species
Figure 38.3f Sagittaria: staminate flowers (left), carpellate flowers (right)
Figure 38.4 The development of angiosperm gametophytes (pollen and embryo
                                  sacs)
Figure 38.5 Pollen grains have tough, ornate, and distinctive walls
Figure 38.6 “Pin” and “thrum” flower types reduce self-fertilization
Figure 38.7 Genetic basis of self-incompatibility
Figure 38.8 A possible mechanism of sporophytic self-incompatibility (Layer 1)
Figure 38.8 A possible mechanism of sporophytic self-incompatibility (Layer 2)
Figure 38.8 A possible mechanism of sporophytic self-incompatibility (Layer 3)
Figure 38.9 Growth of the pollen tube and double fertilization
Figure 38.10 The development of a dicot plant embryo
Figure 38.11 Seed structure
Figure 38.12 Development of a pea fruit (pod)
Figure 38.13 Mobilization of nutrients during the germination of a barley seed
Figure 38.14 Seed germination
Figure 38.15 Natural mechanisms of vegetative reproductions: Kalanchoe (left),
                           aspen groves (right)
Figure 38.16 Test-tube cloning of carrots
Figure 38.17 A DNA gun
Figure 38.18 Protoplasts
Figure 38.19 A product of artificial selection: Teosinte (left), maize (right)
Figure 38.20 Genetically engineered papaya

				
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