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Name: sa Annerstrm
Status: student
Age: 40s
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Date: 4/29/2004


Question:
I want to understand what a fir-cone is made of, what tissues that build the hard parts (scales) around the seeds and what builds up the center of the cone.


Replies:
Possibly helpful:

http://www.hcs.ohio-state.edu/hcs300/gymno.htm

Tomlinson, P. B. and T. Takaso. 2002. Seed cone structure in conifers in relation to development and pollination: a biological approach. Canadian Journal of Botany 80: 1250-1273.

Anthony Brach, Ph.D



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