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Louise Foucar's 1899 Histology

mages from Louise Foucar's Histology. Page numbers refer to the page the sketch appears in Louise Foucar's Histology. Click any image to retrieve a larger version. Articles from Wikipedia are provided, when available, for more information.

equisetum laevigatum is a fern that is native to California and is also found elsewhere in North America and beyond
Sketch page 60: Equisetum laevigatum is a fern that is native to California and is also found elsewhere in North America and beyond


Sketch page 60: Ptunia is a, trumpet shaped, widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American origin, in the family Solanaceae [Wikipedia article]; cruciferae, also known as the crucifers, the mustard family or cabbage [Wikipedia article]

allium cepa is also known as the 'garden onion' or 'bulb' onion and 'shallot'
Sketch page61: Allium cepa is also known as the 'garden onion' or 'bulb' onion and 'shallot'. [Wikipedia article]

hymenomycetes are a class of fungi within the phylum basidiomycota
Sketch page 62: Hymenomycetes are a class of fungi within the phylum basidiomycota [Wikipedia article]

pollen tube acts as a conduit to transport sperm cells from the pollen grain, which has landed on the stigma, to the ovules at the base of the pistil.
Sketch page 62: Pollen tube acts as a conduit to transport sperm cells from the pollen grain, which has landed on the stigma, to the ovules at the base of the pistil. [Wikipedia article]

development of embryo in cruciferae gordonii
Sketch page 64: Development of embryo in cruciferae gordonii

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